Relationship of a Performer to His Audience, Table

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performer audience relationship

individual speaker, assembled group or direct; performer to
storyteller, or audience in any audience
singer place
company of players, assembled audience direct; in an enclosed
singers, dancers, in a theatre or area
or musicians concert hall
performance by an assembled audience remote; through a photo-
actor or performer in a motion-picture graphed and projected
recorded on film; theatre, hall, class- two-dimensional image
factual film with room, or other formal on either a large or
commentator place small screen, with
recorded sound
radio broadcast by dispersed audience, lo- remote; through a
an actor, aural cated mainly in signal broadcast in
performer, news- their own homes sound only
reader, or com-
mentator
televised presen- dispersed audience, remote; through a two-
tation by an located mainly in dimensional image on
actor, singer, their own homes a small screen, ac-
dancer, performer, companied by sound
or commentator

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Universalium. 2010.

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