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Aguirre added that if he had rehearsed the witness, it was only for them to tell the truth.
The rehearsed reading versions of this work that we have been producing at Forced Entertainment provide groups of young people in different contexts with a chance to engage with the text, workshopping towards a public presentation and encountering the ideas and new approaches to performance that it demands.
The Welsh version is to be rehearsed after lunch, followed by the evening final dress-run in English.
Singer Michael Williams visited the school yesterday to run a music workshop with 20 pupils aged between 8-11 when they rehearsed Stand By Me and Saturday Night at the Movies - two songs that they will perform at the Empire.
Last month, Canadian superstar Celine Dion rehearsed at the school, which has been named the top high school in the world for film at the Raindance Film Festival in London.
At 7pm there is a performance of the rehearsed works.
BLACK-and-white hats were donned as performers rehearsed for a production of musical classic My Fair Lady.
THE BBC National Orchestra of Wales has rehearsed for the final time in its studio at BBC Wales in Llandaff, Cardiff.
to practice in private in preparation for a public performance <We rehearsed our play.
THE commentator charged with describing the Vodafone Derby for millions of BBC viewers yesterday said he has not rehearsed any fancy lines in the event of a Frankie Dettori victory, writes Lee Mottershead.
In the present study participants were expert dancers who learned and rehearsed novel, complex, whole-body dance sequences five hours a week across five weeks.
A wide variety of repertoire had to be learned and rehearsed.