prerehearsal

prerehearsal

(ˌpriːrɪˈhɜːsəl)
adj
relating to the period before a rehearsal
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To preserve her cardio level and get a prerehearsal boost, Joseph faithfully attends an hour-long spin class four to five days a week at her local YMCA.
The Glagolitic Mass has now been published by Barenreiter as part of the Complete Critical Edition and in two forms, the "September 1927," prerehearsal version (corresponding in part to Wingfield's version), and a standard version (corresponding to the original edition issued by Universal Edition in 1928-29).
Exceptionally, however, the prerehearsal volume is attributed to Zahnidka alone.
A particularly useful addition is the chapter "A Productive Warm-Up," in which the importance of this prerehearsal ritual is explained, as well as suggestions for effective sequences.
I have noticed that since I've become the CSM I don't hear as much of the chattering that goes on as I would have," McGarity said about the prerehearsal banter.
Which is why Egoyan has scheduled some unusual prerehearsal rehearsals in the Imperial Oil Theatre, the large, redbrick facility that's part of the COC's Tanenbaum Centre headquarters.
There are screen tests of De Niro for Sonny and Martin Sheen for Michael, and hilarious commentary by Caan and Duvall concerning what went on during prerehearsal meetings before "The Godfather" began filming.
It's been a while since she directed there - Shirley Valentine was her last production - but as we chat over a prerehearsal breakfast coffee in the theatre's upstairs bar she is obviously delighted to be back.
If they do not, librarians could find themselves preparing the traditional paper copies with all the necessary markings lot prerehearsal practice, and then doubling their work by digitally preparing the same music again for rehearsals and performances on the eStands.
The executing command must plan on conducting collaboration meetings and at least three prerehearsals.
During collaboration meetings and prerehearsals, the participants develop "linkages" among presenters, reduce friction points, and eliminate conflicting information.