The smiles and taps of the precision dance troupe, combined with incredible light shows and amazing sets, cast a festive spell over a live audience of more than two million throughout North America every year.
He was forced to attend classes to appear with the troupe and even though he wasn't enthusiastic about these studies at the time, they were instrumental in helping him achieve his breakthrough role.
For young girls hoping to audition for either their middle school's dance troupe or cheer squad, it's easy to see why a dance-themed camp would be the better approach over an ordinary summer camp.
Donald Ryland led the troupe down the path on the west side of the river.
As troupe, whence the English "crupper"; and in Ital.
Tiring of the monotony of a scholastic life, he joined a troupe of travelling actors.
In 1866 he published Une troupe de comediens, and afterwards Essai sur la restauration de nos monuments historiques devant fart et devant le budget, which deals particularly with the restoration of the cathedral of Evreux.
At Reims she and her elder sister, Sophia, afterwards known as Sarah, joined a troupe of Italian children who made their living by singing in the cafes, Sarah singing and Elizabeth, then only four years of age, collecting the coppers.
The foreign occupation also led to the establishment of a French troupe of actors, and to their performances the boy, through his grandfather's influence, had free access.
Wilhelm Meister is a work of extraordinary variety, ranging from the commonplace realism of the troupe of strolling players to the poetic romanticism of Mignon and the harper; its flashes of intuitive criticism and its weighty apothegms add to its value as a Bildungsroman in the best sense of that word.