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Performer and audience an investigation into the psychological causes of anxiety and nervousness in playing, singing orspeaking before an audience. by James Ching

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Published by Hall in Oxford .
Written in English


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The centerpiece of this provocative book is an examination of performer intentions and audience response at eight dance performances in Washington, D.C. Part of the Smithsonian Institution Division of Performing Arts Dance Series, these concerts featured a variety of dance genres and cultures: American tap dance, Kathakali dance-drama from Kerala, India, . The Performer-Audience Conncetion Emotion to Metaphor in Dance and Society. Austin: University of Texas, “thoroughly original, sound, and stimulating. Judith Lynne Hanna has successfully established the nexus between dancer, dance, and audience, and to my knowledge this is the first time that has been achieved. The Performer-Audience Connection: Emotion to Metaphor in Dance and Society Judith Lynne Hanna University of Texas Press, Nov 1, - Performing Arts - pages. Livingston Taylor has enormous experience as a musician/performer and he has put together the learnings from his experiences into the book. He covers several important areas of stage performance - viewing the the audience as an ally, being aware and friendly, tackling difficult audience situations, your body language effectively on stage etc/5(59).

This insightful book describes how an audience performs through its myriad gestural, vocal and paralingual actions, and considers the following questions: If the audience are performers, who are their audiences? How have audiences’ roles changed throughout history? How do talkbacks and technology influence the audience’s role as critics?Cited by: 8.   Audience as Performer: The Changing Role of Theatre Audiences in the Twenty-First Century by Caroline Heim offers an in depth depiction of how the call and response of live productions is changing the culture of : Vernita Naylor. Because audience performance was constricted1 and subdued by lighting and etiquette constraints, from around until the Second World War, audience ensembles explored novel ways to perform. Audiences changed from being loud, extroverted and demonstrative performers to playing the role of audience consumer. Theatrical Presentation: Performer, Audience and Act and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Theatrical Presentation: Performer, Audience and Act - AbeBooks.