The Lovers Tries to Meet

Here is a dialoge from  ”Where´s the Book?” made in 2014.
Flavio and Doralice are coming on the stage and trying to meet each other. I guess you can see this as much as an example of a short scene as of a lazzo.

Fla:             Oh Doralice. Come here.

Dor:           But I am here. I’ll go over there instead.

Fla:             Then I go there too. They change places

Dor:           But why did you go there? Now you are over there.

Fla:             No, I am here.

Dor:           You are there and I am here.

Fla:             Where?

Dor:           Here!

Fla:             Where I am?

Dor:           No, you are over there.

Fla:             But that is where you are.

Dor:           Now I will go over there where you are. Goes Look! You are here and I am there.

Fla:             Yes! Then I’ll go there to. Goes looking for her Doralice!

Dor:           Now you are there.

Fla:             Aha!

Dor:           Then I will go over there.

Fla:             Then I will go over here.

They go

Dor:           But now you are there.

Fla:             No, I am here.

Dor:           But you went there.

Fla:             No I went here. You went there.

Dor:           But I am here.

Fla:             That doesn’t work.

Dor:           And why not?

Fla:             Occupied!

Dor:           No, look here… Hon goes to him

Fla:             I am comming! He goes to here Made it!

Dor:           But now you are here.

Fla:             No, for I am there.

Dor:           I’ll go now!

Fla:             So do I!

They go, but bump into each other and start singing

See also:
VAR ÄR BOKEN? (WHERE’S THE BOOK?)
3 REASONS MASK DOESN’T USE PSYCOLOGY
STAGE ACROBATICS

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