In an attack of stage fright

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I am wondering if my sentences are grammatically correct. I have tried to use "stage fright."

In an attack of stage fright, the well-known actor stammered and blushed. The audience began to murmur and whisper, which only deepened his embarrassment.
 

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teechar,
I have to tell you that I don't understand your question. I tried to use "stage fright" but I didn't know how to begin my sentence, and therefore I started with "in an attack." Do you know some other phrase or a word I could use with the similar meaning? Or should I use "the" like "in the attack..."
 

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For instance, if you were writing an article/paper about stage fright, your focus might be the attacks or episodes.

In the above, consider:

The well-known actor stammered and blushed with stage fright.
 
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