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ballet a performance of such dance, with music, for an audience. [1/2 definitions]
concert a musical or dance performance before an audience; recital.
debate a kind of competition between two people or two teams who disagree on particular issue or set of issues. Each side is given certain amounts of time in which they can talk and present their argument. When one side talks, the other side must be quiet. A debate like this is done in front of an audience. [1/4 definitions]
debut to present to an audience for the first time. [1/2 definitions]
drama a story written so that it can be acted out for an audience; play. [1/2 definitions]
encore a request by an audience that a performance continue. [2/3 definitions]
gladiator a man in ancient Rome who fought other men or animals, often to the death, to entertain an audience.
house the audience at a public event. [1/6 definitions]
lecture a talk given in front of an audience. [1/4 definitions]
narrate to make comments or tell things about (a show or other thing that an audience watches) as it goes along. [1/2 definitions]
perform to do or present for the entertainment of an audience. [2/3 definitions]
performance a particular entertainment presented before an audience. [1/3 definitions]
performer a person who sings, acts, or does some form of entertainment for an audience; one who performs.
platform a raised, level surface used as a place to work, perform, or speak to an audience. [1/3 definitions]
preview a showing of a film, play, or work of art for a chosen audience before the public sees it. [1/2 definitions]
reader a person who reads or recites before an audience. [1/3 definitions]
runway a narrow platform attached to a stage. Models and actors walk on runways to be closer to the audience. [1/2 definitions]
speech a talk given in front of an audience. [1/5 definitions]
talk show a radio or television program in which a host talks with famous or interesting people. On a talk show, questions may be taken from people in the listening or viewing audience.
wing (plural) the area on both sides of the stage that is hidden from the view of the audience. [1/6 definitions]