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1(system)repertorio masculine(theater/company/actor) (before noun) de repertorioto be/work in repertory — trabajar en una compañía de repertorio
- I love the respect for film that London has, having a National Film Theatre, how all the movie theatres show repertory on the weekends.
- 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.
- A preponderance of live music met the art deco glory of the Paramount Theatre on opening night of Oakland Ballet's third fall repertory program.
- 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.
- Asfb begins its first season in August, with four weeks of mixed repertory performances in Santa Fe.
- It set me to thinking about how reactions to the performances of repertory standards have become increasingly generational over the years, and how much expectations have changed.
- By juxtaposing older repertory works with a premiere, these veteran Bay Area-based dancemakers offered some sense of their artistic development.
- And in choice of both repertory and production styles, the company's tradition is to be exploratory and innovative.
- End of Civilization has now joined Adult Entertainment, a companion play from George F. Walker's Suburban Motel series, in repertory at Factory Theatre.
- The production is back in repertory and still well worth attending, even though there are several alterations, not all of them for the better.
- In the later 1700s Covent Garden and Drury Lane continued to provide English operas as part of the six days a week theatrical repertory.
- Because of this hodgepodge, the Theatre français de Toronto relies on classical repertory plays such as those by Michel Tremblay that the audience knows.
- What a tour de force in a theater hardly equipped to carry off this sort of repertory schedule: the stagehands must have a lot of sleepless nights!
- After war service he co-directed with Olivier four fabled repertory seasons by the Old Vic Company in the West End: his great Shakespearian creation was Falstaff in both parts of Henry IV.
- Sonya Delwaide's Chuchotements and Joanna Haigood's Descending Cords have become standards, and both repertory pieces were beautifully performed.
- She shares the role in the CanStage production in repertory with white actor Caroline Cave.
- Ruskin Place is Seaside's ‘artist colony,’ with mixed-use buildings and a lawn for the town's repertory theater performances and art shows.
- North Carolina, the company will perform repertory works July 20-22, including Esplanade and Arabesque.
- I think that premieres and twentieth-century repertory are signs of a progressive spirit; I don't think the same of director-driven opera.
- Don Quixote entered the Boston Ballet repertory in 1982, with Rudolf Nureyev's staging.
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