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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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They play bring together Repertory's seasoned actors along with new faces such as Miguel Faustmann, Liesel Batucan, Becca Coates, Rachel Coates, and Andres Borromeo.
Repertory Theatre PNCA is mandated for the promotion and preservation of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, said Waqar Azeem Programme Organizer PNCA.
David Ellenstein has been the Artistic Director at North Coast Repertory Theatre, since 2003, producing over 100 productions and directing more than 40.
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.
So on our way to Onstage Greenbelt where Repertory was staging the play, I wondered how their version could possibly differ.
For Tony Carlson, a rising senior dance major at The New School, signing up for the Trisha Brown Dance Company's repertory workshop was a natural choice.
In this instance, Robert Medhurst, in his new and mammoth repertory, takes on one of the largest contemporary issues the profession faces: accuracy and reliability of our most basic tool.
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.
WORCESTER - A meeting to discuss ongoing plans for the Merrimack Repertory Theatre of Lowell to bring a full-time professional, resident theater company to Worcester will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
(1) Studies of individual companies and their repertories exemplify this tendency; such works include Roslyn Knutson's The Repertory of Shakespeare's Company 1594-1613, Scott McMillin and Sally-Beth MacLean's The Queen's Men and Their Plays, Mary Bly's Queer Virgins and Virgin Queans on the Early Modern Stage (which deals with the King's Revels company), Andrew Gurr's The Shakespeare Company, 1594-1642, and Lucy Munro's Children of the Queen's Revels.
Its repertory includes some of the most successful dance productions of the last two decades.
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.m.
The Instrumental Consort Repertory of the Later Fifteenth Century.
In Kansas City, the leading recipients were the Nelson Gallery--$146,081; the Kansas City Symphony--$132,296; the Kansas City Repertory Theatre--$64,557; the Mid-America Arts Alliance--$61,400; and the Kansas City Ballet Association--$43,019.
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