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staging

Redecorating a home, including the use of rented furniture and accessories, to make it appear more attractive to potential buyers.

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"It is also such an honor to be acknowledged personally for my contributions to the staging industry.
"It's a mistake to stray from that." Devon Carney, CB's ballet master in-chief who is staging the lakeside scenes, agrees.
Friedman's take on this dynamic is perhaps more generous than my own, though I admit his suggestive staging ideas for the troubling ends of these plays lend credence to his thesis without romanticizing (by mangling/bowdlerizing the plays beyond recognition), or subverting early modern "comic" intentions (by absolutely denying the healing potential).
Richard Cave considers the choice of playtexts, stage space, scenery, costuming, acting, and directing in the first section; Brian Woolland presents pedagogical strategies for teaching and workshopping Jonson's plays in theater classes in the second part; Elizabeth Schafer addresses postcolonial and gender issues in staging Jonson's plays in the conclusion.
Tomasson's staging has two major innovations--apart from ghost Wilis in the second act who actually fly, a neat touch redolent of the age of the Romantic Ballet, and as I recall not used since the Royal Ballet attempted it in 1946.
In 1962, when John Cranko revamped his 1958 La Scala staging of Romeo and Juliet for his Stuttgart Ballet, only a dozen other productions of the Prokofiev score had preceded it.
RESA has over 2,000 members, over 50 chapters and 300 leaders who work to advance professionalism and excellence in real estate staging.