Noun(1) organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical
(1) A troupe of Morris dancers wouldn't have looked out of place, prancing about on the village green.(2) A dance troupe will be coming up from London to provide the entertainment.(3) The four dancers from the troupe which performed in Bulgaria are her students.(4) As part of the troupe , she toured Europe and performed in several major concerts.(5) The arts council is expected to back a proposal for a national theatre that would not have a building or a troupe of actors.(6) a dance troupe(7) a troupe of singers(8) Dance troupes , vocal and instrumental performers, fashion designers and other artists have also been invited to take part.(9) Six separate dance troupes are currently touring the world with this winner of nine global awards.(10) These were plays performed in fifteenth century England by roving troupes of actors.(11) At present there're four Lord of the Dance troupes touring the world.(12) Behind them is an army of shamrock-studded floats, Irish dance troupes and marching bands.(13) Folk costumes are worn by Latvian Americans primarily when performing in song groups or dance troupes .(14) The stage gathered not only Bulgarian presenters but also members of folk troupes and dance ensembles from the Balkan region.(15) She performs with different troupes in various parts of the country and abroad.(16) More than half of them became ordinary dancers in dance troupes .
(1) opera troupe :: opera truppasi
1. group ::
2. company ::
3. band ::
4. ensemble ::
5. set ::
6. cast ::
Different Formstroupe, trouped, troupes, trouping
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