A troupe is a group or company of performing artists such as actors, dancers, or singers. Troupe may also refer to:
- Dance troupe, a group of dancers
- Fire troupe, a group of fire dancers
- Troupe system, a method of playing role-playing games
Other articles related to "troupe":
... and therefore searched for a real house for the troupe, were they could perform all year ... In 1804–09, Carl Stenborg toured in the countryside with his own troupe, which could be considered as the very least period of the Stenborg troupe ...
... The Seattle Knights is a stage-fighting and jousting acting troupe, specializing in Medieval Fantasy ... The troupe was founded in 1993 by current Director Dameon Willich ... The troupe consists of performers from the Puget Sound area ...
... When the troupe stopped being a traveling theatre troupe and moved in to the Eriksbergsteatern in 1780 it was made of Rutger Ludvig Söderberg Johanna Löfblad Maria Katarina Öh ...
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... This troupe opened the Theater with the play Orontes en Satira by Magnon in February 1667 ... Salomon Fino Jan Baptista van Fornenberg, 1624-1697, director of the troupe ...
Famous quotes containing the word troupe:
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—John Dos Passos (18961970)
“In the court of the movie Owner, none criticized, none doubted. And none dared speak of art. In the Owners mind art was a synonym for bankruptcy.... The movie Owners are the only troupe in the history of entertainment that has never been seduced by the adventure of the entertainment world.”
—Ben Hecht (18931964)
“All I can tell you with certainty is that I, for one, have no self, and that I am unwilling or unable to perpetrate upon myself the joke of a self.... What I have instead is a variety of impersonations I can do, and not only of myselfa troupe of players that I have internalised, a permanent company of actors that I can call upon when a self is required.... I am a theater and nothing more than a theater.”
—Philip Roth (b. 1933)