1 edition of Playing scared found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||BF575.F2 .S656 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||2014036488|
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Sara Solovitch takes a dry, almost documentary-like subject like stage fright and makes it into a very human, very interesting book. She was a child prodigy at the age of 2 playing the piano but finally gave into her her awful stage fright by her 20s and quit. She has studied the subject and given us fascinating examples here/5(29).
This book also will appeal to anyone who plays or enjoys piano music, which permeates the story. Stage fright is a mutiny of the mind against the body. Performance anxiety is the rapid, shallow breathing that occurs when muscles contract and shaking begins.
Shyness and stage fright happen in social situations with unfamiliar people/5. “Not only has Sara Solovitch written a gripping and compelling tale of her own journey as a musical performer confronting stage fright, PLAYING SCARED will hold significance for anyone who fears the spotlight, whether in the boardroom, on the playing field or on stage.
In her fascinating and wide-ranging new book, Playing Scared, Sara Solovitch never definitively answers these questions, but she explores them from a variety of different angles while embarked on a Author: Scott Stossel.
Playing scared: my journey through stage fright. [Sara Solovitch] -- "Stage fright is one of the human psyche's deepest fears. Laurence Olivier learned to adapt to it, as have actors Salma Hayek and Hugh Grant.
Musicians such as George Harrison and Adele have battled. PLAYING SCARED: A History and Memoir of Stage Fright Sara Solovitch Drawing on her own story and the experiences of others she meets--actors, preachers, athletes, even a tightrope walker--Solovich offers a thoughtful examination of one of the human psyche's deepest fears, illuminating its many causes and the equally diverse ways to overcome it.
Playing Scared is journalist Sara Solovitch's first book. Her work has appeared in Politico, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times and Wired. She lives in Santa Cruz, Calif. Christine Z. Buy Playing Scared: A History and Memoir of Stage Fright by Solovitch, Sara (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Debra Tidball teams up with Digby and his friend Renee for a special reading of "The Scared Book" (released 2 September, ). Book Summary "Stage fright is one of the human psyche's deepest fears. Laurence Olivier learned to adapt to it, as have actors Salma Hayek and Hugh Grant.
Musicians such as Author: Sara Solovitch. Playing Scared is Sara Solovitch's journey into the myriad causes of stage fright and the equally diverse ways we can overcome it. As a young child, Sara studied piano and fell in love with music. As a teen, she played Bach and Mozart at her hometown's annual music festival, but was overwhelmed by stage fright, which led her to give up Reviews: 5.
Playing Scared is Solovitch’s first book, but since it covers a subject with which she has a direct and intense personal experience, it. Playing Scared is a compelling account of her journey, from the first awkward piano recitals, to playing in airport lounges for strangers, to booking the hall for her final test.
A debut memoir by a health and medical journalist about the stage fright that forced her to forsake her promise as a musical prodigy. Interspersed with her own story, Solovitch provides plenty of context on performance anxiety in general: its roots (both in the individual and in the culture), its history of treatment, and its : Sara Solovitch.
Praise For Playing Scared: A History and Memoir of Stage Fright “Interspersed with her own story, Solovitch provides plenty of context on performance anxiety in general For those who similarly suffer, and they are legion, the book suggests, the.
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Get this from a library. Playing scared: a history and memoir of stage fright. [Sara Solovitch] -- "Stage fright is one of the human psyche's deepest fears. Laurence Olivier learned to adapt to it, as have actors Salma Hayek and Hugh Grant. Musicians such as. Playing Scared: A History and Memoir of Stage Fright by Sara Solovitch; Dina Pearlman Playing Scared | Stage fright is one of the human psyche's deepest fears.
Laurence Olivier learned to adapt to it, as have actors Salma Hayek and Hugh Grant. Musicians such as George Harrison and Adele have battled it and learned to cope.
Sara Solovitch takes a dry, almost documentary-like subject like stage fright and makes it into a very human, very interesting book. She was a child prodigy at the age of 2 playing the piano but finally gave into her her awful stage fright by her 20s and quit. She has studied the subject and given us fascinating examples here/5.Social stories were a total game changer for us.
They have helped my son get through things like attending a funeral for the first time and managing the sensory overload that comes along with filling up the bathtub.This book may only be reproduced with written permission from the author.
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