- v engage in a rehearsal (of)
- We had to walk along a small alley where the Shanghai Philharmonic used to rehearse.
- Cheech and I never used to rehearse, especially movies, you know.
- I've read you all didn't rehearse beforehand.
News & Articles
- Ratio Theatre opens ‘Bardin’ in the Garden’ series Sunday
Joey Infinito, left, Andrea Owens, center, and Michael McGinn rehearse their Shakespearean verses in the Isaac Taylor Garden.
June 20, 2013 - New Bern Sun Journal
- Their shows must go on
Cast members of “The Elders Last Great Adventure,” Sanford Maine Stage’s first senior theater production, rehearse lines on Wednesday at Nasson Little Theatre. From left are Dave Goodwin, on stage, Beverly Perry, Peg Driscoll, Fred Boyle, Fleurette Bannon and Mary Stair.
June 20, 2013 - Weekly Observer
- Critical seconds saved during brain aneurysm procedure with pre-surgery rehearsal
( University Hospitals Case Medical Center ) Surgical Theater's Surgical Rehearsal Platform provided neurosurgeons the opportunity to rehearse a complicated cerebral case before entering the operating room, saving the surgical team critical seconds on a time-sensitive procedure. The procedure occurred at University Hospitals Case Medical Center.
June 20, 2013 - EurekAlert!
- Pamela Melroy in Forbes
There's a lot of choreography that goes into a spacewalk. We like to practice them and mentally rehearse them many, many times, and so it is difficult to put something together like this,Melroy said in a series of TV interviews.
- Ricky Gervais in Washington Post
Everyone is sitting around and drinking. I'm going to be drunk, and I'm not going to rehearse. So, it's the perfect gig for me,Gervais told Reuters on Tuesday, with a laugh.
- Clint Eastwood in Melbourne Herald Sun
Actors know, with me they aren't going to be allowed to rehearse a scene for a couple of hours and then get away with doing 25 takes before we get it right. So they come with their full bag of tricks,Eastwood said. "Angelina is a lot like...