The series 'Onlookers,' seeks to affirm that street entertainment by street performers is just as delightfully entertaining as being a passive viewer and consumer of other forms of medium---namely television in our popular culture. Throngs of viewers from this series shot in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, were thoroughly entertained and fasinated by the creative, innovative and cleverly arranged street performer's acts. In many cities across the world, busking has significantly diminsihed and is considered somewhat 'disruptive.' In the United States, 'the First Amendment protects buskers' since some lawmakers consider the act of busking is a form of speech. With no liquid crystal display to encumber the view, live performances viewed in public make both the participant and viewer feel as if onlooking as a diversion is more participatory than passive as often these entertainers engage the audience.