- n a woman who dances in a chorus line
- She would have become his wife as well, but Hearst's wife (and still surviving widow) Millicent, herself a former chorine, steadily denied Hearst his request for a divorce.
- That was evident from his second film, "Flying Down to Rio" (1933), when he was paired with a perky chorine named Ginger Rogers.
- His favorite chorine (Miss Hayworth) turns up at camp in the wake of an Army officer (John Hubbard).
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- Mixed Media – Dancing with Kander: NDI New Mexico
Ann Reinking has a dancer’s intimate connection to the music of John Kander. She was a chorine in the original Broadway production of Cabaret , which Kander wrote with Fred Ebb; in 1977 she replaced Gwen Verdon as the hard-boiled Roxie Hart in the duo’s Chicago , choreographed and directed by her mentor Bob Fosse; and 20 years later she received a Tony for choreographing Chicago ’s revival.
Feb. 21, 2014 - Santa Fe New Mexican