How to read an audience

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  1. This is such a wonderful reflection on how it feels to be an audience member in a really vocally engaged audience. Remember the silent, austere attitude of contemporary theatre audiences is a far cry to the motley crowds of the Renaissance. Sometimes quiet contemplation is good – you need to be able to hear the words in a scripted performance. But it’s one of the reasons I loved working in circus – the audience’s are often completely different.

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