'To be, or not to be, that is the question.'
'Keep breathing, or snuff it. Some choice.'
'Ongoing existence or a negative life format is the query factor.'
A character's dialogue defines who they are, or who they wish they were. Comedy dialogue doesn't have to be non-stop gags, but it should always sparkle and amuse. A producer spotting good dialogue on page one of your script will be eager to read page two. If the dialogue is still sparkling by page ten it will make your script rarer than most. And if it's still sparkling by the final page the producer should be weeping with gratitude and suggesting, at the very least, a meeting.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DRAMA AND COMEDY
Drama should have interesting characters, an unpredictable plot, increasing tension, and a satisfying end.
Comedy should have interesting characters, an unpredictable plot, increasing tension, and a satisfying end.
And be funny.
I've also written stage plays and a novel. Check out the varied examples of my writing on this site, and then decide whether you think my input into your script will be worthwhile.
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