What sets Orliński apart is his inventive choice of repertory.
He built up a repertory company that supplied actors for later films.
Kemp also spoke of a "serious worry" since the loss of repertory theatre.
Together the try to lure sharks with Blais's unique repertory of shark-calling songs.
The work has been in and out of repertory ever since its première.
Other repertory theatres followed: Liverpool in 1911 and Birmingham in 1913.
Repertory theatre has proved effective in supporting both commercially successful and experimental drama.
In Asia the same tradition of partly religious and partly legendary sources provides the repertory for the puppet theatres.
Among English-speaking composers none gained the success of Benjamin Britten, whose operas entered the international repertory.
Scofield was trained as an actor at the Croydon Repertory Theatre School (1939) and at the Mask Theatre School (1940) in London.
Reorganizing the Karlsruhe court theatre company, Devrient achieved high standards with a repertory of German classics and Shakespeare.
No written kettledrum music survives from the 16th century, because the technique and repertory were learned by oral tradition and were kept secret.
Played at high speed, it was no longer aurally related to the sedate song repertory of the 1930s, and it required a greater variety of chord substitutions and passing harmonies.
And an adequate theory of brain function in its turn requires that the nervous system’s behavioral repertory be predictably related to the behaviour of the elements that compose it.
Although they maintained permanent companies, these were not at first true repertory theatres because they presented a series of short, continuous runs rather than keeping a ready repertory of plays.
Repertory theatre, system of play production in which a resident acting company keeps a repertory of plays that are always ready for performance, often presenting a different one each night of the week, supplemented by the preparation and rehearsal of new plays.
He formed his own troupe of actors, the North Shore Players, in the Chicago area in 1922 and later performed in repertory, in touring companies, and in multiple roles with his repertory troupe, the Ralph Bellamy Players (1926–29), which he formed in Des Moines, Iowa.
Josephine Decker directed, with melodramatic intensity and a furiously probing image repertory, this historical fantasy about Shirley Jackson’s effort, around 1950, to break through her agoraphobic terrors and write a novel—and to engage a young lecturer’s wife in the psychodrama of her research.
Carnegie Hall’s “Spring for Music” festival, a celebration of North American orchestras, is in full swing, with such superb ensembles as the New Jersey and Milwaukee symphonies offering repertory both familiar (such as Debussy’s “La Mer”) and exotic (Ives’s “Universe Symphony” and Busoni’s Piano Concerto).
In the half century that intervened before his return to the Wigmore Hall for an anniversary recital in 2001, Bream’s achievement went far beyond that of the previous British-born virtuoso of note, Ernest Shand (1868-1924): as performer and developer of the guitar and its repertory – and as a leading reviver of the lute’s Renaissance repertory – Bream, who has died aged 87, was one of the instrument’s towering figures of any generation.
- 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
Example: the repertory of the supposed feats of mesmerism
- 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
- a theatrical company that performs plays from a repertoire
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In the half century that intervened before his return to the Wigmore Hall for an anniversary recital in 2001 Breams achievement went far beyond that of the previous British-born virtuoso of note Ernest Shand 1868-1924 as performer and developer of the guitar and its repertory – and as a leading reviver of the lutes Renaissance repertory – Bream who has died aged 87 was one of the instruments towering figures of any generation