Noun(1) a storehouse where a stock of things is kept(2) the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation(3) a collection of works (plays, songs, operas, ballets(4) a theatrical company that performs plays from a repertoire
(1) Its repertory featured Ballet Imperial, Concerto Barocco, Billy the Kid, The Filling Station, and Apollon musagÔö£┬┐te.(2) North Carolina, the company will perform repertory works July 20-22, including Esplanade and Arabesque.(3) I blanch only slightly when the Wigmore Hall is referred to as a museum: after all, much of our repertory is from the 18th and 19th centuries.(4) The first woman pupil of Stanford at the Royal College of Music, she was also one of the leading viola-players of her time, and her prize-winning Viola Sonata is now firmly re-established in the regular repertory .(5) And in choice of both repertory and production styles, the company's tradition is to be exploratory and innovative.(6) Asfb begins its first season in August, with four weeks of mixed repertory performances in Santa Fe.(7) She shares the role in the CanStage production in repertory with white actor Caroline Cave.(8) A day in the life of a provincial repertory theatre company, who are visited by the author of their next play.(9) In much of the current Ballet Tech repertory , of course, the issue of first-class classical-dance capability doesn't arise.(10) I think that premieres and twentieth-century repertory are signs of a progressive spirit; I don't think the same of director-driven opera.(11) Despite these differences, film production was similar to the mode of production in theatrical repertory theaters.(12) When I graduated, I got jobs in professional theatres, repertory , and stock theatres in Canada for a couple of years.(13) The tide is turning on some of these questions, and the growth of ABT's dramatic ballet repertory is a good context for looking back at our recent past.(14) Brian Wright started writing for theatre, television and radio after several years acting in repertory , cabaret and the West End, including a year in Beyond the Fringe.(15) He became the first director of Liverpool repertory theatre in 1911, and in 1918 he was awarded an MBE for his services to national entertainment during the First World War.(16) Three shows, described as a Gay Pride Season of Musical Cabaret, will be running in repertory for four weeks at the Jermyn Street Theatre, starting July 8.
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