Learning from Make TV’s William Gurstelle
APRIL 28, 2009
WG : The personal and more intimate nature of a lecture distinguishes it from other forms of public entertainment, such as a play or a concert. As much as we would like to ask the orchestra conductor or theater director why they interpreted Beethoven or Tennessee Williams in a particular way, the opportunity to query them personally doesn’t often happen except in a lecture. Audiences differ, so it’s important to tailor the talk to the particular group of listeners.