Reenactment

  • (noun): Performing a role in an event that occurred at an earlier time.
    Example: "The reenactment of the battle of Princeton"

Some articles on reenactment:

Réseau De Résistance Du Québécois - Protests & Campaigns
... In January 2009, the RRQ campaigned against the combat reenactment of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham ... of violence and that played a major role in the cancellation of the reenactment ... for the group, retired Quebec filmmaker Pierre Falardeau stated that if the reenactment took place, "some people will get their asses kicked" ...
Schutterij - Reenactment
... There are many historical reenactment schutterijen in the Netherlands who honour the old traditions, in the catholic regions many municipalities have several ...
Theatrical Combat - Types of Choreographed Fights - Combat Reenactment
... Combat reenactment is a side of historical reenactment which aims to depict events of battle, normally a specific engagement in history, but also unscripted battles ...
The Reenactment - Themes
... In addition to its factual content, The Reenactment stands as a metaphor for the people's inability to control their own destinies under the grip of a ... the torment which could be caused even by routine Militia interventions, The Reenactment "had discarded the urban legend of 'militiamen so stupid that ... and two militiamen were organizing, on the terrace of an isolated pub, the reenactment of a brawl between two guys ...
Military Reenactment Society
... The Military Reenactment Society is a New Zealand based living history and historical reenactment group that reenacts World War II units ... are also part of Second Battle Group a UK based historical reenactment organization ...