I come from a family where music, art, writing, and acting are the norm.
In acting classes, there is a need for a lot of dialogs: a short two-person play.
I often have ideas for a dialog.
So, I put them here.
Feel free to take these dialogs and use them for your own acting practice.
My goal is to have dialogs that require no costumes or props.
- I Scream
- I wrote this with my daughter. It is a take on Monty Python's cheese sketch that is more relatable for the average person. A cusomter wants an ice cream cone. It should be simple to order one, right?
- Essential Amenities
- This is a take on the classic Shelley Berman's "A Hotel is a Funny Place." A guest doesn't want those miniature bottles of shampoo and conditioner. A simple request, right?
- This is a slight exagerration of my experience trying to get the thermostat in my car fixed.
- Big Jump
- If you've ever worked in sales, you've had to help that one customer who just can't make a decision.