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One of those sharks seemed to be in its own little watery world, doing its own weird thing that had little-to-nothing to do with the actual planned choreography.
No choreography, music licensing, famous actors — possibly even no director.
That original video consisted of relatively easy group choreography set to the song’s catchy hook.
To plot out the choreography of this complex dance, two separate groups seized upon a theorem devised by mathematician Leonhard Euler way back in the 18th century.
The staging and the careful choreography of the scenes, with fireworks and synchronized dance, enhanced the storytelling.
I felt a lot more confident just learning fight choreography and tapping into that warrior energy experience.
I saw her doing the exact same choreography, fending off her shadows in the arms of Jim Humphries.
The choreography will be delicate, with controls in place from factory to clinic and all points between.
That’s just a single piece of the careful choreography required to bring visitors back to Williamsburg, says Beth Kelly, the museum’s vice president for education, research and historical interpretation.
Fokine created the choreography of L'Oiseau de Feu section by section, as the music was handed to him.
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