Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of restage.
  • n. A staging again; a subsequent performance.

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Examples

  • All of us involved in restaging this drama knew and still know how fraught with contradictions it is for us as a new century begins and how carefully we needed and still need to avoid burying these problems by viewing such

    Directing Obi in the Year 2000

  • Snyder does seem to understand this in restaging the Kennedy assassination with one of his masked heroes as the culprit, drawing a line pure and true from Zapruder’s inauguration of film as history to the comic-book medium’s inextricable hold on the collective imagination-in-formation.

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  • Doug, I guess my question goes on this whole thing of kind of restaging and re-launching.

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  • The central piece is probably "The Crypt of Bronte," restaging "Wuthering Heights" in a gothic horror "Tales from the Crypt" environment.

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  • The only suggestive restaging of the past is in the use of doorway fragments from long-gone mansions to frame some gallery entrances.

    The New World Reborn

  • Melnick has worked as an assistant director to Trisha Brown, creating and restaging two operas, Schubert's 'Winterreise', and Scrainno's 'De Gelo a Gelo'.

    Debra Levine: Jodi Melnick & David Neumann Premiere Their Profound "July" at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

  • "Golem," its groundbreaking dance-theater interpretation of the myth, was co-produced with La MaMa E.T.C. in 1997, and beginning on Thursday, for La MaMa's 50th anniversary season, the company is restaging it in the Ellen Stewart Theatre, said to be the site of New York's first Yiddish play in the late 19th century.

    Golem Comes to Life

  • The highlight is a triple bill at Sadler's Wells, EC1 Thu & Fri which starts with the always enterprising CandoCo Dance Company in its restaging of Trisha Brown's Set And Reset.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • While much of the North seems content to sponsor forums and hold battlefield tours, these defenders of the Southern Cause are on the march - reenacting victorious battles, restaging Davis's inauguration, performing musket salutes and holding membership drives.

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  • The first portion of "Still Moving," for example a restaging of his previous work, "Near the Terrace" conjures the illusion of dancers as still sculptures who pop to life at random moments as music—Arvo Part's "Fur Alina" and "Spiegel Im Spiegel"—is performed.

    At the Met, the Art Moves

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