two-hander


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two-hander

(ˌtuːˈhændə)
n
(Theatre) a play for two actors
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Last together as the Queen and Prince Philip in The Crown, Claire Foy and Matt Smith play a modern couple struggling over plunging into parenthood in a stunning two-hander.
It's a stunning two-hander from writer/ director Duncan Macmillan.
This is a two-hander and so the need to engage the audience from the off is imperative.
THE BOOK OF SCIENCE AND ANTIQUITIES by Thomas Keneally, Sceptre, PS20 (ebook PS9.99) HHHH H THIS is a fascinating two-hander told from the perspectives of two ageing men separated by 40,000 years.
Tapping into an irritation that we are all familiar with, Lee Mack and Sally Bretton play out this two-hander set almost entirely on a sofa in front of the television.
It's a two-hander star vehicle for Kaling and Priyanka Chopra that takes place in America and India."
It was the first soap attempt at a two-hander and it set the scene for Christmas Day.
Jamaican-American Richard and Irish-American Sheryl open up to an unseen interviewer about their relationship, their inner demons and their efforts to start a family in the two-hander "Don't Smoke in Bed" by Aurin Squire.
Meralco created space in the third going on a 13-6 run across the middle quarters with Arinze Onuaku's two-hander giving the Bolts a 54-45 lead.
EASTENDERS BBC1 HOT on the heels of the three-hander involving Whitney, Mick and Linda comes a two-hander episode focusing on Jay and Phil.
The 1997 two-hander Donnie Brasco, starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp, remains the ultimate undercover mob movie but The Infiltrator isn't far behind.
Coburn, this two-hander really is a slip of a thing, elevated to dramatic art by captivating Broadway performances from two of the most enchanting actors you'd ever hope to see on the same stage.