choregraph

choregraph

(ˈkɒrɪˌɡrɑːf)
vb (tr)
(Dancing) another word for choreograph
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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.
The routine was specially choregraphed by star of Strictly Come Dancing and The Greatest Dancer Oti Mabuse, and is set to the iconic 1970s disco track September by Earth, Wind and Fire.
To mark the 121st Philippine Independence Day, the exclusive show will project some iconic landmarks from the Philippines accompanied by whimsical fountains and lasers lit up with the flags' red, blue, white and yellow colors choregraphed to popular tunes.
These TEDx-like talks have been honed and choregraphed by experts from Heroic Voice.
A 40-feet Christmas tree stands tall beside the musical fountain that plays choregraphed lights and fire show, highlighting the mall's diverse and dazzling displays.
Available digitally from Monday also on DVD PS17.99/Blu-ray PS19.99 JAWBONE 15 A PUNCHY boxing drama choregraphed by hard-hitting boxing drama choreographed with technical assistance from former featherweight champion Barry McGuigan and his son Shane.
The bloody battles of Stamford Bridge and Hastings see the Vikings repelled and the Normans victorious, King Harold falling with an arrow in his eye and the Kynren volunteers in choregraphed combat.
It was choregraphed by the Bolshoi Ballet's Stanislav Tchassov.
Agnes joins in, and starts throwing herself to the ground aerobically and synchronously so that it is a choregraphed aerobics piece of the two women.
"They are just like fighting scenes in that they have to be choregraphed meticulously, otherwise they don't work out and you run the risk of looking ridiculous.