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Resource: 50 relationship requests

Sometimes, when your students do a theatrical assignment or an impromptu scene, they will need a prompt to help them choose what kind of relationship their characters will have. Many students, when told to create characters with a “relationship”, believe that they need to write or make a romantic partner, which can be awkward or embarrassing. But don’t be afraid! Below is a list of gender-neutral platonic relationships from which your students can choose:

  1. Teacher and student
  2. Teacher and student
  3. Teacher and principal
  4. Student and guidance counselor
  5. Student and school bus driver
  6. Student and librarian
  7. Hairstylist and client
  8. Makeup artist and client
  9. Celebrity and assistant
  10. Celebrity and fan
  11. Back-up singer and dancer
  12. Actor and director
  13. Director and stage manager
  14. Director and producer
  15. Director and designer (costumes, lights, etc.)
  16. Model and photographer
  17. Athlete and coach
  18. Chef and server
  19. Server and restaurant owner
  20. Flight attendant and pilot
  21. Airliner and passenger
  22. Reporter and interviewee
  23. Magician and assistant
  24. Child and babysitter
  25. Employee and store customer
  26. Doctor and nurse
  27. Doctor and patient
  28. Nurse and patient
  29. Call center employee and client
  30. Technical and customer support
  31. Housekeeper and cook
  32. Two employees at the same store
  33. Roller coaster operator and guest
  34. Hotel manager and guest
  35. Landlord and tenant
  36. Superhero and villain
  37. Superhero and accompaniment
  38. Superhero and rescued person
  39. Royal and peasant
  40. Royal and bodyguard
  41. Vegetarian and meat eater
  42. Psychic environment and ghost
  43. Writer and director
  44. Ventriloquist and puppet
  45. Pirate captain and ship’s officer
  46. Pirate captain and prime minister
  47. Author and illustrator
  48. Penpals
  49. New car instructor and driver
  50. Merchant and apprentice

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Kerry Hishon is a director, actor, writer and stage fighter from London, Ontario, Canada. She blogs at www.kerryhishon.com.

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