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juliet asked:

09 Feb 2011

HELP ME!!! i sing a lot and I'm going on stage in april for the first time!!!

I sing, dance and write songs but i have terrible stage fright!! what can i do to get over it by Easter?



loveablecannibalmuffin says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2011

LOL, that happened to me, too. [: I just practiced in front of my family, then my friends, and then I got used to it. :D HOPE THIS HELPS & GOOD LUCK !


tonibaloni97 says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2011

i'm not really a performer, but I am in my school choir and have had to read a poem in front of the entire school staff. What I usually do is scan the audience right before the performance to find a familiar face. WHile I'm singing or reading, I look at that familiar face. It just gives me comfort. If you want though I'll ask my friend waht she does, cause she's a singer and dancer. I'll get back 2 u


neonsrt says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2011

Take a very deep breathe ..when i have to sing i usually look at something other than the crowd like a clock or threw a window to take my mind off of the audience.Its ok to be nervous (they sometime go away while your performing well atleast for me they do).


tonibaloni97 says:

Posted on 14 Feb 2011

ooo, just remembered! if you're singing a song dedicated (or secretly dedicated) to someone, look at them. idk if u no the song what is this feeling from wicked,but my choir preformed it, and my crush's gf was in the audience, and i just stared her down the entire time. well, not the entire time, because there was choreography, but you get the idea. :P i think the most important thing is that you put your heart and soul into it and have a blast! i'll get back to u on what my friend has to say. I've been sick for days so I haven't seen her....


becca_16 says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2011

I'm a drama student and perform in front of people all the time. I still get a lil nervous. but i recommend this. Start by performing in front of a friend, then your parents, and gradually perform in front of larger groups. The more you do it, the more at ease you feel. Hope that helps, ToniBaloni97 had a great idea. x


tonibaloni97 says:

Posted on 14 Feb 2011

thanks for the shout out

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