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"Of course, Nicole has had lots of practice doing the CanCan in the movie, so she will look very at home on stage.
Yesterday: Wins the first ever women's boxing Olympic gold medal, taking the title in the flyweight division with victory over Chinese double world champion Ren Cancan.
HIGH KICKS: Balance is the key when you're doing the cancan SHOWSTOPPER: Penny Fray finds that doing the splits is not as easy as it looks THE LOOK: Actress Nicole Kidman
Jill gave the instruction to lift our skirts and showed us how to put all our weight on to our back leg and point our ur front foot out in front of us in the classic cancan dancers start pose.
Their new production of the comic operetta, famous for its cancan dance, will be held in the Spa Centre from October 19 to 23.
Taylor's finale includes ten seconds, at most, when the skirts are actually held a la cancan. Instead, what ensues is a joyous free-for-all with dancers pulling each other across the floor, falling into splits, rising, then splitting' again.
She also danced the cancan with Leonide Massine in his Boutique Fantasque in the 1948-49 season.
Serge Diaghilev considered Offenbach too vulgar for ballet, or possibly the cancan king was just not chic enough at the time.
The hard-hitting, cool-headed fighter from Leeds beat China's number one Ren Cancan 16-7.
Three-course dinners at Montmartre auberge nearby include magician, cancan girls and Xmas menus on Dec 24 & 25
The dark, aggressive vocabulary she made her name with is still as physical as ever, but it's now infused with vulnerability, sensuality and even--in the case of Moulin Rouge!--the cancan.