One example of an audience participation game is The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Advice. Another audience participation game is The Story Story Game.
To play The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Advice, three players sit or stand in a line on stage. The audience asks questions or describes problems. The three players on stage respond with good, bad and really bad advice. An emcee chooses who provides which type of advice. This game can be played as a "Die" game, which means if the "really bad" advice is not worse than the "bad" advice, the "really bad" advice-giver is replaced.
To play The Story Story Game, players sit or stand in a line on stage. The emcee asks the audience to provide a title and genre for a story. The emcee points to a player and that player must start telling a story. The emcee switches to another player whenever she decides. The players who follow must continue the story immediately as if they already anticipated the switch, even if the other player was in the middle of a sentence or word. Players who hesitate, fail to complete another player's sentence correctly or fail to make sense, lose and leave the stage. The last player standing must complete the story.