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General Admission: Joan Rivers and audience participation

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General Admission: Joan Rivers and audience participation

How important is audience interaction in plays and performances? In theater, performers interacting with audiences has been around since the dawn of man. In fact, there are Cave portraits showing cavemen asking for a suggestions. But do people actually like to be engaged? Don Hall and Tyler Greene, hosts of WBEZ's new arts podcast General Admission, join us in studio to discuss what they believe. Plus, we look at the life and career of comedian Joan Rivers, who died at 81. Photo Courtesy of Flickr/ BATMOO

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