audience

 

Audience pay their $10.00 to see the inner of characters.

        ~ENTER~

  • 127. Audience decide if you're natural, underplay on your part doesn't make you natural.
  • 125. Audience is very sentimental, so remember that when you do your planning.
  • 123. Audience want to see people off guard, not in control. People struggling against problems.
  • 121. Audience reacts to  individuals.
  • 119. Audience should be alarmed by the story.
  • 117. Audience only barely listens, they watch, they see the story with their eyes.
  • 115. Audience has to be constantly off balance, one way is change of rhythm.
  • 113. Audience makes it conclusive, so never make a final statement.
  • 111. Audience is the most important character.
  • 109. Audience has to be lead to the edge; the unknown.
  • 107. Audience has to be suspended, 'will he or won't he?'
  • 105. Audience says that's what I had to go through, if you hit the right cords.
  • 103. Audience has to see something more dreary than their lives.
  • 101. Audience is moved by emotions, not ideas.
  • 99. Audience can't laugh when they want.
  • 97. Audience admire courage.
  • 95. Audience appreciate feast, just not cream and cake.
  • 93. Audience get tired of a tennis match, looking back and forth and eventually look at whoever is more interesting. You have to be inventive.
  • 91. Audience does not understand hidden or small meaning in things.
  • 89. Audience reacts to individuals.
  • 87. Audience doesn't listen.
  • 85. Audience doesn't want to watch a quarrel.
  • 83. Audience imagine more in their head than you can ever act out.
  • 81. Audience get tired, you can't wear audience out. In other words, don't get the audience tired.
  • 79. Audience has to be concerned by your problem.
  • 77. Audience has to identify with the characters.
  • 75. Audience has to respect the character.
  • 73. Audience identification is what it's all about. It helps clarify our lives for us.
  • 71. Audience is interested in behavior, not words or information. 
  • 69. Audience moved to tears, actors can't cry.
  • 67. Audience has to be in the character's head, live other people's lives, know what the character is thinking.
  • 65. Audience wants a hero, not a down person. You can not depress the audience.
  • 63. Audience is your study.
  • 61. Audience is interested in characters.
  • 59. Audience is not going to be interested in actor enjoying himself more.
  • 57. Audience is saying yes this is happening.
  • 55. Audience is sentimental slobs in dark, but in light they may be mean.
  • 53. Audience is waiting for the punishment.
  • 51. Audience knows when people are lying, just be honest as actor.
  • 49. Audience is a child, you have to give it to them clear and simple to follow. You have to physcialize it, otherwise, the audience won't understand it. Audience knows the play.
  • 47. Audience likes characters to overcome difficulties.
  • 45. Audience loves to see great people come down.
  • 43. Audience must be interested in characters.
  • 41. Audience must know about character.
  • 39. Audience must know what you want.
  • 37. Audience is a child, you have to give it to them clear and simple to follow. You have to physcialize it, otherwise, the audience won't understand it
  • 35. Audience says, I've been there and laugh.
  • 33. Audience sees the secret of life and relates.
  • 31. Audience sits there and watches your failures.
  • 29. Audience to be moved and frightened, you can't do that with yelling. Yelling always make you ineffectual.
  • 27. Audience understands and sympathize with character.
  • 25. Audience wants suffering, they want to watch you suffer.
  • 23. Audience demand certain things to happen like the must scene.
  • 21. Audience watches what is the contest.
  • 19. Audience wants worthy opponents.
  • 17. Audience will only respond to feelings.
  • 15. Audience won't react to reverence.
  • 13. Audience wonders, they sit on the edge of their chair.
  • 11. Audience's imagination is what you want to work, so take your time.
  • 9. Audience must discover things from action.
  • 7. Audiences are purists that is being prejudiced in a way.
  • 5. Audience watch it played in human arena, blood thirst. We are beasts, people want blood, they don't want ideas, not intellectual. Give them passion. Give them combat.
  • 3. Audience looking for the bizarre. Beyond their own lives. Arrange and entertainment, interesting and spectacular.
  • 1. Audience lives in actor's imagination, he takes us into a dream.

