choregraph

choregraph

(ˈkɒrɪˌɡrɑːf)
vb (tr)
(Dancing) another word for choreograph
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Seller has developed 40 choregraph dance routines ranging from Broadway to Las Vegas revue to current mainstream Beyonce.
She said: "It's scary having to choregraph the Bolero.
She was the first woman to choregraph and direct a Broadway musical--Allegro in 1947--and it was she who made it possible for choregraphers to copyright their dances.