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Words Related to Performing Arts - People in Performing Arts

Here you will learn some English words related to people in performing arts such as "soloist", "choreographer", and "juggler".

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Words Related to Performing Arts
go-go dancer
[noun]
a performer, typically female, who energetically and provocatively dances on a stage or platform in nightclubs
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ballet dancer
[noun]
a performer trained in the art of ballet, characterized by grace, strength, and precision in executing choreographed movements and sequences
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corps de ballet
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the ensemble of dancers in a ballet company who perform together as a group, providing background and support to the principal dancers
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soloist
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a dancer who performs a solo dance piece that is often choreographed to showcase their technical and artistic abilities, and is typically performed in front of the rest of the company and the audience
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principal dancer
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the highest rank in ballet, reserved for experienced dancers who perform leading roles in productions
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ballet master
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a highly skilled individual who oversees the training, rehearsal, and direction of dancers in a ballet company
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choreographer
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a person who creates and designs dance movements and routines, typically for performances, shows, or productions
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dancer
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someone whose profession is dancing
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backup dancer
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a dancer who performs behind the main artist or group in a musical or theatrical production
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caller
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an individual who verbally guides participants through the sequence of steps or figures
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exotic dancer
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a performer who specializes in sensual or erotic dance routines, often involving provocative movements and attire
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showgirl
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a female performer known for elaborate costumes and dance routines in cabaret or revue shows
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taxi dancer
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a professional dancer hired to dance with customers in dance halls or clubs, typically for a fee
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repetiteur
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a music coach and accompanist who helps ballet or opera performers learn and rehearse their roles by playing music and providing guidance
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ballerina
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a female dancer who performs graceful and precise dance movements on her toes
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ensemble
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a cohesive group of performers in ballet or theater who work together in synchronized movements or actions to support the main performers or create a backdrop for the production
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prima ballerina
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a leading female dancer in a ballet company, recognized for her exceptional skill, artistry, and prominence in performances
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stripper
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a performer who entertains an audience by removing clothing in a sexually suggestive manner
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cheerleader
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a person, typically a member of a team or squad, who performs organized cheers, chants, and routines to encourage and support sports teams
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barker
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someone who loudly promotes attractions to attract attention to shows or events, often seen at amusement parks or circuses
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clown
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a person who wears a wig and a red nose to entertain an audience
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contortionist
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a performer who demonstrates extreme flexibility and agility by twisting and bending their body into unusual or unnatural positions
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juggler
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someone who skillfully throws and catches objects in the air, like balls or clubs
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ringmaster
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a person who introduces and directs circus performances, often in flamboyant attire with a whip or microphone
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fire-eater
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a performer who entertains audiences by swallowing and extinguishing flames as part of an act
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escapologist
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a performer who specializes in escaping from restraints or confinements, such as handcuffs, straitjackets, or locked containers
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human blockhead
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a sideshow or circus performer who inserts objects into their body openings without pain or injury for entertainment or shock value
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snake charmer
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a performer who entertains audiences by playing music or using movements to control or interact with snakes
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strongman
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a performer who displays feats of strength, such as lifting heavy objects, bending metal bars, or tearing phone books
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target girl
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a circus performer who acts as the target for projectiles thrown with accuracy by another performer for dramatic effect
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funambulist
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a performer who specializes in walking or performing acrobatic feats on a tightrope or slackline, often at great heights
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jester
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a performer employed to entertain a ruler or noble with jokes, antics, and comedic acts
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magician
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someone who performs magic tricks or illusions to entertain audiences
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comedian
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someone whose job is making their audience laugh through jokes
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ventriloquist
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an entertainer who can manipulate their voice in a way that makes it seem like it's coming from a puppet or dummy
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performer
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someone who entertains an audience, such as an actor, singer, musician, etc.
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artist
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a person who dances, sings, acts, etc. professionally
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impresario
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a person who organizes and manages entertainment events or performances, such as concerts, operas, or theatrical productions
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puppeteer
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a person who manipulates and controls puppets in a performance, such as a puppet show or theater production
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danseur noble
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a male ballet dancer known for his regal bearing, distinguished technique, and portrayal of princely roles in classical ballet
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mime
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an artist who conveys stories, emotions, and ideas through physical movements and gestures, often without using words
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headliner
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the star performer in an act, typically performing last, whose name attracts people
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mentalist
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a performer who uses techniques such as suggestion, psychology, and misdirection to create the illusion of mind-reading, clairvoyance, and other paranormal abilities
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organ-grinder
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a person who plays a hand-cranked organ, typically accompanied by a trained monkey, to entertain passersby on the streets
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mummer
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a performer who wears elaborate costumes and masks to entertain audiences through pantomime, dance, or song
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minstrel
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a performer, typically a musician, singer, or poet, who entertains audiences with songs, music, or recitations
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mimic
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a performer who imitates the actions, gestures, or voices of others for entertainment or comedic effect
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lion tamer
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a circus performer who trains and controls lions for performances, using props like a whip or chair to establish dominance
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jongleur
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a medieval entertainer who performs a variety of skills such as juggling, acrobatics, music, and storytelling in public places or at events
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impersonator
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a performer who imitates or mimics the appearance, mannerisms, voice, or actions of another person
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illusionist
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a performer who performs feats of magic and sleight of hand to entertain and astonish audiences
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harlequin
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a colorful and eccentric performer known for their whimsical behavior, exaggerated gestures, and playful antics
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fool
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a performer or entertainer in a royal court or other setting who is known for their humorous or nonsensical performances
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fire eater
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a circus performer who safely swallows and extinguishes fire for artistic displays
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equilibrist
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a circus performer who displays balance and agility skills through acts like tightrope walking or hand balancing
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conjurer
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a performer who creates illusions and performs magic tricks using sleight of hand and misdirection
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chorus girl
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a female performer who sings, dances, and often participates in ensemble routines as part of a chorus or dance ensemble
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artiste
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a performer or entertainer, typically in the fields of music, dance, theater, or other forms of expression
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acrobat
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a performer who demonstrates agility, balance, and strength through a variety of gymnastic movements and aerial feats
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vaudevillian
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a performer who specializes in comedic or variety acts, often characterized by rapid-fire jokes, slapstick humor, song and dance routines, typically associated with vaudeville theater
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unicyclist
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a performer who rides a single-wheeled vehicle, often showcasing skillful maneuvers, tricks, and stunts
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tumbler
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a performer skilled in acrobatics and gymnastics, often executing flips, somersaults, and other agile movements
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tightrope walker
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a performer who walks along a thin, stretched rope or wire high above the ground
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strolling player
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a roaming performer who entertains audiences with impromptu or scripted performances in public or informal settings
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raconteur
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an individual who has the skill of telling stories in a way that is entertaining
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prima donna
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the main female singer in an opera or opera company
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talent manager
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an individual or agency that represents and guides the careers of performing artists, such as musicians, actors, or athletes
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