Adjective "restage" definition and examples

(Restage may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/riːˈsteɪdʒ/

Definitions and examples

verb

Present (a performance or public event) again or differently.
  1. 'the choreographer completely restaged the dance sequences'
  2. 'No fresh date has yet been fixed for the fixture to be restaged.'
  3. 'Hopefully, the Theatre will restage it at some point.'
  4. 'When it was restaged at the beginning of this year in the new house, it seemed as intense and potently ambiguous as ever.'
  5. 'Do you think that the classics should be restaged for each new generation?'
  6. 'She has respectfully and respectably restaged the dances.'
  7. 'Medea was popular enough to be repeatedly restaged in the next century, and was re-created in Latin by Seneca for the brutal world of the early Roman Empire.'
  8. 'Cinematically, it restages the celluloid of the 60s and 70s: early Godard, Bonnie and Clyde, Badlands, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.'
  9. 'In past projects, he has restaged riots from the 1984-85 Miners Strikes using the original participants, used teenage film-makers to shoot documentaries and arranged acid-house music for brass bands.'
  10. 'The two other black companies are restaging musicals they have performed before.'
  11. 'We came across reviews for the play last year and immediately put a case for restaging the work in New Zealand which was accepted.'

More definitions

1. a single step or degree in a process; a particular phase, period, position, etc., in a process, development, or series.

2. a raised platform or floor, as for speakers, performers, etc.

3. Theater. the platform on which the actors perform in a theater. this platform with all the parts of the theater and all the apparatus back of the proscenium.

4. the stage, the theater, especially acting, as a profession: He plans to make the stage his career.

5. Movies. sound stage.

6. the sc

More examples(as adjective)

"interviews can be restage."

Origin

(stage)