restage

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restage

(riːˈsteɪdʒ)
vb (tr)
1. (Ballet) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
2. (Film) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
3. (Theatre) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
4. (Broadcasting) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
5. to organize or carry out (an event) again, esp if it has been cancelled: attempts have been made to restage the race.
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restage


Past participle: restaged
Gerund: restaging

Imperative
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restage
Present
I restage
you restage
he/she/it restages
we restage
you restage
they restage
Preterite
I restaged
you restaged
he/she/it restaged
we restaged
you restaged
they restaged
Present Continuous
I am restaging
you are restaging
he/she/it is restaging
we are restaging
you are restaging
they are restaging
Present Perfect
I have restaged
you have restaged
he/she/it has restaged
we have restaged
you have restaged
they have restaged
Past Continuous
I was restaging
you were restaging
he/she/it was restaging
we were restaging
you were restaging
they were restaging
Past Perfect
I had restaged
you had restaged
he/she/it had restaged
we had restaged
you had restaged
they had restaged
Future
I will restage
you will restage
he/she/it will restage
we will restage
you will restage
they will restage
Future Perfect
I will have restaged
you will have restaged
he/she/it will have restaged
we will have restaged
you will have restaged
they will have restaged
Future Continuous
I will be restaging
you will be restaging
he/she/it will be restaging
we will be restaging
you will be restaging
they will be restaging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been restaging
you have been restaging
he/she/it has been restaging
we have been restaging
you have been restaging
they have been restaging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been restaging
you will have been restaging
he/she/it will have been restaging
we will have been restaging
you will have been restaging
they will have been restaging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been restaging
you had been restaging
he/she/it had been restaging
we had been restaging
you had been restaging
they had been restaging
Conditional
I would restage
you would restage
he/she/it would restage
we would restage
you would restage
they would restage
Past Conditional
I would have restaged
you would have restaged
he/she/it would have restaged
we would have restaged
you would have restaged
they would have restaged
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

restage

vt play etcwieder aufführen; scene, eventnachstellen, rekonstruieren
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References in periodicals archive ?
COMPLETE with aerial acrobatics, Ballet Philippines promises to take kids and kids-at-heart to magical Neverland when it restages Edna Vida Froilan's Peter Pan this Christmas season.
He restages pointillism in his lightbulb sculptures; evokes Cubist collage in Untitled (Landscape VI), 2000-2001; and plays with Surrealist themes in on we go and Spinning Eyes, 1998.
Happily, his legacy lives on, notably through the Utah-based Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company (Shirley Ririe and Joan Woodbury studied with Nikolais in the early 1950s; see "Ririe-Woodbury Restages Nikolais Work," DANCE MAGAZINE, September 2003).
Examining the work of Hamlet's critics, Lee restages the controversies of self which the play enacts, charting debates over character, identity, and interiority, a chief focus of the play's criticism.
In The Third Memory, 2000, he restages the bank heist depicted in Sidney Lumet's 1975 Dog Day Afternoon, which starred Al Pacino as John Wojtowicz--the good-looking young robber who risked his life to pay for his lover's sex-change operation.
While James Angus's second one-man show indeed restages the medium's unraveling, it does so however from a new direction--by intersecting sculpture with a related (although ultimately distinct) form of object production, the architectural model.