|November 21, 2003|
What’s the largest audience you’ve ever addressed?
A couple hundred folks in a conference setting.
I can't remember ever having to address more than a handful of people.
A few hundred.
I don't know.
I had fairly big audiences at plays/recitals, and I did some readings
in church back
I think I've spoken to groups as large as 300 people -- maybe more. One of the speeches was televised on the local TV station.
Three thousand people.
think my church holds about 500 people, so I've addressed that many when
I've worked as a lector (two scripture readings, prayers of the faithful,
and general announcements). However, that's all what we called "canned
speeches" in debate. You just read what's in front of you. I've spoken
to about 100 people in the final rounds of debate tournaments, where you
know the material but you're organizing it on the fly. I also spoke to
about 100 people at a city council meeting, where I was totally winging
it because I hadn't planned on speaking but felt there
the largest audience i have ever addressed would have to be my church audience of over two hundred people.
first time was when i was a toddler and gave my easter speech. i did that
every year until i was about 13.
I've spoken in front of about 1000 in an auditorium, but I've also worked on radio so I've addressed much larger amounts, but there is less pressure that way.
About 300 or 400 people at the Relay for Life. I spoke as a cancer survivor.
About 300 when I was 13 or 14 as part of a church meeting. About 200-250 when I was 26 and doing stand-up.
Hmmm, pretty large. I've been in a lot of plays and given speaches. Um...1000-1500?