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Capturing and Measuring Audience Impact
After the piece of theatre has been experienced by an audience, the students are required to capture and measure the audience’s response.
Following are some examples you can use to give them some ideas.
- Webpage/wiki/Facebook or social network space specifically dedicated to the production
- Activities and games
- A visitors' book
- Audio recorders
- Giving out bits of paper and asking people to draw their favourite moment on one side and give a brief explanation on the other
- “Vox-popping” individuals' immediate responses as they leave the space, that is, the first three words that come into their head when they think of the performance
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