Does Your Child Experience Stage Fright?
Stage fright is a very common experience, not just for adults, but for children as well. Many children enjoy performing in front of an audience, but are held up by fear. Oftentimes, children are simply excited to perform and this nervous energy is misconstrued as fear by adults. Children then associate their adrenaline rush with a negative feeling.
In a sense many children learn to experience stage fright from their teachers, parents, or peers. Stage fright is one of the many issues we address at Gary Spatz’s “The Playground” – a TV/Film conservatory for young adults in Los Angeles, CA.