How to use Troupe in a sentence
Donald Ryland led the troupe down the path on the west side of the river.
The Hut was used as a covered storage space for the acting troupe.
Winner of the senior dancing troupe was the Buckley Belles.
Our professional & very talented troupe of actors will add excitement to any event.
Think, if you like, of the planets as a performing troupe.Advertisement
Gass and Black met in 1989 as part of a theater troupe in the Los Angeles area.
With initial aspirations to be a professional dancer, Lythgoe did end up choreographing for a BBC-endorsed dance troupe and then started producing full time.
However, since the production was so well received, he decided to dedicate one troupe to tour the "Feet of Flame" show and accompanied them as the lead performer.
Another Lord of the Dance troupe stayed for a time in Euro-Disney, but others continued to travel around the world.
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.Advertisement
Medieval traveling theater troupe The Steppe Brothers are down on their luck.
In 1943 Kenneth Williams was briefly with an amateur dramatics troupe, the Tavistock Players.
Our select dance troupe, Random Dancers, had assorted duties.
It's not quite a vanity project, but it is the second movie by the Broken Lizard comedy troupe.
Showing a large group of Swazis, many with umbrellas, gathered round a troupe of dancers.Advertisement
If you stick with your lessons, you can go on to compete or join a tap dancing troupe that performs either locally or all over the world.
Perhaps some of these girls started with something as seemingly unrelated as ballet and then transferred into either cheerleading or a dance troupe during the middle-school years.
On tour with a dance troupe, she met Dan Gilroy and started a band called "The Breakfast Club".
Bringing in a clown troupe to entertain at a tween party could ruin your relationship with your child for at least the next ten years!
She got her start in comedy by joining improvisation troupe "The Groundlings".Advertisement
Season three was won by a dance troupe called Diversity, but the ending was a surprise.
Tiring of the monotony of a scholastic life, he joined a troupe of travelling actors.
The best bit for me, I must admit, was the troupe of very attractive and talented dancing girls.
It began in the troupe, where everyone obeys the alpha male; it continued with the tribe, and the clan.
Perhaps I need a troupe of clowns to follow me round and perform their amusing antics when I'm looking a little peaky.Advertisement
The Cowards are a four-man sketch troupe who write smart, funny sketches and perform them in jeans and pumps and short-sleeved shirts.
Or simply contact the National Youth Officer who can advise you if there is a band or majorette troupe in your area.
His first professional work came accompanying vaudeville performers, and he was part of a troupe that broke up in Kansas City in 1927.
She's a former member of The Pussycat Dolls, a burlesque dance troupe and musical group.
In 1992, he hosted You Wrote It, You Watch It on MTV where viewers sent in stories to be acted out by a comedy troupe.
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.
Grey skirt and vest with a royal blue blouse, there is a multitude of patches and awards that a Senior can earn, and much depends upon the specific troupe.
The troupe's performances on Britain's Got Talent can all be seen on YouTube.
Diversity dance troupe has been together for two years, and with their 2009 BGT win, they're likely to remain a hot item for years to come.
Troupe creator Russell Markert was a fan of the 1920s Ziegfeld Follies.
While Rothafel insisted that the troupe be named after him (Roxyettes, later the Rockettes), Markert was the creative director for the Rockettes until his retirement in 1971.
Music is provided throughout the country by a troupe of traveling entertainers known as zampognari and pifferai.
If you are going to be part of a performance troupe or a major celebration, it can be nice to go the truly traditional route and make your own Cinco de Mayo outfit.
Those involved in a caroling troupe are much more likely to want high-end costumes, perhaps especially made for each member.
The Monty Python comedy troupe takes their obscure British references and goes mainstream in order to tickle your funnybone.
In addition to the cheerleaders who perform at home games, there is also an Atlanta Falcons show troupe that travels to perform at various venues.
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.
Good news - it 's going to happen, courtesy of Shire 's very own troupe of entertainers, ' The Grainger Players '.
A troupe of energetic young actors play at being knights.
In July 1920, Archie Leach crossed the Atlantic with the troupe of performers to New York.
On the far bank a troupe of red howler monkeys are feeding.
The team currently performs five dances and boasts an impressive troupe of musicians.
It 's not quite a vanity project, but it is the second movie by the Broken Lizard comedy troupe.
His first role was in the 1991 film Curly Sue, but he continued to teach improvisational comedy at Second City and perform with their comedy troupe from 1990-1996.
Stephen Colbert, whom Carell appeared with on The Daily Show, was Carell's understudy at one time in the Second City troupe.
She is a comedic genius, having started out with the iconic Second City comedy troupe in Chicago, Illinois, and quickly moving on the news desk on Saturday Night Live.
The comedy troupe included a number of actors that he would go on to work with in the future, including Paul Dinello, Amy Sedaris and Steve Carell (Colbert was initially Carell's understudy).
Upon her college graduation in 1992, she headed to Chicago and trained with the famed comedy troupe, The Second City.
The Pussycat Dolls are a burlesque song and dance troupe, featuring scantily clad female performers.
During this same period, Reynolds was active with the famous improv comedy troupe The Groundlings.
She spent summers as part of the Philadelphia Freedom Theatre, an African-American comedy troupe.
Items specific to the troupe, such as a field trip patch or fund raising pins go on the back.
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 Cowards are a four-man sketch troupe who write smart, funny sketch troupe who write smart, funny sketches and perform them in jeans and pumps and short-sleeved shirts.
After this, Carole returned to school, but left aged fifteen to join a theater troupe.
However, the actions of circus troupe Cirque du Soleil do, I feel, warrant this sidestep.
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.