In the seminar for solo show performers, I demonstrate that the primary advantage is the ability to lock into the audience in a close, personal way without worrying about a cohost taking a break off-topic. Multiple personality shows often end up playing to one another inside the studio, causing the audience to feel like outsiders. That’s why a key skill to learn is performing with the conscience of the listener.

This article explains how personalities often fail to include the audience. Including:

  • What is the conscience of the listener?
  • How to include listeners while having a conversation with each other.
  • How the conscience of the listener impacts personal stories.
  • How personalities can gain a better sense of a listener’s environment.

The Conscience Of The Listener

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