Not if B-Troupe have anything to do with it.
Some danced to music played by D.J.s, and a drumming troupe performed for the crowd.
José Limón’s troupe celebrates its sixty-fifth anniversary with revivals, at the Gerald W.
Wonderful performances from the two queens in the troupe, and from Huang Zongluo as the petty tyrant.
The Marais troupe was combined with the Molière troupe and moved to a theatre in the rue Guénégaud.
The country’s leading precision dance troupe, the leggy Rockettes, strut their stuff once more at Radio City Music Hall.
The fortunes of Graham’s company produced an early warning of how wrong things can go in the posthumous life of a dance troupe.
In 1948 this troupe gave the premiere of Igor Stravinsky’s Orpheus (choreography by Balanchine), which is considered a landmark of modern dance.
Throughout the 1910s, Goldberg was a standup comedian in New York, toured with a troupe of comics for a vaudeville show and used slapstick in his cartoons.
“Of course, if in a particular troupe, a larger number of people get ill then we’ll have to put the whole troupe into quarantine,” he said.
Mijit, 55, spent 30 years performing in plays and operas for a government arts troupe in Xinjiang, the far-western Chinese territory home to some 12 million Uighurs.
Miles Style, by Quincy Troupe Troupe is also behind Spin magazine’s epic 1985 interview piece, which explores everything from systemic racism to what makes Davis’s trumpet playing unique.
However human joy is not excluded thanks to 'Mr Sleary's Horse-Riding' circus, a gin-soaked and hilarious troupe of open-hearted and affectionate people who act as an antidote to all the drudgery and misery endured by the ordinary citizens of Coketown.
…in 1973, when Chicago’s famed Second City theatre established a troupe there that became a proving ground for a number of Canadian actors who went on to become motion-picture stars, including Dan Aykroyd, Catherine O’Hara, John Candy, and Martin Short.
There were starry additions, too, like Ty McFarlan, ringmaster of the recently shuttered Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and the Fabulous Wallendas, a death-defying troupe with a name that sounds like that of some bright-plumaged game bird.
And the case of Pierre Baillot, playing Quentin, the most experienced actor in Lili’s troupe, is exemplary: among the other members of the troupe, working in theatrical exercises and rehearsals, he becomes the involuntary center of attention.
This summer enjoy our fantastic new “Meet the Meerkat Mob” walkthrough habitat and look out for special appearances from some children’s favourite characters as well as the ever popular Mighty Zulu Nation Theatre Troupe - check out our website for diary dates.
Acoustic R&B band MiC LOWRY and raw performance-poet troupe Spit the Atom delivered electrifying live performances at Next Generation - and explained to the room how technology and social media provided inspiration and helped them reach a wider global audience.
Johan wanders the hotel’s grand and desolate corridors by himself, carrying a toy gun, encountering staff and guests (notably, a theatrical troupe of little people who make him their plaything until the head of the troupe returns and restores order).
He formed his own troupe of actors, the North Shore Players, in the Chicago area in 1922 and later performed in repertory, in touring companies, and in multiple roles with his repertory troupe, the Ralph Bellamy Players (1926–29), which he formed in Des Moines, Iowa.
- organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical)
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