Origin of repertory
OTHER WORDS FROM repertoryrep·er·to·ri·al, adjective
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How to use repertory in a sentence
It used to take years for a film to become a cult classic, to find its way to audiences who would ultimately adore it—at first by word of mouth and midnight screenings, perhaps later via repertory programming or academic reassessments.Will the Pandemic Spawn a New Genre of Cult Classics? Barb and Star Suggests Yes|Stephanie Zacharek|March 6, 2021|Time
In 2010, a musical version of We Have Always Lived in the Castle premiered at Yale Repertory Theatre.The Fiction Writer Shirley Jackson Stars in Her Own Novel|Hugh Ryan|June 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The play debuted at the Yale Repertory Theater prior to Broadway.My Lunch with Marisa Tomei: The Actress on ‘The Realistic Joneses,’ ‘Girls,’ and de Blasio’s NYC|Marlow Stern|April 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In addition to being thrillingly talented, they performed shows in repertory—which could be seen as showing off.10 Best Plays of the Year: Richard III, No Man’s Land, and More|Janice Kaplan|December 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Nor can her knowledge of musical literature have been extensive, for her pupil could not remember a single item in her repertory.
Without the aid of the Repertory it would be difficult for any save a reader of the entire Comedie to trace out his career.
A slight confusion may arise in the use of the Repertory on account of the subdivision of titles.
The opera had a great success, and remained in the repertory of the Kiev Opera House throughout the entire season.
Give her time and she would walk straight through the repertory.The Tragic Muse|Henry James