"It's a great American play," Stiller says, eating a bowl of oatmeal during a rehearsal break on a recent morning.
And U.S. Air Force officers are very concerned at what could be a rehearsal of a deadly mission.
Then we did a lot of rehearsal, improv, and a lot of talking about the script and everything, but never ever touched that scene.
One, from a short preview of her rehearsal performance, is that Williams certainly boasts the vocal chops to do the part justice.
In fact, after the rehearsal her stand would become bigger and bigger during the night.
I promised Gombert and the leader of the boy choir to lend them a helping hand, so we shall probably meet at the rehearsal.
It was as though the other night had been a rehearsal, and as if now she knew what was coming.
To this Ned readily agreed, with the result that the rehearsal of the part caused no end of merriment.
These USO trips, the rehearsal, the excitement of the last hour.
The rehearsal ended for one day, and Carrie went home feeling that she had acquitted herself satisfactorily.
rehearsal re·hears·al (rĭ-hûr'səl)
The process of repeating information, such as a name or a list of words, in order to remember it.