'Hotel Rwanda' is an American product, not a Rwandan one, made primarily for American audiences.
The Spanish and the American audiences are lunatics. They are very passionate and, like the Irish, they don't have as many inhibitions. If you are playing somewhere like Austria or Sweden, it takes them a little while to come out of themselves.
American audiences are great. They get what I am doing, but as my band will tell you, nowhere tops the Irish audience. They are just brilliant. They are very open, but the Americans and Spanish come a close second.
American audiences and European and Asian audiences are so different.
'Sing It Again Rod' touches all the solo bases since Stewart's departure from the Jeff Beck Band, wherein he cut his teeth on American audiences for $75 a week plus expenses, and wisely ignores his generally inferior work with the Faces.
What's interesting is the show allows for the awkward pauses to be captured, which makes it stylistically unique, especially for American audiences.
The American audiences are more vocal and enthusiastic. British audiences tend to sit back a little more.
I've built a solid career there, but America's ten times the size. Now that we're onto the third record, I feel like the stars have aligned and American audiences are embracing my music even more.
American audiences very rarely deal with material outside their borders.
Cable penetrates 70 percent of American audiences now.
I make American films for American audiences and Asian films for Asian audiences.
My American audiences are pretty mixed. I get all sorts of people, old and young. It's nice.
American audiences are just the same as any other audiences. Except a bit more boring.
When I was general director of City Opera, we were pioneers in the practice of projecting supertitles so that American audiences finally could know what all the singing was about.
I think American audiences are quite interesting in that they can handle almost any amount of violence, but the moment the violence becomes sexual violence it immediately becomes an issue.
'Dust Devil,' I've never really seen with an American audience, so I'm looking forward to that experience.
I believe that the American audience is not so dumb that they wouldn't be interested in a black story.
I think the composer and production staff of an opera have a real responsibility to use visual elements of all kinds to make clear to the American audience, at any rate, exactly what is going on.
There are actually quite high profile British TV star cameos in it that you probably wouldn't even notice, that the British wouldn't even notice, let alone the American audience.
I'm fascinated to see how 'Black Watch' connects with an American audience.