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Leigh Zimmerman (1,170 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

ARTS show ‘THE ELAINE PAIGE SHOW" along with Julian Ovenden and Dame Gillian Lynne. She performed ‘Adelaides Lament’ from Guys and Dolls to a live studio
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The day after Montano graduated from Adelphi in 1983, choreographer Gillian Lynne signed him to a small role in the Vienna production of Cats. Two years
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Jacques Demy (actor and dancer). 1967 'Half A Sixpence" choreo'd by Dame Gillian Lynne (actor and dancer). 1972 'So Fine' Dale was hired to choreograph and
Tring Park School for the Performing Arts (1,625 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Joshua Thew, Corps de Ballet, New York City Ballet A Dancer in Wartime, Gillian Lynne, Random House, 2012 "Star of Netflix series to speak at local school's
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Contributors Ian McKellen Carol Ann Lowry Noel Gallagher Dame Paula Rego Gillian Lynne Jeffrey Archer Ben Timperley Andrew Kalman Robin Light Edwin Mullins
Gareth Owen (sound designer) (1,160 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
(original creative), London (est. 2021) Cinderella, (original creative), Gillian Lynne Theatre (est. 2020) Prince of Egypt, (original creative), Dominion Theatre
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Dance for Life, another CRUSAID initiative in 1991 and produced by Gillian Lynne at Her Majesty’s Theatre, in the presence of the Princess of Wales.
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for BBC Scotland by the Laurence Olivier Award-winning English dancer Gillian Lynne (choreographer of Cats, Phantom of the Opera, etc. who was created a