Audience refer to people present during the enactment who observe the psychodrama. They may be involved at some point as protagonists or auxiliaries. Audience is a gathering of onlookers who observe some performance, event, or activity; audiences tend to be conventional in behavior, and they disperse when the event they are watching concludes.

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