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Urban Love Trysts

by kennyp 

Posted: 02 June 2004
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Summary: A writing excercise in Emilia di Girolamo's writing for performace class. A scene with a couple of people washing dishes and one character has confession to make but where the confession is never actually revealed.

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Anna Reynolds at 18:25 on 21 August 2004  Report this post
Kenny, just found this scene- you've really got a nice way with characters and their sometimes uncomfortable friendships and semi-betrayals. I did guess from the start almost that he was trying to feel out how big a deal it would be if he revealed his feelings for the ex-girlfriend- surely the other guy would have sussed where he was going with this? or is that your intention, that they're both feeling their way a bit? I'd almost like to see the next scene further on from this, now, where he starts to realise what's happening. I liked the way the moral dilemma was conveyed by talking about the other guy who's seeing the other ex.

kennyp at 20:50 on 22 August 2004  Report this post
Hi Anna

Thanks for reading and commenting on the piece. Guys talking about their relationship with women is always a bit of a muddled terrain and we'd rather talk about it indirecty which I tried to do in the piece.

CheekyGrin at 13:18 on 08 November 2004  Report this post
I think it captures the sort of informal mood rather well that exists when two friends engage in idle chat (even though one has an motive. I found it interesting.

kennyp at 20:31 on 08 November 2004  Report this post
Hi cheekygrin

Thanks for reading and commenting on the piece. The piece was orginally written as an exercise for a writing for performance class


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