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Tharp

[ thahrp ]

noun

  1. Twy·la [twahy, -l, uh], born 1941, U.S. dancer and choreographer.


Tharp

/ θɑːp /

noun

  1. TharpTwyla1941MUSDANCE: choreographer Twyla (ˈtwaɪlə). born 1941, US choreographer, whose work fuses classical ballet with modern dance


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Tharp pays tribute to Huot during our interview, clearing up a bit of Broadway mythology about “Movin’ Out.”

“What I’m doing now is working with 17 dancers in a company I have never seen,” Tharp says in a recent Zoom interview from her New York apartment, where she has been engaged in online rehearsals of a new ballet for a troupe in Germany.

That Tharp would use the shutdowns to unlock her imagination further does not come as a surprise.

Tharp and Heezen’s innovative use of the physiographic method gave scientists a compelling visual comparison to continental landforms they understood.

Barred from ocean expeditions, Tharp poured all of her energy into mapping the seafloor starting with the North Atlantic, work that would lead to two important discoveries.

Young Cecil Tharp had walked over with his dog, which could be heard whimpering faintly outside the front-door.

Even Cecil Tharp, who had received from Bee the qualified affirmative natural under the circumstances, was infected.

Cecil Tharp raised his bullet head; his blunt, honest face was extremely red from stooping.

It happened sometimes; the wife of John Tharp of Bletchingham had died in giving birth to her tenth child!

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