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 Post subject: Choreographing the Big Apple Circus....
PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2002 4:54 pm 
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Teaching the Circus How to Move With Ease
By VALERIE GLADSTONE

THE choreographer Lisa LeAnn Dalton isn't responsible for everything that moves at the Big Apple Circus. Trainers handle the animal cast: the large, handsome horses, the fluffy white poodles that jump rope and the surprisingly tolerant house cat that the poodles push around in a baby carriage. Ms. Dalton also steers clear of the clowns — the absent-minded Grandma, played by Barry Lubin, and the ebullient Francesco, played by Francis Brunaud — allowing them complete freedom to spit water at each other in any way they see fit. And though she might like to see the trapeze artists, the seven-member Aniskin Troupe, attempt arabesques during their astounding flights, she hasn't made the request.

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