Is it possible for "run-through" to be a noun? If so, please give an example sentence containing this noun. Also, please describe a situation in which the sentence would naturally be used.
Please note that I'm not asking about cases in which "run-through" would act more like a modifier ("He chose a run-through mode for his system", "There is a need for a run-through program", "Another run-through strategy will ruin the whole project", etc.).