Mascots do a lot of work to keep the fans happy (especially if their team may be falling short in that area). Shoutout to those mascots who keep us smiling when we can’t even see theirs.
With the change of the season comes the change of the sports. I am moving on to the performance of basketball!
Playing sports isn’t just walking out on the field and doing the thing. There’s a lot of thought that goes into designing the experience so that everyone involved (players, fans, coaches, commentators, etc.) gets the best experience possible.
If performance manifests itself in many different ways, does there always have to be an audience? If so, how does that “audience” appear?
In as a performer in a stage performance there are two places you can be during a performance, you are either onstage or offstage. That’s pretty straight forward right? On or off? I think we can all follow that. Now that we have set the stage, let’s go ahead and start talking about the stage of football performance.
I’ve always thought and learned that performance is singing in a talent show, dancing in a parade, or acting in a play. Things like that. That’s performance. Have you ever considered how much performance happens during sporting events?