WILSON – ONE ACT DUOLOGUE
In this one act duologue for 1M and 1F, a man and a woman meet in an art gallery. Both teach at the same school and both share a common enemy, the new teacher, ‘Wilson.’ As they converse about the painting, the conversation turns to how much they both dislike Wilson. The conversation takes a sinister but erotically charged turn as they talk about what they’d like to do to him and another teacher at the school.
An interesting piece that can be played as either a straight slightly eerie drama, or as a dark comedy, depending on the director’s discretion. This one act duologue is one of the plays from the award winning ‘Ugly Art’ series of short one act plays.
… was one of 10 plays selected for the 1999 Vortex Theatre Ten-Minute Play Festival, Albuquerque, NM.
… was one of 4 plays selected for the 1999 Living Art Play Festival, Charlotte, NC.
… was selected for the 1999 Theatre Charlotte (Charlotte, NC) One-Act Series.
Author: Terry Roeche
Type: One act duologue
Genre: Drama or comedy
Cast: 1M 1F
Ages of the actors: Both older in their fifties
Suitable for: PG 12 – suggestion of violence
Length: 15-20 minutes
Set: Blank stage or a single red painting on the stage.
Level of difficulty: 7/10 – depending on discretion can be played as either dark comedy or drama
Cost is $6 for this previously staged play
Copyright © June 2015 Terry Roeche and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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