Literary scholar Auslander Philip in his 2008 publication, “Live and Technologically Mediated Performance live performance’ reveals that mediated performance is the unlimited interaction between the performer and audience without any limitation defines a performers-audience interaction. Liveness is a way of being connected to other people who may be known or unknown through the media. Chansky Dorothy in her book titled, “Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture by Philip Auslander (2000)” elaborates that live mediatized performance has the same ontological features as the physical live performance which means both television shows and the theatre performance have similar effects on the audience. The above arguments indicate that live performance has always been able to attract a new audience even in situations where some are lost. Zemmels David through his book, “Liveness and Presence in Emerging Communication Technologies (2004)” believes that live performance has undergone a lot of threat; also, the threats are always about the content available for the audience over the years but still maintain many loyal audiences while attracting others.