History Main / AudienceParticipation

14th Mar '17 6:03:47 PM Espea
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* ''Film/TheOogielovesInTheBigBalloonAdventure'' is a children's film that encourages the viewers to dance and sing at the screenings. This likely contributed to its status as a spectacular BoxOfficeBomb, as no sane theater owner would put up with hordes of kids running and dancing about the building for long.

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* ''Film/TheOogielovesInTheBigBalloonAdventure'' is a children's film that encourages the viewers to dance and sing at the screenings. This likely contributed to its status as a spectacular BoxOfficeBomb, as no sane theater owner would put up with hordes of kids running and dancing about the building for long. Not to mention that you would be hard-pressed to find parents willing to take their kids to a movie that required them to yell, dance and sing in a setting that is supposed to be time for them to sit and be quiet.
6th Mar '17 11:06:45 AM case
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-->'''Jim:''' (''to the audience'') I'll get superpowers if you all just ''believe''! Believe and clap very hard!\\

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-->'''Jim:''' (''to the audience'') I'll get superpowers if you all just ''believe''! [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve Believe and clap very hard!\\hard!]]\\
20th Feb '17 8:43:19 PM PaulA
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* OlderThanTelevision: PeterPan demanding that the audience [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve clap to restore Tinkerbell]] in the 1904 play.

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* OlderThanTelevision: PeterPan Theatre/PeterPan demanding that the audience [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve clap to restore Tinkerbell]] in the 1904 play.



* ''Theatre/The25thAnnualPutnamCountySpellingBee'' has audience members join in the spelling.

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* ''Theatre/The25thAnnualPutnamCountySpellingBee'' ''Theatre/TheTwentyFifthAnnualPutnamCountySpellingBee'' has audience members join in the spelling.
11th Feb '17 4:28:05 PM Odacon_Spy
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* Dave Malloy's "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812" relies on audience participation. The cast is constantly running through the audience and hands out things like pierogies and shaker eggs. In one of the songs, an audience member is chosen to be a character's suitor. Two characters pull stools into the audience and have a conversation around the people seated there. The character of Anatole repeatedly goes out into the audience and kisses women on the cheek. Letters are also given to the audience directly by cast members. Much of the audience is seated on stage for the cast to interact with.



* Dave Malloy's "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812" relies on audience participation. The cast is constantly running through the audience and hands out things like pierogies and shaker eggs. In one of the songs, an audience member is chosen to be a character's suitor. Two characters pull stools into the audience and have a conversation around the people seated there. The character of Anatole repeatedly goes out into the audience and kisses women on the cheek. Letters are also given to the audience directly by cast members. Much of the audience is seated on stage for the cast to interact with.

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* Dave Malloy's "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812" relies on audience participation. The cast is constantly running through the audience and hands out things like pierogies and shaker eggs. In one of the songs, an audience member is chosen to be a character's suitor. Two characters pull stools into the audience and have a conversation around the people seated there. The character of Anatole repeatedly goes out into the audience and kisses women on the cheek. Letters are also given to the audience directly by cast members. Much of the audience is seated on stage for the cast to interact with.
9th Feb '17 11:23:50 PM bjex
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->'''Frank:''' I see you shiver with antici...\\
'''Audience:''' What would this movie be without audience partici...?\\
'''Frank:''' ...pation.

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->'''Frank:''' ->'''Dr. Frank-N-Furter:''' I see you shiver with antici...\\
'''Audience:''' What would this movie be without audience partici...?\\
'''Frank:''' ...
''SAY IT! SAY IT! SAY IT!''\\
'''Dr. Frank-N-Furter''' ...
pation.
6th Feb '17 4:34:11 PM genevegan
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* Dave Malloy's "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812" relies on audience participation. The cast is constantly running through the audience and hands out things like pierogies and shaker eggs. In one of the songs, an audience member is chosen to be a character's suitor. Two characters pull stools into the audience and have a conversation around the people seated there. The character of Anatole repeatedly goes out into the audience and kisses women on the cheek. Letters are also given to the audience directly by cast members. Much of the audience is seated on stage for the cast to interact with.
28th Jan '17 9:33:39 PM Maestrojosh87
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* ''Vanities'', while the girls are practicing cheers in the first scene: "Gimme a T.(T!) Gimme an I.(I!) Gimme a G.(G!) Gimme an E.(E!) Gimme an R.(R!) Gime an S.(S!) Put 'em together and whaddaya get? (Tigers!)"

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* More or less implied in ''Vanities'', while the girls are practicing cheers in the first scene: scene. However, in some productions, audiences find this works so well that they voluntarily choose to shout back at them: "Gimme a T.(T!) Gimme an I.(I!) Gimme a G.(G!) Gimme an E.(E!) Gimme an R.(R!) Gime an S.(S!) Put 'em together and whaddaya get? (Tigers!)"
28th Jan '17 4:19:46 AM eryar
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* ''Webcomic/{{Oceanfalls}}'' takes reader submitted command suggestions and uses them to advance the story. As expected, the commands submitted range from plot related to downright absolute [[HilarityEnsues memetic nonsensical suggestions]].
15th Jan '17 4:27:31 AM TheBushranger
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[[caption-width-right:250:For once, it wasn't [[ComicStrip/TheFamilyCircus Not Me]].]]
10th Dec '16 8:30:22 AM Doug86
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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 TheGoldenGirls, LiveActionTV/Cheers, 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 TheGoldenGirls, LiveActionTV/Cheers, HomeImprovement, ''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 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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