The title is a clever play on the co-sponsorship angle and apparently the gimmick works, because this is Tennessee Repertory Theatre’s third annual Scene-worthy kickoff to its forthcoming new season, the previous two having proven to be popular with local theatergoers. The gala offers attendees a relaxed opportunity to mingle with Rep actors and staff, to poke around backstage at Johnson Theater, and to ruminate on the upcoming Tennessee Rep season, which features some interesting play selections — Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage (which audiences can compare with Roman Polanski’s upcoming movie version), Tracy Letts’ Superior Donuts, the musical Little Shop of Horrors, plus three different Christmas plays. For the Repsters, this occasion also provides the drama of the first public announcement of the castings for these shows. Of course, if you need to be hooked up with a season ticket or two, someone will be close by to help with that too. Fact is, Nashville can always use a good theater party, and it’s nice to see the town’s flagship professional company getting into the spirit yet again.