...dramatic duo

This style of acting, known as a “Dramatic Duo” (a form of Dramatic Interpretation) builds on the offstage focus skills you’ve learned with “Dramatic Interpretation” (DI) but instead uses TWO actors who work together to perform a scene/cutting while portraying characters with off-stage focus.  Each actor can portray one or more characters, or even objects, setting, or transitions.

Any piece of written literature can be used for dramatic duo - a play, a musical, a children’s book, a novel, etc.  As always, the cutting is just as important to the success of the piece as the actors.  Be sure to choose wisely.