stage fright


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stage fright

nervousness or panic that may beset a person about to appear in front of an audience
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Asked if he still gets stage fright, Sir Paul, 74, said: "I always say to my promoter: 'Put one show on sale and see how it goes.
Keith Rees, 43, who had worked as a warm-up man for a string of acts, hit the bottle after his stage fright left him unable to work, a court heard yesterday.
At the outset of this manual, Stohrer relates her own story of learning to cope with stage fright.
She also kicked off a brief residency at New York City's La Martinique, though stage fright haunted her there, and she swore off nightclub work.
Playing Scared: A History and Memoir of Stage Fright will appeal to two audiences: those interested in autobiographies and memoirs, and those with a special interest in performance stories.
Clark said: "One or two looked like they had a little bit of stage fright.
I've always been musical but I had chronic stage fright which is why I never did anything.
com that offers a unique cure for stage fright, the fear of public speaking and indeed any form of performance anxiety.
INSIDE ITV2's The Big Reunion: On Tour bubble, Kerry Katona's crippled with stage fright and "Jenny Frost's disembodied warbling".
Stating that Kerrigan looked like a 'lonely forlorn young fellow', Selvey said that the player might instead have been affected by performance anxiety or stage fright as he found himself in a situation in which various elements, which on their own may have had minimal effect, compounded to a humiliating degree.
ROBBIE Williams says he has no plans to return to live performance due to his crippling stage fright.