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repertory

noun [U] uk   /ˈrep.ə.tər.i/ us    /-ɚ.tɔːr-/ (informal rep)
the repeated performance of several plays one after the other by one company of actors: a repertory company/group/theatreActing, rehearsing and performing in repertory If a play is in repertory, it is one of several different plays being performed on particular days by the same company of actors: 'Macbeth' is in repertory at the Royal Shakespeare Company.Acting, rehearsing and performing If an actor is in repertory, they are working with a repertory theatre group.Acting, rehearsing and performing
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