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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 is at Venue Cymru, Llandudno tonight at 7.
TICKETSSuper Trouper, Rhyl Pavilion, April 9, 01745 330000, rhylpavilion.
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.
Around 30 workers at the store in the Pallasades performed Abba favourite Super Trouper as the curtain came down on almost 100 years trading on the high street.
Super Trouper was to prove the Swedish foursome's ninth and final chart-topper.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a super trouper who died after collapsing on stage.
To qualify as a trouper, students had to be both enrolled at a Dance school and a subscriber to Dance Magazine.
A portrait called Super Trouper, which won second place in the Art On The Network contest last year, is on display.
She will sing Super Trouper and When All Is Said And Done, for which she'll be joined by Abba's Benny Andersson.
SUPER trouper Kylie Minogue lived up to the title of her new single - Red Blooded Woman - by performing live on TV yesterday despite being struck down by flu.
Among the hits are The Name Of The Game, Voulez Vous, Super Trouper and Dancing Queen.
Super Trouper was the group's sixth charttopping album, and was also the best-selling album in Britain for 1980.