Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 04:10 am
1 st Post
This is a thread for the first line of dialog from the most recent play you've written. Please resist the urge to add more than one line. A line of dialog ends with the first bit of punctuation indicating a stop -- like a period, exclaimation mark, or question mark. Please resist adding more than one line.
Give the --
CHARACTER NAME: First line of dialog.
Title of play
I'll start in the next block...
Last edited on Tue Mar 17th, 2009 03:07 pm by katoagogo
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 04:11 am
2 nd Post
CAROL: I don’t know what it was that came over me.
Nana J's Wishbook
Last edited on Tue Mar 17th, 2009 04:12 am by katoagogo
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 12:14 pm
3 rd Post
NARRATOR: Well dear friend, there is only one thing more to do. One great question left to be answered. That question is...when i tune you out, in a few moments time...when our interesting little journey comes to its natural end...who will really cease to exist...the me in your world or the you in mine...?
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 12:24 pm
4 th Post
It could be a seminar in how not to be a writer. Oh, I have to get Milo’s dinner.
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 12:54 pm
5 th Post
Face-to-face…face-to-face…yes, Daryl, face-to-face wins the race.
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 02:41 pm
6 th Post
THE BANK OF ENGLAND: (LOOKING UP AT LIGHTS):
Where were we?
Our next meeting?
A Scottish Play
(An updated Macbeth)
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 03:46 pm
7 th Post
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 05:16 pm
8 th Post
Hilma did you hear that?
Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2009 05:42 pm
9 th Post
TEEBEAR (vocalizing his text message): Why...no pic...on your...Facespace...page, Foxygal?
Posted: Wed Mar 18th, 2009 05:35 am
10 th Post
Oh, Roman, they're all so beautiful!
DIAMONDS AREN'T FOREVER
Posted: Wed Mar 18th, 2009 10:35 am
11 th Post
LUCY: Margo! Margo!
Comedy. Panic in the Basement
Last edited on Wed Mar 18th, 2009 10:41 am by Thomas
Posted: Wed Mar 18th, 2009 02:13 pm
12 th Post
Posted: Wed Mar 18th, 2009 11:15 pm
13 th Post
JUSTIN: Penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar. Penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar.
Title: The Corner of Change and Notice
Last edited on Wed Mar 18th, 2009 11:16 pm by Thomas
Posted: Fri Mar 20th, 2009 05:16 pm
14 th Post
Cordelia: (Southern accent) Oh, Papa! I see it! I well and truly see it!
"The Tom Play"
Posted: Fri Mar 20th, 2009 05:58 pm
15 th Post
MADDY: Hello there.
The Beginners Guide to Murdering Your Husband.
Posted: Sat Mar 21st, 2009 04:14 am
16 th Post
Michael: Oops. Sorry mate. Didn’t see you standing there. (George says nothing.) Er…I presume you are a ‘mate’ and not a ‘matess’?
Posted: Sat Mar 21st, 2009 08:03 pm
17 th Post
I have not always been as you see me now. Once I wore peasant garb much like this, but filled it out better with the full human complement of limbs.
(most recent full length play.)
So knie mir izitska 'funnyman' me niemze topna?
Please May I Live?
(Most recent one act/ten minute play I've written. The line, which an interpreter immediately translates, is Englished as:
Have you heard the one about the standup comedian whose career was a joke?)
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