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It's the beginning of September. 30-year-old Cassandra Philip has just lost her mother. The secret she uncovers shortly after the funeral resurrects the ghosts of the past, while threatening the present and shattering her pre-conceived notions of what the future is supposed to hold...

"In the Silence of Words" is not just a story of loss. It also questions the validity of personal sacrifice in a world that seeks to preserve the status quo over the needs of the soul.

"You know a play is well written when you can see the performance in your mind just from the dialogue. Cendrine Marrouat accomplishes this with In the Silence of Words, a three act play. This story is very moving with the loss of Cassandra’s mother and the resulting questions about self sacrifice. It’s almost a mystery as we pick through the past, but the heart of the play is a moral and emotional tug of war. I don’t want to give too much away, but it’s a beautiful read, especially if you love the theatre!" - Joshua Grant

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