from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who dances, performs (a) dance(s).
- n. A stripper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who dances or who practices dancing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who dances, or takes part in a dance; specifically, one who practises dancing as a profession, as on the stage.
- n. [capitalized] Eccles., one of a sect of enthusiasts who appeared in Europe on the lower Rhine in 1374, first at Aix-la-Chapelle, and indulged in wild dances in honor of St. John, but professed no definite tenets. The sect disappeared almost entirely within twenty-five years.
- n. plural Stairs.
- n. Same as dandy-roller.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball)
- n. a performer who dances professionally
So, if you are seeing the dancer spin counter-clockwise (left brain), turn your head to the right, so the the dancer is the extreme left of your field of vision.
Shechter may be known primarily as a choreographer, and the advance publicity may have promised "bodies" on stage the word "dancer" was carefully avoided, yet the work has been primarily presented as a showcase for the 75-minute score that he's written - the raw material for his and Gormley's theatrical experiment.
The dancer is where the art lies, where discovery lives, where everything comes together, words and ideas in a swirl … there is form, rhythm, movement … there is meaning and beauty and immense satisfaction.
She is currently starring as Mrs. Poindexter and the main dancer in Langston in Harlem at Urban Stages in NYC.
The professional dancer is wearing a scarlet dress, and with one leg raised in the air, she is clutching Shem-Tov's waist – a typical ballroom dancing pose.
They then leave slowly, until only one dancer is left.
In that same vein, Bergeron wonders who her favorite dancer is so far.
I think one of the great things about being a dancer is that it's easier to do period characters I did a lot of work on the physicality, to show the aging of Lorraine ...
Luckily, Julianne will have an active work schedule to keep her mind off her romance woes; the dancer is currently taking acting lessons to prepare for her role as “Ariel” opposite Chace Crawford in the movie remake Footloose, opening next summer.
The dancer is a local comedian who puts a pretty damn good live show.