choreo-


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choreo-

combining form
1. (Ballet) indicating the art of dancing or ballet: choreodrama; choreography.
2. (Dancing) indicating the art of dancing or ballet: choreodrama; choreography.
[from Greek khoreios, from khoros dance]
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Since the early '90s, the Neath choreo- grapher has been creating innovative work for theatre and television.
This Wild Rose production is a fantastic show with beautiful costumes impressively choreo- graphed by Guiseppe Arena - the creative master behind the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Turin this year.
It must feature an original dance set choreo- graphed and performed by the dancer and lasting no more than two minutes.
Woo directs with his customary overblown fervour, choreo- graphing, an orgy of slow-motion gun battles, martial arts and daredevil car chases.
The rap star doesn't sing once in the semi-autobiographical film and there's no stylish choreo- graphy or pop video effects.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a dance at the Simply Dancing workshop hosted by artist, dancer and choreo- grapher Ben Cassani at the museum at West Bretton.