 

  • 126. Audience like to watch people try and save themselves.
  • 124. Audience's heart string is what you try to work on.
  • 122. Audience go to the theater to live other life's.
  • 120. Audience don't laugh accidentally, they laugh when you want them to laugh.
  • 118. Audience wants heart.
  • 116. Audience's pulse has to be played to: "Everybody's life is a failure."
  • 114. Audience will watch your hands, so no hand acting.
  • 112. Audience must sympathize with the human beings you create.
  • 110. Audience must be made to believe it is real, even though it isn't real.
  • 108. Audience has to be lead down a hallway. Keep the audience wondering. If you come to a conclusion, you lose the audience.
  • 106. Audience is controlled by the attitude of the character.
  • 104. Audience is effected by human values, they are able to react to character and the human experience.
  • 102. Audience's eye is effected by monotony, not one actor right and one actor left all the time.
  • 100. Audience can't be told what to think and feel.
  • 98. Audience can't anticipate what's going to happen.
  • 96. Audience always for good, motherhood, etc.
  • 94. Audience associate themselves with characters.
  • 92. Audience can take it for a moment.
  • 90. Audience cannot anticipate the tempo.  
  • 88.  Audience can't wait for anything.
  • 86. Audience must be guided.
  • 84. Audience assumes tenderness.
  • 82. Audience feels, they don't think.
  • 80. Audience gets tired of people giving up. 
  • 78. Audience needs to be trained.
  • 76. Audience has to relate to basic joke.
  • 74. Audience has to understand every word.
  • 72. Audience doesn't care about your problems, only the characters.
  • 70. Audience is turned off by saints.
  • 68. Audience is sitting back.
  • 66. Audience wants vulnerability.
  • 64. Audience doesn't want to be dragged with the character's depression.
  • 62. Audience is extremely sentimental, they are always for the good guy.
  • 60. Audience is moved by the emotion of actor. It has nothing to do with volume.
  • 58. Audience is not interested in defeated character.
  • 56. Audience reacts to individuals. 
  • 54. Audience is the major character.
  • 52. Audience is watching body language, not dialogue.
  • 50. Audience knows more about character.
  • 48. Audience don't like people falling to pieces, they want to see them overcome their difficulties.
  • 46. Audience looking for answers.
  • 44. Audience must afterwards understand it.
  • 42. Audience must believe in problems of people.
  • 40. Audience must know what the screen writer is saying.
  • 38. Audience must make up their minds.
  • 36. Audience reacts as a mass, they are for the underdog.
  • 34. Audience sees it as not true.
  • 32. Audience should never know actor is scared.
  • 30. Audience supplies the story, you are simple, simple.
  • 28. Audience to laugh, comedian has a plan for audience to respond.
  • 26. Audience wants a moment to see if it could go this way or that way.   
  • 24. Audience wants to get on with it.
  • 22. Audience watch as it occurs.
  • 20. Audience will give up illusions for reality.
  • 18. Audience will not laugh if someone gets hurt.
  • 16. Audience will see the sentimentalism of it.
  • 14. Audience won't sit and just watch conversation.
  • 12. Audience wonders what is going to happen next?
  • 10. Audience doesn't listen, it's about moments.
  • 8. Audience works as a group psychologically.
  • 6. Audience won't sit and just watch conversation. Audience wants worthy opponents. Movies are all about behavior.
  • 4. Audience enjoy undercurrent of problems of disaster; potential violence. Underlying fireworks.
  • 2. Audience will invent for you.

Stir the imagination of audience with feeling and thought.

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     How the audience should respond?

     If everything is a climax, nothing is a climax.

     What is the style?

     What effect should it have on the audience?

     Audience is the most important member of any cast.

     Audience come to be entertained.

     The trouble with most great artist is that they become great thinkers.

