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Have you ever performed on stage/in front of a crowd?
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Posted 9/16/13
Yes, many times.
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Posted 9/16/13
I took theatre classes from elementary school, middle school, and then an arts high school. I've performed in plays, skits, a whole bunch of monologues, and I've been in a musical. Loved it.
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Posted 9/16/13
I used to be a part of the dance club in elementary school, so every winter, spring, and summer i would dance in front of huge crowds, something that you would never catch me doing now lol.
Posted 9/17/13 , edited 9/17/13
Yes, and I hated every second of it.
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Posted 9/17/13
Fuck no
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Posted 9/17/13
Yes, and I've been loving it. I love to sing, and I love having people enjoy music, and that's what pushes me to give them a good performance for their ears' satisfaction.
Posted 9/18/13
~ o,..,o ~ The first time i performed on a stage i was 14, and i nervous as hell. It was a talent show. I won first place that day singing a spanish song. I have since sang in my friends parties & and some other functions. I don't really do it anymore now, but i still did when i was in my thirties. I only sing in the privacy of my crypt now. *smiles sweetly*
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Posted 9/18/13
I can't even answer the poll because I both liked and disliked it. It was soooo nerve wracking because I have anxiety. Really bad anxiety, but I wanted to challenge myself and so I entered a karaoke contest at an anime convention. I was terrified but I got it done. I messed up the lyrics to Kokoro a bit because of nerves but I still did it.
I dance in front of people all the time, especially at cons, because I am more confident of it than any other skill. I still get nervous about even that though. Even still I love doing it.
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Posted 9/18/13
I used to perform for every single school events and been doing that since I was.in kindergarden.
I mostly danced but I did a few drama shows, though I disliked the latter because I wasn't good at it and I felt awkward during the whole performance.
As for dances, I enjoyed them a lot even though I still felt nervous befofe getting on the stage (idk why I couldn't get used to it). But I didn't like it when it had to end haha~
I participated in a couple dance competiitions as a group and we lost, sadly xD
I stopped doing all those activities since I hurt my knee and something else that's way worse and I don't feel comfortable sharing, but those happened due to excessive amount of practice I was forced to do since there were way too many performances I had to participate in and my body was apparently unable to keep up

I really miss the thrill and would like to get back doing it again, because I also made a lot of friends in the process.
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19 / M / Bedfordshire
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Posted 9/19/13
No clue if it counts but i just abseiled of the college building (120km) in front of the whole college, so uhm does that count towards performing in front of a crowd even if it's not of the creative arts field?

If not then i once pee'd myself (literally) doing free style dance in front of the whole school at the age of 6!

Please allow the first one, the second one is degrading ;.;
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16 / F / Cleveland, Ohio
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Posted 9/21/13
I did a introduction speech for my graduation in middle school. I don't have stage fright but when I was walking off stage I stepped on one of them invisible steps and they saw me next fall.
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OP Nuked. Locked.
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