Inner Dialogue

It’s your typical first date for John and Kyle, but instead of hearing what they say, the audience hears everything that John and Kyle think. It’s a study of how two people can be both inches away and miles apart.
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Inner Dialogue

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  • Steven G. Martin:
    9 Sep. 2020
    Kirk Shimano builds tension for characters and audience in this romantic comedy. As I read, I became frustrated with the characters and wanted them to break through, and they didn't ... and they didn't ... until they did. And it was satisfying. Then the romantic part caught up with the comedic. Lovely.
  • Emma Goldman-Sherman:
    25 Nov. 2019
    Proving the grass is always greener, this play puts the thoughts on top. I like the way it makes you want to know what is happening on the surface. It would be a blast to direct. I always like playwrights who do the unexpected, and Inner Dialogue is a fun way to play with the short form!
  • Rachel Bublitz:
    25 Nov. 2019
    An endearing, cringe-worthy, and super funny short play. This would be such a blast for directors and actors to dig into, I love the idea of inner monologue as communication. Would make a fantastic addition to a night of ten-minute plays.