     How an audience judges you.

     Acting is the only art you cannot be caught doing.

     People will give up illusion for reality.

     People go to the theater to live other life's.

     Audience wants to see suffering. "Yes, I have been there". A world for audience to come into.

     Pictures have meaning.

     An actor has to serve the audience and work for the author.

Audience needs to be trained.

     No ultimate truth. Theater is a series of effects. Audience will make their own truths. Make the right choices. Can it be accepted as true. Audience believe the character. Art is not truth.

1.

     Getting an audience to react the way you want it to.

     Give audience time to... identify.
get in your head.
react, never hurry to get next line out.
relate to their own experiences.
let their imagination work.
focus, do one painting at a time.

     Give audience time for important pauses. Take it in steps.

     In story telling it's foreplay, lead the audience on.

     Audiences imagine more in their head than you can ever act out. Audience will do it for you, their imagination is great.

     Character's attitude can control audience. You are the performer, a "lecturer", you have to control the audience.

  1. Actors can't make pictures. You have to be involved in scene. Don't watch yourself doing the scene. In part you have to be involved, you can't be in two places at once with scene and audience.
  2. Always consider the audience.
  3. Audience has to see body language, make everything physical.
  4. Audience is extremely sentimental, always for the good guy.
  5. Audience doesn't listen. We live in a world of display, nobody is listing.
  6. Audience doesn't want to watch a quarrel.
  7. Audience has to be in the character's head, live other people's lives, know what the character is thinking.
  8. Audience is interested in behavior, not words or information.
  9. Audience is looking for answers.
  10. Audience is not going to be interested in actor enjoying himself more.
  11. Audience is moved by the emotion of actor.
  12. Audience has to relate to basic joke.
  13. Audience knows the play. Wilder is the star. Shakespeare is the star, get it?
  14. Audiences likes characters to overcome difficulties.
  15. Audience must afterwards understand it.
  16. Audience want to see people off guard, not in control. People struggling against problems.
  17. Audience will only respond to feelings.
  18. Audience won't sit and just watch conversation.
  19. Audience wonders what is going to happen next? Don't do what they expect.
  20. Avoid trying to show the audience what you want them to feel.
  21. Between the trapezes.
  22. Character's attitude can control audience. You are the performer, a "lecturer", you have to control the audience.
  23. Choice things you can act with color. Interest the audience.
  24. Compassion, sympathy.
  25. Director sets it up on how to affect the audience.
  26. Director measure the actors truth. Did the audience accept it. Is it going the way of the story? Director gives red light if it is phony or fake.
  27. Do react to: (mothers fathers love) sentimentality.
  28. Don't act all over the place, must affect audience.
  29. Don't act with intelligent, but emotion. Audience is effected by emotion, not intelligent. Audience is caught up in emotions, not ideas.
  30. Don't be your own audience.
  31. Don't do things under insecurity, audience is not interested in actor.
  32. Don't have more fun than the audience.
  33. Don't have the audience respond intellectually, only emotionally. Lacked drama because it wasn't emotional, not related to the larger problem of play.
  34. Don't know what is next.
  35. Don't let the audience anticipate what's going to happen.
  36. Don't play into difficulty of the audience. Self-pity - don't do.
  37. Don't play the effect how you want the audience to react.
  38. Don't put audience on guard, warm them up. Creep up on audience and be real.
  39. Don't relieve them of difficulty to soon.
  40. Don't rob the audience, open the mask slowly, don't play stone face. Audience must know what is going on.
  41. Emotion effects audience not the words.
  42. Emotions move the audience, not ideas.
  43. Eye of audience is effected by monotony, not one actor right and one actor left all the time.
  44. Foreplay with audience to react the way you want it to. Milk it.
  45. Getting an audience to react the way you want it too.
  46. Give the audience something more dreary than their lives.
  47. Give audience combat, slam things, (take off shoes, etc.) be very emotional confrontation, not intellectual.
