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    He puts on the scenes

    If a play runs for, let's say, 1y 00 dates we can say it has 100 repeats.
    Is it the same with a pop star's tour. If the pop star's tour reaches 200 dates is it ok to define them reruns or repeats or it is better to call them "dates", "shows", "concerts"?
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    Re: He puts on the scenes

    I'm not quite sure I understand you. Are you asking about a tour in which the pop star has 200 gigs/appearances?

    Whatever else, they will not be "re-runs" or "repeats" since essentially a live performance is always unique, even if using the same material.


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    Re: He puts on the scenes

    Hi Anglika, yes I am talking of "whatever else". SO I should define them dats, shows, concerts right? Thanks


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    Re: He puts on the scenes

    Yes> shows or concerts would be fine - I had also used "gigs" and "appearances" which are possibilities.


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    Re: He puts on the scenes

    Thakns a lot. Your help is always great!

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