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“It needs to be a perfectly choreographed dance, and we haven’t even started rehearsals yet,” said Soumi Saha, vice president of advocacy at Premier, a major group purchasing organization for hospitals.

When rehearsals started in August, every one of the nearly 1,000 staff members was tested before entering the house and asked to mask up.

From Vox

Sander still took precautions during rehearsals, wearing a mask whenever possible and trying to keep his distance from others — but he hasn’t had to submit to testing.

From Vox

I went to an understudy rehearsal, which is where they basically go up onstage and all of the understudies play all of the parts as if it was a live performance.

From Ozy

A February role-playing exercise in the Nevada desert by Barrington and six colleagues was a kind of dress rehearsal for the rover’s various instruments.

Prince may have pranced around like a carefree libertine onstage, but in rehearsal he was more drill sergeant than sprite.

In this clip, a teenage Minaj gets heated and throws a phone in a play rehearsal during her tenure at LaGuardia High School.

One, from a short preview of her rehearsal performance, is that Williams certainly boasts the vocal chops to do the part justice.

And he speaks about the perks of the two months of rehearsal with the full cast.

When we did it in the dress rehearsal one of the music cues was late and we both flubbed a rap line.

The steady use of the organ for an hour-and-a-half's choir rehearsal would exhaust the batteries.

Preparations for the first dress rehearsal of The Spring Road went on apace.

Mr. Monterey, the local manager, came himself to the dress rehearsal.

The following morning the rehearsal of The Spring Road went with a snap and vim that delighted everybody.

At an orchestral rehearsal, held specially for him, he conducted his new Don Quixote Fantasia.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rehearsal, such as: drill, practice session, reading, recital, tryout, and workout.

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