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Hi, I recently wrote a play and was told that my dialogue was too "expositional" - what does this mean?
It probably means that you're presenting the plot and themes, etc. far too obviously in your dialogue.
"Ah, Freddy, here you are, come to visit me for the long weekend with four of your young friends, to celebrate my 80th birthday in this ancient castle, thought to be haunted."
"Yes, Uncle Alfonse. Who knows what the outcome might be, especially between Alice and Mary, who are in a love triangle with Mark. Still, I suppose it will be safe with Lurch, the butler, who is known to keep a very attentive eye on guests."