in rehearsal

in rehearsal

a stage of development in the production of a play, opera, or concert, involving many rehearsals. The play is in rehearsal now and will open next month. While the opera was still in rehearsal, the star developed a hatred for the director.
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I've been in rehearsal halls uptown and down and backstage in theaters from coast to coast.
Similarly, in Rehearsal II (Ensayo II), 2001-2006, the actions of a lone stripper undressing (in front of lurid red velvet curtains that exaggerate the theatricality of the situation) are coordinated with a sound track of an unseen singer and pianist rehearsing a somber Franz Schubert song.
Rehearsal is only one, albeit important, factor in where these plays come from, but they escape any restrictive historical grounding, in rehearsal or elsewhere.
3) Joining the singers in rehearsal is CSUN's Shira Brown.
draws largely on Susan Letzler Cole's 1992 study, Directors in Rehearsal.
And I did my rewrite there in rehearsal, which didn't allow me to lay back off the material and do patchwork.
The piece in rehearsal is Mozart's Requiem, and will be sung at the first concert of the season on Friday November 3 in Huddersfield Town Hall.
In contrast to the themes of temporality and recursion in Rehearsal I, Alys's exhibition in Wolfsburg, essentially a midcareer survey, had a distinctly spatial emphasis.
They teach you important musical skills such as how to focus in rehearsal and relate with others to music; you learn how to follow a conductor and take directions; how to mark a score; how to take cues from other parts and the piano; and how to count, read intervals and shape phrases musically and more.
When the company is at home in rehearsal McDermott puts in more of a traditional forty-hour workweek.
5 percent increases in each of the next two years, plus "significant increases in rehearsal pay.
He demonstrated the way Balanchine would stand calmly in rehearsal with his hands folded, looking down, before producing a long passage of choreography.
There is an extra thrill for us who value Points in Space to watch it in rehearsal.
This ninety-seven-minute, 35-mm black-and-white film lovingly captures Royal Danish Ballet dancers Heidi Ryom and Lloyd Riggins in rehearsal with Henning Kronstam.
The cast and creative team have already arrived at the venue and are busily working away in rehearsals.