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Synonyms for repertory

Synonyms for repertory

a storehouse where a stock of things is kept

the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation

a collection of works (plays, songs, operas, ballets) that an artist or company can perform and do perform for short intervals on a regular schedule

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Film studies scholar Davis reconstructs the now defunct repertory movie theater scene in New York City during its heyday in the final half of the 20th century.
It's not just the preparation of sets that makes repertory theatre so demanding.
So on our way to Onstage Greenbelt where Repertory was staging the play, I wondered how their version could possibly differ.
In his book The Concordant Clinical Homeopathic Repertory Medhurst sets out to solve this problem of flawed proving data making its way into our textbooks by creating a reliable tool based on clinical confirmation, rather than the more speculative voice of the prover.
The state government has issued a notice, without mentioning its memo number and other government details, and arbitrarily hung it on the premises of Minerva theatre hall last week without intimating the repertory committee members.
In May, Merrimack Repertory Theatre said it would like to explore evolving into a two-city theater company serving both Lowell and Worcester.
6) Surely the French theorist most relevant to repertory studies, however, is the third one Munro cites, Michel Foucault, whose essay 'What is an Author?
BIRMINGHAM Repertory Theatre is to return to its roots by performing works in the city's historic Old Rep from next year.
The University of Oregon Repertory Dance Company will present a varied evening of contemporary dances at the UO's Dougherty Dance Theatre at 8 p.
The Instrumental Consort Repertory of the Later Fifteenth Century.
Following City Center's popular Fall for Dance series and high-profile engagement of Sylvie Guillem, American Ballet Theatre defied marketing wisdom and presented three weeks of repertory there--to crowded and even sold-out houses.
The festival will be held in the downtown Newhall Arts District, with workshops and a majority of the screenings at the Repertory East Playhouse, 24266 San Fernando Road; high school and college student film competition entries will be screened at the Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 San Fernando Road.
The North Carolina Black Repertory Company: 25 Marvtastic Years by Felecia Piggott McMillan, Ph.
Featuring more than 20 actors, original sound effects, a full orchestral score, and a total running time of two hours on two CDs, Anne Manx On Amazonia from Radio Repertory Company Of America starring Claudia Christian, Barbara Harris, and Patricia Tallman is an superbly recorded science fiction story involving Anne Manx, a private investigator hired in aide of a clone of Amazonia's queen in an attempt to attain perfection after a previous faulty cloning attempt (cloning being the means by which the succession to the throne of Amazonia is accomplished).
ASCAP is a performing rights organization representing the world's largest repertory totaling over eight million copyrighted musical works of every style and genre from more than 225,000 composers, lyricists and music publishers.