actors "have to be warriors," APT's DeVita suggests, to act in one show while rehearsing another.
made it work by ensuring that the music was as haunting and touching as the tale.
Now he has turned his attention to the most technical part of homoeopathy, the repertory
As a result, staging of the play King Lear , the flagship production and the most acclaimed stage show of Minerva repertory
, has become uncertain.
Dan Berube of Merrimack Repertory
Theatre said a group has been formed in Worcester called the MRT Worcester Committee to support the proposed project.
In terms of the range of practices considered by McMillin and MacLean--patronage, touring, publication, casting, dramaturgy--The Queen's Men and Their Plays is an eclectic work, and this element reflects another advantage of the repertory
The 383-seat Old Rep is the logical step as it was the first home for Birmingham Repertory
Company when it opened in Station Street in 1913.
A highlight of this season's repertory
is the inclusion of the minimal duet "Arms" by choreographer Susan Marshall.
Jon Banks's study, The Instrumental Consort Repertory
of the Late Fifteenth Century, fills a significant gap in discussions of Renaissance music.
Although much can be said for ABT's policy of presenting one-act repertory
ballets at the more intimate City Center and full-evening "big" ballets at the Metropolitan Opera House, some repertory
works do benefit from the larger stage.
Founded in 1979, the North Carolina Repertory
Company is the first black professional theatre company in North Carolina, and it is also the host of the internationally acclaimed National Black Theatre Festival.
Finn in the Underworld * (Berkeley Repertory
Theatre, Berkeley, Calif.