PARTICIPATORY ROLE FOR AUDIENCE

SOME PLAYS ARE WRITTEN IN SUCH WAY THAT THE AUDIENCE IS PASSIVE.

THEY ARE PROVOKED EITHER TO LAUGH, CRY, APPRECIATE OR CLAP

THE AUDIENCE MAY BE BOISTEROUS, QUITE , RECEPTIVE OR SLEEPY

NEW PLAYS MAY BE WRITTEN IN SUCH A WAY THAT THEY PROVIDE FOR INTERACTION.

SOME PLAYS MAY EXPECT AUDIENCE TO RESPOND TO QUESTIONS POSED.

SO THE PLAY IS CONTROLLED BY THE AUDIENCE RATHER THAN THE AUTHOR.

WE TRIED ONCE AT NIRMALA.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO HAVE THEM IN SCHOOL?

HAVE YOU HEARD OF SUCH EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE.

SELECT ANY LANGUAGE AND SELECT A THEME.

INTRODUCE SOME QUESTIONS ADDRESSED TO THE AUDIENCE.

QUESTIONS CAN BE ADDRESSED TO THE AUDIENCE IN GENERAL

THE ACTOR CAN CONTINUE TO GIVE FURTHER HINTS TILL HE GETS THE DESIRED ANSWER.

THE ACTOR CAN ALSO GO TROUGH THE PROCESS OF CARRYING IN NEW LINES.

WRITE A SHORT PLAY ON THESE LINES AND SHARE THE EXPERIENCE

COMMENTS ARE WELCOME

CARMODSOUZA@GMAIL.COM .

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