Two-hander

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A two-hander is a term for a play, film, or television programme with only two main characters.[1] The two characters in question often display differences in social standing or experiences, differences that are explored and possibly overcome as the story unfolds.[2][3]

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Theatre[edit]

Film[edit]

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Radio[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Slanguage Dictionary Results - Two-hander". Variety. Retrieved 2008-06-19. 
  2. ^ Wolcott, James (6 September 2010). "Crouching Duck, Hidden Draper: Mad Men Season 4, Episode 7". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  3. ^ a b Caption for still from William Gibson’s play “Two for the Seesaw.” Photo credit Arthur Cantor; from "Looking Back at Arthur Penn" slide show; The New York Times, September 30, 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-04.
  4. ^ "A Walk in the Woods". Playbill. 1988. 
  5. ^ Stasio, Marilyn (30 September 2009). "Vigil". 
  6. ^ Gardner, Lyn (20 October 2009). "It Felt Empty When the Heart Went at First But It Is Alright Now - Theatre review". the Guardian. 
  7. ^ "it felt empty when the heart went at first but it is alright now - Drama Online". www.dramaonlinelibrary.com. 
  8. ^ "Lucy Kirkwood interview: 'I worry a lot about the things I write'". 
  9. ^ "What's On: Between the Sheets", Nightwood Theatre
  10. ^ "Dramatists Play Service, Inc". www.dramatists.com. 
  11. ^ "Hollywood liberalism at its lamest: "Money Monster," George Clooney and Jodie Foster's fina..." 12 May 2016.