The actor’s creativity

Meyerhold on the relationship between actors and spectators:
A specific peculiarity of the actor’s creativity (as opposed to the originality of the playwright, the theatre director or the other artists) is that the creative process is being conducted in front of the audience. As a result, the actor and the spectator are interposing a particular mutual relationship; specifically, the actor puts the spectator in the position of a sounding board, which reacts to every action upon his command. And vice versa - sensing his own resonator (the audience), the actor immediately reacts, by improvisation, to all the demands coming from the audience. Following a series of signs (noise, movement, laughter etc.), the actor must define the attitude of the audience towards the performance correctly.
Can we write code that reacts to client input in the way described above?

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