Starting from the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on the live performance, the article observes the mediatization processes of liveness and in particular the digital liveness. The significant proposal of live online performances can be considered first of all an important antidote to the discomfort created by social distancing but also an opportunity for artistic experimentation towards new formats. In particular, the article focuses the attention on the proposal of streaming performances and the dissemination of one-to-one online performance. At the same time, the article recalls some research carried out during the lockdown and aimed at the digital public. The results of these surveys show how the willingness of the public to attend/participate in live events online opens up interesting lines of research focused on the domestic cultural consumption during and after the emergency situation.
Keywords: Digital liveness, mediatization, streaming, one-to-one performance, audience