walk-through

Definitions

Media Studies

  • noun an early play rehearsal without props or costumes, or a television rehearsal without cameras, usually held to practise basic moves and positions
  • verb
    (written as walk through)
    to rehearse something in a simple way, without props or costumes, mainly practising basic moves and positions
  • verb
    (written as walk through)
    to rehearse a television programme without cameras

Theater

  • An early rehearsal of a play in which movements, entrances, and exits arefirst added in (see blocking). It is usually carried out withthe actors reading from the script while standing and walking.Compare run-through.
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