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floorshow

(ˈflɔːˌʃəʊ)
n
a series of entertainments, such as singing, dancing, and comedy acts, performed in a nightclub
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Noun1.floorshow - a series of acts at a night club
show - the act of publicly exhibiting or entertaining; "a remarkable show of skill"
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All the musical numbers were executed with energy, enthusiasm and fun, two stood out for me 'Macarthur Park' and the creative 'Casino Floorshow Montage' leading to the spectacular show stopping finale in the reprise of 'I Will Survive.
The height of his Broadway fame coincided with his high-profile, much "papped" affair with Elizabeth Taylor, which played out to a neverending sea of flashbulbs and transformed the pair's lives into a freakish floorshow.
The Polaroid Pop made its debut on the floorshow of CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
Aside from the flooding and censored floorshow, the 1967 meeting was significant because the first Janet Doe lecture was presented there.
It seems that COP21 was a floorshow to satisfy the insatiable appetite of 'hippy' ecologists rather than a serious attempt at reducing fossil fuel emissions poisoning the planet and all and everything upon it.
Taking centerstage at a magnificent floorshow, two tuxedoed gents tap-dance inside giant bubbles--a metaphor for the grand illusions floating around the 1920s Shanghai where "Gone With the Bullets" is set.
Pluses: Running culinary floorshow, more interesting if you're bilingual; with plenty of snap in flavorful main courses.
Summary: A backstage camera follows a gaggle of youngsters in sequined dresses as they giggle through preparations for a primary school performance, a Rockettes-style floorshow for prepubescent girls.
Who needs a New Year detox diet of bird seed and rabbit food when Di Canio's floorshow can burn a million calories in 90 minutes?
Predictably, then, Briggs's streetwise informants help him solve the mystery: he and Fitzgerald have been psychically manipulated into perpetrating robberies by a magician who hypnotizes them during a night club floorshow at the beginning of the movie.
Certain elements of racing's manic floorshow believe they run things (the Horsemen's Group is a prime example); it's time to show them that they do not.
In the late 1950s, Gene Golden remembers seeing traditional rumba at the Palladium's floorshow on Wednesday nights as part of the Afro-Cuban folkloric set performed by Patato, Aguabella, Mongo Santamaria, and Willie Bobo.