rehearsal


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The railway conveyed the three, in excellent time, to Evergreen Lodge; and at one o'clock the rehearsal began.
The company was due at Marvis Bay on the following evening for the last spasm of rehearsals.
in particular, rehearsals had just reached that stage of brisk delirium when the author toys with his bottle of poison and the stage-manager becomes icily polite.
His woodenness was, however, confined to stage rehearsals.
The rehearsals,' admitted Mr Mifflin, handsomely, 'weren't perfect; but you wait.
His experience on the stage, gathered at innumerable rehearsals with actresses who had sorely tried his temper, had accustomed him to speak roughly to women who were distasteful to him.
Vienna-Falls' membership has consistently increased and the Providence location provides accommodations for a variety of rehearsal options, break-out rooms for section rehearsals and a larger performance space.
Paying for dancers' time often acts as a de facto organizer for choreographers, forcing them to only call the dancers they need to rehearsal and to use that time productively.
Battle drill or standard operating procedure rehearsal.
ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad Police on Wednesday performed rehearsal to meet any kind of emergency situation through SOS call.
We have a two week rehearsal period and the first week is spent in the rehearsal room, learning the script, the songs and the dances.
A rehearsal is the most effective synchronization tool available to commanders.