preperformance

adjective
pre·​per·​for·​mance | \ ˌprē-pər-ˈfȯr-mən(t)s , -pə-\
variants: or pre-performance

Definition of preperformance

: done or occurring before a performance preperformance anxiety Burge is sequestered backstage at Christie's Park Avenue headquarters, performing his final preperformance ritual.— Alan Deutschman

First Known Use of preperformance

1896, in the meaning defined above

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