repertory company

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repertory company

a theatrical company that performs plays from a repertoire, esp at its own theatre
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She worked in stock and repertory companies for a decade before making her Broadway debut in 1950 in Robinson Jeffers' "The Tower Beyond Tragedy" and going on to feature roles in "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," "Sticks and Bones" and the musical "Molly."
American modern dance probably needs, logistically, to have repertory companies on much the same pattern as classical ballet companies do today.
Each chapter provides a beautifully detailed chronological listing of performance dates (if available), the play that was staged, the history of the various repertory companies, and how the Shakespeare characters and plots were altered.