two-hander

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two-hander

(ˌtuːˈhændə)
n
(Theatre) a play for two actors
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The second of the three two-handers, however, was real comedy gold as salesman Dave Moss (Denis Conway) tries to con his colleague George Aaronow (Wil Johnson) into robbing their workplace to steal leads and sell them to a rival company.
The TV shows were mostly two-handers but here an unnamed woman (Kirsty Woodward) performs a series of roles becoming the flesh and blood manifestation of all the hopes and dreams of a father and son trapped in a womanless world.
The committee has consistently taken a public position, restated in a letter to Welsh general practices following the article, that half-day closing was really only explainable within the current five-day 8am-6.30pm contract (52.5 hours), for single-handed practices or two-handers when annual leave/sickness was taken.
The Flea plays are two-handers, but "the next play I write will have a third person coming in," Rosenblatt vows.
And also because the writers finally realised it was about time they re-established some characters with simple, yet eminently watchable two-handers from Dot and Pat and Jane and Sonia.