In theater, the spectators are not innocent, they are not blank white papers that anyone can write whatever he wants. They have awareness and culture. Their luggage, their soul is full of images, feelings, knowledge and references. They have an established code through which they perceive the world around them and thus the theater. In their luggage, they also have the imagination and poetry with which they interact with what is happening on stage. The spectator is, he also (by another point of view), a subject in need for … initiation to the theater secrets. The scene emits meanings. And these meanings are looking for recipients. And the recipient is none other than the viewer, the spectator. The art of seeing and receiving what is emitted by the scene is equally important as the creator’s art. Because the spectator in theater is also a creator. If the people that work on stage are appropriately educated and cultured around the subject of theater, then the spectators must have equal qualifications. The seminars entitled “the art of spectator” are related to this issue. They are discussions on the theater and its code. The seminars include the view of performances which, then, are processed and analyzed by theatrological, aesthetic and sociological perspective.