The audience for both movies was rather small, perhaps because the subject hit a nerve too painful for many American moviegoers.
Imran Khan speaks in Urdu to his Pakistani-American audience.
My stance at this point is that the audience can decide for themselves.
Instead of alienating their audience, they had critics drawing comparisons to secular heroes of literature.
The audience could almost smell the stale beer and cigarette smoke leaching from their skin.
The crowd at the morning audience of the great Roman jurisconsult lessens.
His audience had dispersed to scour the valleys for signatures for Jim.
At first the audience supposed that this announcement was part of the play.
His audience was inclined to limit him to the time when he could be pungent.
The actor should not stare straight into the faces of the audience, but look between them.
late 14c., "the action of hearing," from Old French audience, from Latin audentia "a hearing, listening," from audientum (nominative audiens), present participle of audire "to hear," from PIE compound *au-dh- "to perceive physically, grasp," from root *au- "to perceive" (cf. Greek aisthanesthai "to feel;" Sanskrit avih, Avestan avish "openly, evidently;" Old Church Slavonic javiti "to reveal"). Meaning "formal hearing or reception" is from late 14c.; that of "persons within hearing range, assembly of listeners" is from early 15c. (French audience retains only the older senses). Sense transferred 1855 to "readers of a book." Audience-participation (adj.) first recorded 1940.