  48. Give audience time for important pauses, to let their imagination work. Relate to their own experiences.
  49. Give audience time to identify.
  50. How to deal with material: the good do the unexpected.
  51. How to make it human, so we can relate.
  52. How to make it human, so audience can relate.
  53. How must the scene effect the audience?
  54. In drama you have to make the audience feel. Ways to make audience feel. Make the audience feel, not the actor feel The actor must feel, but the audience is the main thing to feel.
  55. Humor relates to audience. What can they relate too? Basic Joke.
  56. In body language do it once, audience won't stand repetition.
  57. Keep audience off balance don't let them know what is coming next. Always find the unexpected.
  58. Keep sensitivity.
  59. Know when to make the audience stop laughing and be serious.
  60. Last resource of actor is yelling. When actor is out of their depth they start yelling. Actor must not yell. Audience becomes immune to the yelling.
  61. Lead audience down blind hallways.
  62. Lesson in doing nothing. Let audience work.
  63. Let audience wonder what is going on. Don't do too much. Audience pays to participate.
  64. Main thrust of drama is to move audience.
  65. Main thrust of material: what does it do to audience?
  66. Make characters with blood; look for the pulse, look for the heart where the audience can link up.
  67. Make people care about you.
  68. Make the audience think the doctors are sicker than the patients.
  69. Most important character is the audience.
  70. Must have characters you feel for, empathy.
  71. Mystery of life.
  72. Not a duplication of life, if it does you have monotony, but a reflection of life. Audience says, "Yes, I know I felt that way." Something that will stir the audience.
  73. Pay to see the inured.
  74. People don't react to ideas.
  75. People feel at movies, they don't think.
  76. Play to the audience's pulse. Everybody's life is a failure.
  77. Please the audience's hostility. What is the scene about? What motivates to do things.
  78. Problem with quiet scene: must try to make it exciting to hold audience's attention.
  79. Proportions: satisfy the audience.
  80. Reveal the character to the audience.
  81. Rivet audience: 1) sex 2) cruelty, violence, nightmare 3) big emotion, rely on emotion, not dialogue. Exposition dialog.
  82. Send the audience right messages.
  83. Stir the imagination of audience with feeling and thought.
  84. Tell audience: you are not alone in our own horrors. Movies start showing us we are not alone, others have same grim thoughts.
  85. "The baby in the carriage" is the human pulse.
  86. They want to be charmed.
  87. Tune in on audience with part as actor. Communication with audience, be aware.
  88. Variety: interest the eye of the audience. Tune in on their impulse.
  89. We couldn't see what was happening, acting was so minimal.
  90. We go to the theater to live other life's.
  91. We like to watch people try and save themselves.
  92. What effects the audience?
  93. What is going to get the audience by their pulse. You got to get hold of their wrists. You got to get in tune with bump, bump, bump, bump and you got to look for everywhere to do that.
  94. What is going to happen in scene? Do things in the home under crisis. Just don't stand there and play actor.
  95. What is going to happen, keep them waiting for the next moment.
  96. What is the audience concerned about: situation.
  97. What should it do to the audience? (put them in horror)
  98. What the whole film means to the audience?
  99. When approaching drama and comedy you must interest the audience right off. Dynamic. Even comedy, something grab the audience. Audience wants to see suffering. Yes, I have been there, a world for audience to come into.
  100. Why is this scene in play? What effect does it have on audience? Look at it like you're telling children a story step-by-step.
  101. Work on audiences heart string. Audience is sentimental.
  102. You ask yourself, "what does it have to do to the audience, what should it accomplish?"
  103. You must understand the audience.
  104. Audiences imagine more in their head than you can ever act out.
  105. It all focus down to what is the best, it becomes a condition, the audience recognize what is the best. They don't know why?
  1. Audience has to relate to basic joke.
  2. Start a mad request for laughter, audience will build resistance real fast to that.
  3. Suffer funny. Humor relates to audience. What can they relate to?

"In the end, it can't look like acting."

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