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Stage Fright & Overcoming Fear.

Updated: Apr 14

Conquering Stage Fright: A Magician’s Guide


Understanding Stage Fright

Overcoming Stage Fright: From Childhood to Adulthood

For the Young Magician

  • Encouragement: Stress the importance of supportive mentors and positive reinforcement.

  • Practice: Highlight the role of consistent practice in familiar settings to build confidence.

Transitioning into Teenage Years

  • Peer Support: Suggest joining magic clubs or groups to share experiences and learn from others.

  • Performance Opportunities: Encourage participation in school events or local competitions to gain experience.

As an Adult Performer

  • Professional Development: Recommend workshops and masterclasses for skill enhancement.

  • Mental Preparation: Emphasize the importance of mental rehearsal and visualization techniques.

Best Practices to Alleviate Stage Fright

  1. Preparation: Thoroughly know your material and routine.

  2. Relaxation Techniques: Use deep breathing, meditation, or yoga to calm nerves before a performance.

  3. Positive Self-Talk: Replace negative thoughts with affirmations and confidence-boosting mantras.

  4. Focus on the Audience’s Enjoyment: Shift the focus from yourself to the entertainment of your audience.

  5. Acceptance: Understand that some nervousness is a natural part of performing and can be channeled into energy for your show.


I encourage you to embrace your unique style and to view stage fright as a challenge to overcome, rather than a barrier to success. We'll keep a space for you at Magistrorum Convention to help you get some practice with friends.

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