Enthralled by the theater or intensely eager for a career in acting.(adjective)
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Use "stage-struck" in a sentence
"Based on a 2003 novel by Robert Kaplow, the movie is a coming-of-age screwball comedy in which Zac Efron, lately of "High School Musical," plays a stage-struck high-school senior who unexpectedly finds himself playing a bit part in "Julius Caesar.""
"Warning to stage-struck Gleeks: Don't go to Sardi's expecting to encounter the Patti LuPones of the theater world."
"CHANNEL SURFING: Broadway star Sutton Foster, whose ABC Family pilot (from Amy Sherman-Palladino) reportedly has been picked up to series, appears on USA Network's Royal Pains (10/9c) in a stage-struck episode about a Hollywood actor (Medium's Jake Weber) who comes to the Hamptons to do Shakespeare, and all's not well that ends well. ..."