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Ken Friedman

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5.0 out of 5 stars 35 For Two - MORE! MORE! 25 Jan 2009
By Carol McMahon - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
"35 For Two" is a collection of original comedy dialogues by Ken Friedman (author of the popular play "Claptrap.") Friedman writes for (and about) actresses and actors, scenes used in auditions and also in performance. I am not an actor or actress, but merely an avid Ken Friedman fan. I purchased "35 For Two" because the humor in Friedman's writing surpasses any other comedic writing I have ever seen. Friedman is a comedic genius and, I feel, in a class by himself. My reaction to "35 For Two" is "MORE! MORE!"
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not Suitable for my students OR me! 31 Mar 2007
By M. Ellison - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I returned this book to amazon after receiving it. I didn't even mind that I had to pay the shipping back! It was THAT awful of a product! It had been recommended as possibly something good for young students, but please don't listen to recommendations like that! For college students, maybe. But not for adolescents! It is entirely inappropriate for teens or preteens. There is even a scene with Barbie and Ken where they argue about his inability to "perform." 'Nough said.
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