• (noun): A storehouse where a stock of things is kept.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on repertory:

Christian Du Plessis
... and particularly associated with the bel canto repertory ... Opera, where he sang the standard baritone repertory Valentin, Luna, Posa, Marcello, Cecil, etc ... In the mid-1970s, he began concentrating in the bel canto repertory, making a specialty of lesser-known works by Donizetti and Bellini, appearing in concert performances for the London ...
Les Pêcheurs De Perles - Performance History and Reception - Entering The Mainstream
... From that time onward it has remained in the Opéra-Comique repertory ... described the opera as "one of the most sweetly tuneful in the French repertory" ... It did not reappear in ENO's repertory until 1994, after Jonas's departure ...
Sharon Ott - Current Work
... directed the stage reading of Amy Freed's You, Nero at South Coast Repertory's 2008 Pacific Playwrights Festival, and is scheduled to direct the play's world premiere at South Coast Repertory ...
Summer Repertory Theatre
... Summer Repertory Theater (SRT) is a complete and extensive practicum in Santa Rosa, California at Santa Rosa Junior College in Sonoma County (California ... and produces over 90 performances of five plays in full rotating repertory ...

More definitions of "repertory":

  • (noun): 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"; "has a large repertory of dialects and characters"
    Synonyms: repertoire

Famous quotes containing the word repertory:

    Each writer is born with a repertory company in his head. Shakespeare has perhaps 20 players, and Tennessee Williams has about 5, and Samuel Beckett one—and maybe a clone of that one. I have 10 or so, and that’s a lot. As you get older, you become more skillful at casting them.
    Gore Vidal (b. 1925)