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read-through

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Definition of read-through in English:

noun

An initial rehearsal of a play at which actors read their parts from scripts: the read-through of Peter Pan finished at midday
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  • It's the same Wednesday read-throughs, and the scripts have to be in Tuesday and the rehearsal done on Friday.
  • We see the script read-through, which reveals Lee's excellent working relationship with his cast.
  • The cast moved seats into a circle for the first read-through of their scripts.

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