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troupe

a company of actors or other performers, esp one that travels

Troupe

 

(also company), the group of performers in a theater. Different types of troupes present drama, opera, ballet, and musical-comedy performances.

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Super Trouper also topped the charts in Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands and West Germany, and reached the top five in France, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Finland and Mexico - although strangely not in ABBA's home country Sweden where it only made it to number 11.
Now the tribute show, Super Trouper provides two hours of uplifting songs, including Dancing Queen, Waterloo, Mamma Mia
Bonus materials included are a full-length version of "On And On And On," previously available only in mono; while the DVD contains a number of television performances of songs from the Super Trouper album, none of which has been released on DVD before.
Not a tribute act, but a show with a real plot line, Super Trouper tells the back story of Abba.
Super trouper was the right song to praise a great team.
More than 30 troupers have graduated from Circus Smirkus and gone on to professional circus careers with Ringling Brothers, The Big Apple Circus, Cirque du Soleil and others.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a super trouper who died after collapsing on stage.
The ginger nut hosted Radio 2's live "Thank You For The Music" gig in London's Hyde Park and Kylie proved to be a real Super Trouper with her take on the hit.
Super Trouper was the group's sixth charttopping album, and was also the best-selling album in Britain for 1980.
Hit after hit, including Dancing Queen, Waterloo, Mamma Mia, The Winner Takes It All, Super Trouper, Fernando, Take A Chance On Me and many more that continue to fill dance floors worldwide are included in the concert.
A bigger deal even than this super trouper expected.