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  • n. Plural form of choreographer.

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Examples

  • Any opportunity to work with that many world-class choreographers is worth whatever it takes!

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  • The Merchants of Bollywood is based on the true story of Ayesha Merchant, granddaughter of Shantilal Merchant, one of Bollywood's most respected and lauded choreographers from the Hindi film industry's golden era.

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  • As I've written before, since Lubitsch was a very controlled and controlling director who coached all his actors in their exact movements and line readings, he could never bring himself to delegate power to the songwriters or choreographers, which is what you often need to do in a musical.

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  • They include people now internationally known as choreographers

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  • When big-name choreographers are brought into "Carmen," they are usually given dances

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  • "They had the top choreographers come in and work with the dancers, the top make-up artists too," said Joe Branam, owner of Branam Enterprises in Compton, Calif., which builds stages for rock concerts and movies and did work for the church.

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  • Never mind that Nacho Duato and Jirí Kilián, the popular and influential European choreographers, brought corsets and harpsichords together first, years ago -- though if you have been lucky enough to have missed that trend, Pérez-Salas's work is a reasonably attractive echo.

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  • And there are other choreographers who have brought a dance sensibility to a Cirque du Soleil show (Mia Michaels of TV's "So You Think You Can Dance" worked on 2005's "Delirium.")

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  • Set to the music of the Sephardic tradition songs of the Jewish diaspora into Yemen, Spain, Morocco, and Turkey, Resin makes one wonder why more choreographers have not used this music; its complex syncopations meet their match in the sharp rigorous movements of the ballet-trained body, its sinuous vocalwork, in spines made lithe through years of port de bras.

    Larissa Archer: Lines Ballet's Resin Breaks Down Ballet's Conventions

  • The dances are largely arranged by the production's choreographers, Rafael Est é vez and Nani Pa ñ os, who also appear as featured dancers.

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