History Main / AudienceParticipation

30th Aug '16 3:51:08 PM MrNickelodeon
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* Ride/UniversalStudios LOVES to use this throughout many of its attractions. In particular, attractions like ''Ride/EarthquakeTheBigOne'', ''Ride/{{Disaster}}'' and ''Universal's Horror Make-Up Show'' have guest volunteers brought up on stage to help demonstrate the many techniques used in the creation of special effects in movies.

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* Ride/UniversalStudios LOVES to use this throughout many of its attractions. In particular, attractions like ''Ride/EarthquakeTheBigOne'', ''Ride/{{Disaster}}'' and ''Universal's Horror Make-Up Show'' ''Theatre/UniversalsHorrorMakeUpShow'' have guest volunteers brought up on stage to help demonstrate the many techniques used in the creation of special effects in movies.
8th Jul '16 5:49:51 AM Trogdor
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* ''WebVideo/GameTheoryWebShow'' has the Super Amazing End Card Tournament -- a poll about a set of subjects related to the video shown or about the next episode MatPat covers. Only a few times does this impact what is shown, such as what subject for the next episode.

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* ''WebVideo/GameTheoryWebShow'' has the Super Amazing End Card Tournament -- a poll about a set of subjects related to the video shown or about the next episode MatPat [=MatPat=] covers. Only a few times does this impact what is shown, such as what subject for the next episode.
2nd Jun '16 11:21:22 PM RavenBlack
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* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' redefined audience participation, to the point that there's practically an entire script for what to yell at the actors and what props to throw. The whole thing started when an audience member responded to Janet using a newspaper to protect herself from the rain by yelling, "Buy an umbrella, you cheap bitch!" It just escalated from there. Most theaters that regularly show the movie also have a cast of (volunteer) live actors who'll perform in front of and generally engage the viewers as the film is shown, either adhering to the original audience script or (more commonly) making up new jokes all the time, in tune with pop culture and current events. You're almost guaranteed never to see the same exact ''Rocky'' twice.

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* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' redefined audience participation, to the point that there's practically an entire script for what to yell at the actors and what props to throw. The [[http://www.rockyhorror.com/history/howapbegan.php whole thing started started]] when an audience member responded to Janet using a newspaper to protect herself from the rain by yelling, "Buy an umbrella, you cheap bitch!" It just escalated from there. Most theaters that regularly show the movie also have a cast of (volunteer) live actors who'll perform in front of and generally engage the viewers as the film is shown, either adhering to the original audience script or (more commonly) making up new jokes all the time, in tune with pop culture and current events. You're almost guaranteed never to see the same exact ''Rocky'' twice.
29th May '16 10:23:47 AM dotchan
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* In-universe, a [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingon Opera]] audience knows all the songs, and any member might get called on to play any part at any time.

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* In-universe, ''Franchise/StarTrek'' features an InUniverse use of this trope: a [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingon Opera]] Opera audience knows all the songs, and any member might get called on to play any part at any time.
19th Apr '16 1:32:17 AM Korodzik
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A SuperTrope to OfficialFanSubmittedContent, CaptionContest, AudienceParticipationSong, FakeInteractivity.

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A SuperTrope to OfficialFanSubmittedContent, CaptionContest, AudienceParticipationSong, FakeInteractivity.
FakeInteractivity. A regular feature of {{Pantomime}}.
28th Mar '16 5:34:55 PM eroock
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* Played for laughs in [[http://zeropercentdiscountcomic.tumblr.com/post/63210576328 this]] strip from ''Webcomic/ZeroPercentDiscount''.
25th Mar '16 5:46:06 PM eroock
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-->-- callback for ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''

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-->-- callback Callback for ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''
13th Mar '16 7:28:48 PM GrammarNavi
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* This was how ''Series/ThatSeventiesShow'' was originally going to have its title decided. The audience for the test screening were to choose between the two {{Working Title}}s, ''Teenage Wasteland'' and ''The Kids Are Alright''. But the audience came out of the test screening reffering to it as "That 70's Show" and the name stuck.

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* This was how ''Series/ThatSeventiesShow'' ''Series/That70sShow'' was originally going to have its title decided. The audience for the test screening were to choose between the two {{Working Title}}s, ''Teenage Wasteland'' and ''The Kids Are Alright''. But the audience came out of the test screening reffering referring to it as "That 70's Show" and the name stuck.
26th Feb '16 3:31:37 AM LinTaylor
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** The [[Anime/GundamBuildFightersTry sequel series]] had a contest where fans could vote on which obscure (read: not from an animated series) mobile suit they wanted to see put in an appearance; the winner was the Xi Gundam from the novel ''Shining Hathaway'', which showed up during the free-for-all battle in the final episode.
25th Jan '16 2:24:27 PM MoPete
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** The CBS ''Series/MatchGame'' had audience participation of a different sort. Some questions like "Dumb Dora was ''so'' dumb..." prompted the audience to call back "How dumb was she?" (this first started on the panel then progressed into the audience). Audiences booing bad answers were a mainstay as well.

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** The CBS ''Series/MatchGame'' had audience participation of a different sort. Some questions like "Dumb Dora was ''so'' dumb..." prompted the audience to call back "How dumb was she?" (this first started on the panel then progressed into the audience). Audiences booing bad answers were a mainstay as well. They also had audience participation of the normal kind where they would poll studio audiences for the Audience Match segment of the BonusRound.
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