Camp by Frank Joseph
Hey, I'm thinking about doing a M/M DUO and i want it to be as hilarious as possible! i was looking into Camp by Frank Joseph, this year we did Everyone's Gonna Die. (AMAZING PIECE) im 6'1, 245 lbs, hes 5'9, really skinny. is this a good piece? if not, please tell me your funniest M/M DUO piece you can find. thank you!
Last edited by Brendan Scheidt; 06-21-2012 at 04:29 PM.
Camp is a piece that was designed for forensics and has been done well a lot, it's very funny but one complaint I've heard from a lot of people is that there is no real meaning behind it, it is just joke after joke.
Originally Posted by Brendan Scheidt
PS:I'm glad to hear you're so physically fit.
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Hey! I actually wrote this piece, and I must agree with the previous poster. It was my first dip into writing anything (I'm now majoring in Screenwriting...thank you forensics!) and it really is joke after joke. Lots of characters you can do unique things with, but in Duo especially you may get knocked when judging it against pieces that go a bit deeper. I performed it as a Duo for a while, and there's some fun blocking and stuff you can do, but I actually found more success with it when I tried it out as a Humor piece.
Not to just plug my own pieces, but also look into Operation Saving Time. It's doesn't have THAT much more depth, but it does follow more of a storyline. My partner and I saw success with it in High School locally and nationally, and I know of someone who made Semifinals at Nats with it two years ago.