/ (riːˈsteɪdʒ) /
to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
to organize or carry out (an event) again, esp if it has been cancelledattempts have been made to restage the race
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Joshua Oppenheimer invited some of the perpetrators, now old men, to restage their crimes.