preperformance

preperformance

(ˌpriːpəˈfɔːməns)
adj
occurring before a performance
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Tickets are $15 and include preperformance appetizers and a drink.
5) Insomnia and subsequent fatigue are also likely associated with preperformance anxiety.
The Ucheldre Kitchen will be open for preperformance light refreshments.
A study by Hunt and Short (2006) found that perceptions of wearing adhesive ankle tape "ranged from feelings of increased confidence, increased strength, decreased anxiety for injury or re-injury, mental preparation prior to performance, part of preperformance routines, and even part of superstitious behaviors" (p.
It's all part of her preperformance ritual since taking on the role to critical acclaim at last year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe and getting to know the performer who tragically died aged just 27 in 1970.
I arrive in Korea without bags, so the first job is to get to a department store to buy clothes for the preperformance talk I am due to give before the Asian premiere of Greek.
2009) The effects of a motivational general-arousal imagery intervention upon preperformance symptoms in male rugby union players.
1996, Rhythmicity And Preperformance Ritual: Stabilizing Aflexible Systeme, Research Quarterly For Exercise And Sport, 67(3), 288-296.
Cutforth said he understood what riches lay in Lovelace and Hall's mountain of footage when staff members cataloguing the hours of makeup- free downtime, preperformance prayer circles and fan meet and greets, excitedly flagged a raw moment unflinchingly recorded.
As mentioned above, he posits the creation of two preperformance copies (although "only one such copy usually survives" [p.
Preperformance state, routines, and automaticity: What does it take to realize expertise in self-paced events?