Topic: In the Audience

You’ve really got to apply yourself. Have you ever created applied theatre? Or seen it? Or been affected by it? Tell us here!

It’s essentially a magic box. Have you seen a show in a black box? Performed in one? Join the conversation!

Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term Catwalk. On Catwalk’s official page, our friends at Geva Theatre Company tell us that the term means “an elevated walkway used to access sound and lighting equipment during theatre performances.” But now we want to know what the term Catwalk means to you. You can use […]

Clap, clap, clap your hands Have you ever suspected a few overenthusiastic audience members were ringers? Tell us here!

Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term claque. On claque’s official page, we define the term as an organized group of professional applauders. But now we want to know what the term claque means to you. You can use the comments section to tell us. — Have you ever been in the audience […]

The show’s all around you Have you ever seen an environmental theatre production? Tell us here!

Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term environmental theatre. On environmental theatre’s official page, we define the term as a style of production in which the audience inhabits the same space as the performance. But now we want to know what the term environmental theatre means to you. You can use the comments […]

Our house is your house. At least during showtime. Have you ever seen a show where the characters left the stage and performed from the house? Tell us here!

Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term house. On house’s official page, we have defined the term as “the part of the theatre where the audience watches the show.” But now we want to know what the term house means to you. You can use the comments section to tell us. — Do […]

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