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Hello,
I am not sure how to correct these sentences in term of grammar and semantics.
Can you give me a hand.
Thank you for your help.

Speaking of the benefits of attending a live play includes experiencing an atmosphere at scene and enjoying a sense of immediacy.

Which one is right?

When going to a live concert, we can clearly see performers' body languages, facial expressions,gestures and sentiments, enabling us to appreciate their shows.

When going to a live concert, we can clearly see performers' body languages, facial expressions,gestures and sentiments which enable us to appreciate their shows.
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A modified form of the second would be better, I think.

When going to a live concert, we can clearly see the players' body language, facial expressions, gestures, and feelings, which enable us to appreciate their performance(s).

Or: ... performers' body language, ... their efforts.

(I wouldn't use both "performer" and "performance" in the same sentence, and "shows" doesn't work, so you have to substitute something there.)

Emotion: smile

CJ
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I would rephrase the sentences as follows:

At a live concert, our clearly seeing the performers' body language, facial expressions, gestures, and sentiments enables us to appreciate their shows.

It is not on the way to the concert, but at it that we can see the expressions, etc..

In the first sentence, "enabling" is a participle functioning as an adjective, but what does it modify?

This may be a fine point, but in the second sentence it is not the expressions, etc, which enable us to appreciate their show. Rather it is our seeing the expressions and so forth.

I am not sure whether it should be the performers' body "language" or "languages." On the one hand, each performer must have his own body language. On the other, it's sort of a general talent, like "the pianists' virtuosity" or "the dancers' agility."