Quotations The Best Quotes About Audience  

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It was a good thing to have a couple of thousand people all rigid and frozen together, in the palm of one's hand. Charles Dickens

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It is because the public are a mass -- inert, obtuse, and passive -- that they need to be shaken up from time to time so that we can tell from their bear-like grunts where they are -- and also where they stand. They are pretty harmless, in spite of their numbers, because they are fighting against intelligence. Alfred Jarry

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We respond to a drama to that extent to which it corresponds to our dream life. David Mamet

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Some writers take to drink, others take to audiences. Gore Vidal

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My conception of the audience is of a public each member of which is carrying about with him what he thinks is an anxiety, or a hope, or a preoccupation which is his alone and isolates him from mankind; and in this respect at least the function of a play is to reveal him to himself so that he may touch others by virtue of the revelation of his mutuality with them. If only for this reason I regard the theater as a serious business, one that makes or should make man more human, which is to say, less alone. Arthur Miller

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It's the admirer and the watcher who provoke us to all the inanities we commit. Seneca the Younger

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To have great poets, there must be great audiences too. Walt Whitman