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However, if we want our dialogue to move like an athlete, then we must train like an athlete. Each lesson approaches a particular aspect of dialogue such as status, voice, focus and so on and then explains that aspect of the craft with a short lesson and a few examples until we move quickly on to the exercises.
Great dialogue is one those things that marks a professional from an amateur. Done right it can attract the best actors and directors and in the right hands will fill pubs and clubs the world over with quotable one-liners. Penny Penniston is a Chicago playwright and screenwriter.
She has taught dramatic writing at Northwestern University and guest lectured on screenwriting at DePaul University.
The dialogue scene you're struggling with? Take the page, crumple it into a paper ball and throw it into the trash can across the room. If you can make the shot, then you instinctively understand everything you need to know in order to write subtext. Making the shot requires an unconscious set of calculations.