choreograph

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compose a sequence of dance steps, often to music

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plan and oversee the development and details of

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TUCK EVERLASTING Tony winner Casey Nicholaw directs and choreographs this stage version of the much-admired children's novel about a family confronting immortality.
David Yazbek and Michael Mitnick have done the deed; Casey Nicholaw directs and choreographs.
Matsuda, now a youthful 60, reflected on the source of her passion between rehearsals of the last dance concert she'll perform in and choreograph at Moorpark College.
BROOKLYN Jeff Calhoun will direct and choreograph this show about tire tall tales of a group of homeless street performers gathered trader the Brooklyn Bridge.
I learned to choreograph by choreographing," Naharin said in his deep, gravelly voice.
1957: Jerome Robbins directs and choreographs the first through-danced musical, West Side Story, and Grover Dale is a Jet.
Wade Robson, 19 years old, choreographs for Britney Spears and N'Sync; he has even choreographed a Superbowl halftime show.
Not much later, in April, another Wild Party is to erupt at The Public Theater, where Joey McKneely choreographs a version directed by George C.
Kate marks the Broadway debut of choreographer Kathleen Marshall (Rob Marshall's sister), known for her work with City Center's popular Encores/series, which she artistically supervises and occasionally choreographs.
With warm enthusiasm and sparkling black eyes, Orlando makes a remarkable impression on his students and the dancers for whom he choreographs.
Eugene Loring (1914-82) choreographs and stars in Billy the Kid for Lincoln Kirstein's Ballet Caravan (1938), the first work on an American theme to remain in the repertory of many ballet companies.
The film covers the midnineties, when Taylor choreographs a new dance, rehearses an old one, takes the company on tour to India, and prepares for a New York City season.
When he choreographs, he knows exactly what he wants but he also gives us artistic freedom.
He choreographs in his own movement style, but with classically trained dancers who can also act, who can embody meaning and emotional impact in a lyrical manner.
I never did this contemporary jazzy stuff Margo choreographs so well," he says, "but I'm going to Peridance and Steps [studios] and learning it.