History Main / AudienceParticipation

17th Sep '17 8:46:40 PM PaulA
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* Subverted by Music/TomLehrer in 'The Irish Ballad', which parodies folk music in general: 'One of the more important aspects of public folk singing is audience participation, and this happens to be a good song for group singing, so if any of you feel like joining in with me on this song, I'd appreciate it if you would leave, right now!'

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* Subverted by Music/TomLehrer in 'The his live album ''Music/TomLehrerRevisited'', while introducing "The Irish Ballad', Ballad", which parodies folk music in general: 'One general:
-->''One
of the more important aspects of public folk singing is audience participation, and this happens to be a good song for group singing, so if any of you feel like joining in with me on this song, I'd appreciate it if you would leave, right now!'now!''
9th Sep '17 3:42:01 PM nombretomado
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* [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney's Hollywood Studios]] has its share of Audience Participation in pretty much 95% of its attractions. Original shows from the past included ''Superstar Television'' where guests can act in select scenes from classic TV shows like ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', ''Series/{{Cheers}}, ''Series/HomeImprovement'', and others, and the Monster Sound Show, in which guests can add classic sound effects to a short comedic film starring MartinShort and ChevyChase. Superstar Television was replaced with a [[TheMusical musical]] based on Disney's WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} TV show, in which one child played "Quail-Kid," and selected adults played members of The Beets. And after ten years, THAT was replaced by The AmericanIdol Experience, where talented guests auditioned for the chance to be the first in line for a real American Idol audition in their hometown. Other attractions that had audience participation included "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire-Play It!" (which is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin more or less a recreation of the TV show of the same name]]), "Lights! Motors! Action!" (in which a guest controlled a stunt car through remote control), the Studio Backlot Tour (guests were picked to get splashed in an underwater mining sequence for an unnamed action film), and "Toy Story Midway Mania" (which is an interactive ride!). Oh, and even one of the RESTAURANTS has audience participation, in the style of a 1950s household with the waiters admonishing patrons to get their "Elbows off the table!"

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* [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney's Hollywood Studios]] has its share of Audience Participation in pretty much 95% of its attractions. Original shows from the past included ''Superstar Television'' where guests can act in select scenes from classic TV shows like ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', ''Series/{{Cheers}}, ''Series/HomeImprovement'', and others, and the Monster Sound Show, in which guests can add classic sound effects to a short comedic film starring MartinShort and ChevyChase. Superstar Television was replaced with a [[TheMusical musical]] based on Disney's WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} TV show, in which one child played "Quail-Kid," and selected adults played members of The Beets. And after ten years, THAT was replaced by The AmericanIdol Experience, ''The Series/AmericanIdol Experience'', where talented guests auditioned for the chance to be the first in line for a real American Idol audition in their hometown. Other attractions that had audience participation included "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire-Play It!" (which is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin more or less a recreation of the TV show of the same name]]), "Lights! Motors! Action!" (in which a guest controlled a stunt car through remote control), the Studio Backlot Tour (guests were picked to get splashed in an underwater mining sequence for an unnamed action film), and "Toy Story Midway Mania" (which is an interactive ride!). Oh, and even one of the RESTAURANTS has audience participation, in the style of a 1950s household with the waiters admonishing patrons to get their "Elbows off the table!"
25th Aug '17 6:19:04 PM Malady
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* [[LetsPlay/ClumsyChicken Clumsy Chicken's]] live YouTube streams are built around this. Viewers can request areas for her to go to/specific enemies to defeat/specific party configurations.

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* [[LetsPlay/ClumsyChicken Clumsy Chicken's]] live YouTube Website/YouTube streams are built around this. Viewers can request areas for her to go to/specific enemies to defeat/specific party configurations.
21st Jul '17 4:04:50 PM StFan
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* Many [[GameShow game]] and {{reality show}}s use this in various ways. They may get to influence the show by being a [[{{Lifeline}} gameplay mechanic to assist the main contestant]] or voting for someone to be [=eliminated/saved/etc=]. Or even better, ''all'' of the contestants on a show may just be plucked from the audience by default (see ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', ''Series/TruthOrConsequences'' and ''Series/LetsMakeADeal'' for examples).

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* Many [[GameShow game]] and {{reality show}}s use this in various ways. They may get to influence the show by being a [[{{Lifeline}} gameplay mechanic to assist the main contestant]] contestant or voting for someone to be [=eliminated/saved/etc=]. Or even better, ''all'' of the contestants on a show may just be plucked from the audience by default (see ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', ''Series/TruthOrConsequences'' and ''Series/LetsMakeADeal'' for examples).
19th Jul '17 9:10:25 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Film/{{Help}}: The film has been called "The Rocky Horror Beatles Show" at some conventions (most notably Beatlefest Chicago), where screenings are frequently interrupted by audience members counting the number of times John dials the phone and handing out sticks of Wrigley's spearmint gum during the "Paul on the Floor" segment.

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* ''Film/{{Help}}: ''Film/{{Help}}'': The film has been called "The Rocky Horror Beatles Show" at some conventions (most notably Beatlefest Chicago), where screenings are frequently interrupted by audience members counting the number of times John dials the phone and handing out sticks of Wrigley's spearmint gum during the "Paul on the Floor" segment.
19th Jul '17 9:10:00 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Film/{{Help}}: The film has been called "The Rocky Horror Beatles Show" at some conventions (most notably Beatlefest Chicago), where screenings are frequently interrupted by audience members counting the number of times John dials the phone and handing out sticks of Wrigley's spearmint gum during the "Paul on the Floor" segment.
23rd Jun '17 2:03:28 PM X1fihas
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* ''[[VideoGame/Domina]]'' has this for viewers on Twitch. They can cheer on the fights to increase the prize money and determine the fate of gladiators that surrender. They also vote on decisions the player has to make during events, although the player is not required to make the audience's choice.

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* ''[[VideoGame/Domina]]'' Domina has this for viewers on Twitch. They can cheer on the fights to increase the prize money and determine the fate of gladiators that surrender. They also vote on decisions the player has to make during events, although the player is not required to make the audience's choice.
23rd Jun '17 2:02:39 PM X1fihas
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* ''VideoGame/Domina'' has this for viewers on Twitch. They can cheer on the fights to increase the prize money and determine the fate of gladiators that surrender. They also vote on decisions the player has to make during events, although the player is not required to make the audience's choice.

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* ''VideoGame/Domina'' ''[[VideoGame/Domina]]'' has this for viewers on Twitch. They can cheer on the fights to increase the prize money and determine the fate of gladiators that surrender. They also vote on decisions the player has to make during events, although the player is not required to make the audience's choice.
23rd Jun '17 1:55:56 PM X1fihas
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* ''VideoGame/Domina'' has this for viewers on Twitch. They can cheer on the fights to increase the prize money and determine the fate of gladiators that surrender. They also vote on decisions the player has to make during events, although the player is not required to make the audience's choice.
9th Jun '17 11:11:56 PM DrFraud
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* In ''Fanfic/InThisWorldAndTheNext'' Robst held a poll to decide what would happen to Ron Weasley.
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