Mediatized performance is considered as a means of an interactive show where the performer signals the audience who reacts accordingly and the audience is responsible for determining the interactive communication with the performers (Meyer-Dinkgräfe, 2015). The information that is passed by the performers is subject to scrutiny, evaluation, and interpretation by the audience to develop logical communication. In support, Auslander (2008) believes that performance is characterized as a unique presence, showing skills, and providing the right to show that the audience appreciates. However, Chansky (2000) notes that the performance is conducted for the audience to acknowledge the action and behave according to the action of performance rather than just watching without any reaction. The performance should provide the audience with enough information on what to expect and ways of participating to make it more practical.