• Laurie Swigart

OPEN SCENES

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The two lines in each scene are to be repeated over and over again in a predetermined situation, i.e., for scene one, character A is stuck

underneath a fallen tree, and character B is not strong enough to lift the tree.


One

A: Help me.

B: I can’t.


Two

A: I’m sorry.

B: It’s all your fault.


Three

A: Stop it.

B: Make me.


Four

A: What are you doing?

B: What does it look like?


Five

A: It’s time to go.

B: Not yet.


Six

A: I need you.

B: Just a minute.


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