English version

stage fright in Theatre topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstage frightˈstage fright noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š APTFRIGHTENEDnervousness felt by someone who is going to perform in front of a lot of people πŸ”Š Den suffered terribly from stage fright. πŸ”Š an attack of stage fright
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stage frightβ€’ Den suffered terribly from stage fright and had some real moments of crisis which of course never showed from the front.β€’ But then, she recalled wryly, nor had stage fright.β€’ In the nick of time, they discovered her in a state of hapless stage fright.β€’ Q: Do you ever have stage fright?β€’ So to overcome her fear, she spent two hours a day doing relaxation exercises to conquer her stage fright.β€’ Early attacks of stage fright were cured by a thimbleful of Courvoisier.β€’ Not a touch of stage fright.suffered ... from stage frightβ€’ Den suffered terribly from stage fright and had some real moments of crisis which of course never showed from the front.