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KalTorakWay up inside your butthole, Morty.WAAAAY up inside there.Registered Userregular
I'm in a stage combat class and for the second half of the semester we have to prepare a scene with a fight in it. I've been trying to find some suitable scenes but none of the plays and few of the movies I'm familiar with have suitable scenes (we can do scenes from plays or films). Ideally there's some kind of build-up through dialogue that either results in a fight between two male characters or could conceivably result in a fight, even if the original script didn't call for one. We're allowed to tweak it a bit, like if there are weapons involved (we're doing unarmed only) or extra characters that aren't important to the scene. Can anyone think of a good scene that might meet these guidelines? Obscure is better; Darth Vader vs Luke is a bit hard to pull off.