Monologues are en vogue in lockdown but beware – the genius is in the subtext
A play with just one actor means social distancing restrictions are not a problem and a writer might imagine that all you need for a monologue is to put someone and a life story on stage. But without subtext, there’s only exposition, the enemy of drama.
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