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By Toni Bull Bua

(ACTING SCENES FOR 1 guy, 1 girl)
Bua appearing for all times has replaced the path
of millions, of their art…and of their lives.
Over the thirty years of training, Toni Bull Bua
has produced and directed many award-winning musicals, gains, and 7 hundred scripts for the impressive actors within the AFL periods. here's a selection of these scenes for others to take pleasure in - dramas, comedies, dramadies - all with underlying depths for the artist to discover.

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