Entertainment is an action, event or activity that aims to entertain, amuse and interest an audience ("audience" can consist of one person). The audience may have a passive role, as in the case of persons watching a play or opera, a television show or a movie, or active, as in the case of a video game.
Entertainment generally requires that the supplier of the show is visible to the viewer with the exception of video games
There are many forms of entertainment for example: cinema, theatre, sports, games and social dance. Puppets, clowns, pantomimes and cartoons tend to appeal to children, though many adults may also find them enjoyable.
1. Animation is a form of entertainment which appeals especially to younger audiences. Animation involves the display of rapid movement in any kind of artwork.
2. Live entertainmentMost entertainment expects or requires an audience to be passive. Such entertainment may include watching a film or theatrical production and other live performance such as circus, plays, musicals, farces, monologues and pantomimes provide cinematic and theatric entertainment.
3. Comedy Comedy provides laughter and amusement. The audience is taken by surprise, by the parody or satire of an unexpected effect or an opposite expectations of their cultural beliefs. Slapstick film, one-liner joke, observational humor are forms of comedy which have developed since the early days of jesters and traveling minstrels
4. Comics Comics contain text and drawings which convey an entertaining narrative. Several famous comics revolve around super heroes such as Superman and Batman. Marvel Comics and DC Comics are two publishers of comic books. Manga is the Japanese word for comic and print cartoons.
5. Caricature is a graphical entertainment. The purpose may vary from merely putting smile on the viewer’s face, to raising social awareness, to highlighting the moral vices of a person being caricatured. 6. Dance and music Many people find...
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