And Stage Fright also taught her other important acting lessons.
She admitted that during her first pilot season, she was cast as the lead in a show — and while the series was never picked up by a network, the role gave her an opportunity to get a real introduction to the entertainment industry.
But Lizzy is also emotional, and Sophie said there were quite a few scenes where she had to learn to cry on command, only to transition quickly into a happier scene afterward.
It's different than going on stage and having people cheer on for you while you're singing your music.
Popular 14-year-old makes her acting debut as Lizzy, the show's lead character and stage manager who's on a mission to find out who's behind the chandelier drop that injured the play's lead.