“Audience Response” / Memorable Fancies #809

[“Theatre’s functions of surveillance…” – Alain Badiou]

    The audience is scanned to see who is laughing when, when a lip wrinkles, when a fleeting look of disgust or annoyance or boredom crosses a face. These observations are fed into the next evening’s production, and the next.

    Eventually, perfection is reached and only a vapid pleasure survives.



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