Definitions for "Rehearsal"
The act of rehearsing; recital; narration; repetition; specifically, a private recital, performance, or season of practice, in preparation for a public exhibition or exercise.
Mnemonic strategy to keep an item in working memory through conscious repetition. (275)
Process of practicing an action or activity in order to perfect it.
The process of practising the play until it is ready.
The gathering of actors and director to put a play into production; the period in which the director stages the play and the actors develop and repeat their dialogue and actions; etymologically, a "reharrowing," or repeated digging into. In French, the comparable term is répétition.
the time period before a play opens involving the practice of the dialogue, movement, rhythms and interpretations of the play.
The process of repeating the same action or exercise several times in order to memorise it.
Running through a scene without the camera actually filming the action to work out any unknown action, mistakes, or movement or for last second directions or instructions.
Keywords:  elaborative, maintenance, see
See elaborative rehearsal, maintenance rehearsal.
The process of actively reviewing material in an attempt to remember it.
Keywords:  idea, great, time, you
a great idea, if you have time
Keywords:  programming, see
See programming by rehearsal.