overchoreographed love



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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overchoreograph.


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  • Like the evening, it was a slightly overchoreographed act of homage, preserving the shape of the original and a sense of its import without the full measure of its natural charm.

    JFK is honored in Casals concert redux

  • He worries that the show is overchoreographed, leaving little room for him to experiment, to play around, to put his own stamp on the role.

    Theater Geek


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