nervousness felt by a performer or speaker when appearing before an audience.
nervousness or panic that may beset a person about to appear in front of an audience
See performance anxiety
Acute nervousness when performing or speaking before an audience, as in When John first had to present his findings to the board of directors, stage fright made him stutter. [ Second half of 1800s ]
noun 1. a person who moves properties, regulates lighting, etc., in a theatrical production. noun 1. a person who sets the stage, moves props, etc, in a theatrical production
noun, Theater. 1. the part of the stage that is left of center as one faces the audience. noun 1. the part of the stage to the left of a performer facing the audience
[steyj-man-ij] /ˈsteɪdʒˌmæn ɪdʒ/ verb (used with object), stage-managed, stage-managing. 1. to work as a stage manager for: When he wasn’t acting, he stage-managed a repertory theater. 2. to arrange or stage in order to produce a theatrical or spectacular effect: The clients were most impressed with the way she stage-managed the whole presentation. 3. to […]
noun 1. a person responsible for the technical details of a theatrical production, assisting the director during rehearsal, supervising the lighting, costuming, setting, prompting, etc., and assuming full responsibility for the stage during a performance of a play. stage manager noun 1. a person who supervises the stage arrangements of a theatrical production