Entertaining an audience
Entertainment takes many forms, including live performances of music, drama, and dance. In the ancient world, royal courts would present masques which involved dancing and singing to captivate the audience. Today, opera and theatre productions require collaboration and expert production skills, and performers can earn applause or boos depending on the performance’s quality. Although audience applause shows how appreciative they are of a performance, performers run the risk of failing to hold an audience’s attention for a long time. And, in many cases, the audience is brutally honest about its dissatisfaction.
The purpose of an entertainment speech is to engage the audience and keep their attention. A good entertainment speech can relay an important message while stirring the audience’s emotions.
Activities that captivate an audience
Using activities in your presentations is a great way to keep your audience involved. Activity-based learning is becoming increasingly popular at colleges and universities, as adults tend to be more interested in learning if they feel they are having fun. It can also be helpful if your audience is divided into smaller groups to help them learn faster.
Activities that give pleasure to an audience
Activities that give pleasure to an audience are generally defined as “inducing feelings of enjoyment in people.” The goal of these activities is to make people feel good by enhancing their cognitive or sensorial experiences. For example, dancing or thumbs up exercises can energize an audience. In addition, audiences are often more likely to watch or listen to something if they find it entertaining. In addition, pleasure is closely related to motivation.