Duologues for All Accents and Ages
This collection of forty-five duologues is selected from a range of plays, from Elizabethan to contemporary. Jean Marlow and Eamonn Jones, both experienced teachers and working actors, have chosen duologues which vary in style, offer a range of emotions and include parts for a variety of accents and ages.
Much helpful advice is given in the book by contributors such as Tom Stoppard, April De Angelis, Don Taylor and representatives from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Guildhall School of Music and Drama - both use duologues in their external exams - and The Actors' Centre.
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A&C Black ALGERNON ALICE AMINA ANDREW April de Angelis ARTHUR Athol Fugard AUNT Ben Travers BENNETT BODGER CASSIE CÉCILE CHERRY oweN CHEVELEY Christopher Hampton CHRISTY Claridges CLAUDIO COCKLEBURY-SMYTHE CONSTANZE Coq d'Or Crockford's CUDDY D'ARCY dead dear DEREK DOPPLER DOREEN DoRINDA DoRIS duologues Eliot ElizaBETH FARLEY Faustus FLORA FREDDY GERALD girl HELGA husband ISABELLA J.B. Priestley JACK Jack Rosenthal John John Godber JUDD KEITH LADY CHILTERN laugh LESLEY LINDIWE London Act look LORD GORING LUCY MADDIE MAGRIT MARC married MARY MOONEY MEPHASTOPHILIS MERCY MERTEUIL Milo MILORD MIRANDA MORRIS MOZART never PAULA Pause PEGEEN Peter Shaffer Playhouse Creatures PROCTOR Published by A&C RACHEL Royal Court Theatre RUBY scene SERPENT Sir Lucius sits sorry STEVIE STONE SULLEN talking tell Theatre thee there's thing thou Tom Stoppard UPRIGHT UPSIDE VIVIAN What's Willie woman YASMIN Yvan ZACHARIAH