“What’s not said onstage or onscreen has power and resonance, as much as what is actually uttered. Audiences respond and relate to this ‘silence’ so much as we are all creatures and observers of protocol: what’s right, what’s correct, what’s appropriate and what is not, what is allowed to be said and uttered and what is indeed not.

Focus on what’s not said in a scene – the secrets hiding in the shadows – and then feel the traction between the characters thicken as the relationship and atmosphere deepens.”

Dean Carey

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