In 2010, a musical version of We Have Always Lived in the Castle premiered at Yale repertory Theatre.
The play debuted at the Yale repertory Theater prior to Broadway.
In addition to being thrillingly talented, they performed shows in repertory—which could be seen as showing off.
After supper he made me go out and sit on the oat-box and play my repertory.
Could anything be more dull than the life of an actor in a repertory theatre?
Tchaikovskys anxiety was aggravated by the fear that his favourite work might disappear altogether from the repertory.
Give her time and she would walk straight through the repertory.
Let us turn then to a consideration of the Portmanteau, not as a theater, but as a repertory company.
His repertory always increased and he was ever ready to entertain us.
Le Villi was a remarkable first opera, but it has not succeeded in keeping a place in the current repertory.
1550s, "an index, list, catalogue," from Late Latin repertorium "inventory, list," from Latin repertus, past participle of reperire "to find, get, invent," from re-, intensive prefix (see re-), + parire, archaic form of paerere "produce, bring forth," from PIE root *per- "attempt" (see parent (n.)). Meaning "list of performances" is first recorded 1845, from Anglicized use of repertoire; repertory theater is attested from 1896. Related: Repertorial.