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The audience Review Vol. 2, No. 2 By World Audience
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The audience Review features reviews of literature, poetry, movies, and plays on Broadway, Off-Broadway, off-off Broadway, and regional theater, as well as author interviews and essays. ISSN 1936-1785
The audience Review Vol. 2, No. 2 By World Audience
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The audience Review features reviews of literature, poetry, movies, and plays on Broadway, Off-Broadway, off-off Broadway, and regional theater, as well as author interviews and essays. ISSN 1936-1785
ARCHITECTURE FOR AUDIENCE By Santhoshini Rajkumar
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Design Research on Architecture for Audience for the Master of Arts in Architecture Program at Florida International University.
The Illusion of the Audience By Matthew Stock
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The audience's experience of a work of art is, in the most part, dependent on what they bring with them and what they understand about the work. There are, however other factors to consider, for... More > instance, the artist's intentions and how the work has been hung or positioned within the physicality of the museum or gallery. Together these all function as deciphers towards this experience and ultimately some kind of understanding. There exists a distance between the work and the viewer and within this distance the interpretation of the work exists. This distance allows for thought, procrastination, misunderstanding and perhaps hope. Recently though this critical space has begun to be questioned, its boundaries are now being blurred, and it's not just the artists that are instituting this change, I believe the viewers are becoming equally complicit. What has caused this preoccupation with the viewer, the work of art and the space? I believe that it has to do with the term participation.< Less
The Illusion of the Audience By Matthew Stock
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The audience's experience of a work of art is, in the most part, dependent on what they bring with them and what they understand about the work. There are, however other factors to consider, for... More > instance, the artist's intentions and how the work has been hung or positioned within the physicality of the museum or gallery. Together these all function as deciphers towards this experience and ultimately some kind of understanding. There exists a distance between the work and the viewer and within this distance the interpretation of the work exists. This distance allows for thought, procrastination, misunderstanding and perhaps hope. Recently though this critical space has begun to be questioned, its boundaries are now being blurred, and it's not just the artists that are instituting this change, I believe the viewers are becoming equally complicit. What has caused this preoccupation with the viewer, the work of art and the space? I believe that it has to do with the term participation.< Less
The Tao of Audience Development for the Arts By Shoshana Danoff Fanizza
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Philosophies about audience development, five years in the making. This book is a compilation of blog posts since 2009 from the Audience Development Specialists blog. Filled with information and... More > thoughts on audience development, arts management, and arts marketing, this book will help you as an arts leader form a new perspective on building audiences and more enthusiasm for the philosophies and practices of audience development in general.< Less
Four Plays for Young Audiences By Emily Ball Cicchini
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A collection of four plays for professional actors to perform for young audiences: A Christmas Rose, A Dragon's Happy Day, Duckie Sees The World, and Just Bee. Originally commissioned and produced by... More > The Pollyanna Theatre Company in Austin, Texas. Written by award winning resident playwright Emily Ball Cicchini.< Less
Four Plays for Young Audiences By Emily Ball Cicchini
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A collection of four plays for professional actors to perform for young audiences: A Christmas Rose, A Dragon's Happy Day, Duckie Sees The World, and Just Bee. Originally commissioned and produced... More > by The Pollyanna Theatre Company in Austin, Texas. Written by award winning resident playwright Emily Ball Cicchini.< Less
Plays for Young Actors and Audiences By Matthew Everett
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Short plays for young actors and audiences including - “How The Coyote Stole Fire” - In the early days of humanity, the cold of winter caught them unprepared and undefended. The coyote... More > gathers a crew of friends to steal fire from the Fire Beings who guarded its secret so jealously. - “Bethesda” - Dennis has been admitted to the psychiatric ward. He is alone and uneasy until he receives an unexpected visitor, the ghost of a young girl named Miranda. - “Dr. Worm” - Dr. Worm has been forced out of his flooded home by a spring rain storm. After nearly stepping on the learned worm, a young boy named Pete engages him in some spirited word play. - “Champion of Breakfast” - A malicious game show host puts various breakfast foods through the tortures of the damned in order to earn the title of Champion of Breakfast. - “Snowball's Chance” - The first snowball of winter is magic. The time has come to put them to use. - Sample scenes and monologues available at www.matthewaeverett.com< Less
Plays for Young Actors and Audiences By Matthew Everett
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Short plays for young actors and audiences including - “How The Coyote Stole Fire” - In the early days of humanity, the cold of winter caught them unprepared and undefended. The coyote... More > gathers a crew of friends to steal fire from the Fire Beings who guarded its secret so jealously. - “Bethesda” - Dennis has been admitted to the psychiatric ward. He is alone and uneasy until he receives an unexpected visitor, the ghost of a young girl named Miranda. - “Dr. Worm” - Dr. Worm has been forced out of his flooded home by a spring rain storm. After nearly stepping on the learned worm, a young boy named Pete engages him in some spirited word play. - “Champion of Breakfast” - A malicious game show host puts various breakfast foods through the tortures of the damned in order to earn the title of Champion of Breakfast. - “Snowball's Chance” - The first snowball of winter is magic. The time has come to put them to use. - Sample scenes and monologues available at www.matthewaeverett.com< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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