Simple past tense and past participle of restage. (verb)
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Use "restaged" in a sentence
"To recreate the scene, imagine the aftermath of the battle of Maldon restaged on the nursery ground's sodden and sticky turf: entire divisions of genial, man-shorted, smartphone-braying figures roiling giddily from bench to grass, many already on their knees, others entirely capsized."
"Willful eccentricity is the name of the game as, for instance, George Cruikshank's 19th-century satirical painting The Worship of Bacchus is restaged in a Victorian toy theatre featuring modern-day heroic over-imbibers such as George Best, Courtney Love, Oliver Reed and Hunter S Thompson."
"Byrne sets up image-and-text compositions in which there is often a deliberate dislocation between pictures, whether moving or still, and words, whether broadcast or printed, just as there is an uneasy relationship between historical fact and restaged re-enactment."