choreograph

All Verb Noun
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  • There are three performances each year, and they are based around student-choreographed pieces.
  • Three years later he began choreographing for the company with immediate success.
  • Although he has not choreographed any dance numbers since season seven, he has still served as a guest judge.
  • During this time, he was commissioned to choreograph six works performed by the company.
  • He designed and choreographed their live shows and also directed their videos.
  • I will have to say that this show knows how to choreograph fight scenes like no one else can.
  • The sheet music has been released, and the song has been choreographed for dance numbers.
  • Most boy bands dance as well as sing, usually giving highly choreographed performances.
  • Each performance contains a choreographed dance during the final song.
  • The four minute video mainly consists of the thirteen members performing their choreographed dance.
  • He has directed and choreographed for film, theater, and live performances including E!
  • He choreographed a piece for their second tour and was a dance captain for all of the teams for two years.
  • We never said we were going to choreograph the film.
  • The film also included choreographed fight scenes and "set the bar" for other fight films.
  • The group begins a choreographed dance in a large gold room.
  • They learn a choreographed dance which becomes their challenge for the week.
  • And when I am asked to choreograph, it all comes out.
  • The final sequence of the movie was entirely choreographed around the fifth movement.
  • They took additional jobs choreographing for professional sports dance teams and back-up dancing for musical artists.
  • Ailey continued to create work for his own company and also choreographed for other companies.
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How choreograph gets used

Meaning of choreograph

  • verb Compose a sequence of dance steps, often to music
    Balanchine choreographed many pieces to Stravinsky's music
  • verb Plan and oversee the development and details of
    The meeting between the two Presidents had been carefully choreographed