TROUPERS


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TROUPERSTraining, Readiness & Operations, Unit Planning, Execution, & Resourcing System
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People interested in becoming a Circus Smirkus "trouper" have to send an audition tape in the fall, and then come to Vermont for a live audition in January.
? Super Trouper, Venue Cymru, Llandudno, August 27.
AT 4am yesterday, the main paddock at Barry Hills's yard, where we later rocked and danced ourselves giddy to 'Waterloo' and 'Super Trouper', was a lonely place for the surgeon who had successfully operated on the trainer's noduled throat earlier in the year.
Mikron Theatre Company is bringing Troupers to various venues in Warwickshire this week.
Tony Wood, sales and marketing director at Bupa, said: "Small business bosses are real troupers; they are totally committed to running their firms in sickness as well as health.
GARY JOHNSON praised his Bristol City troupers for battling through a mystery illness that has ravaged his squad to end Middlesbrough's unbeaten start to the season.
However, the friendly students at Middlesbrough College were Super Troupers as they clapped, cheered and sang along to favourite Abba tunes.
FUNDRAISING super troupers of all ages can enjoy an Abba-tastic charity event organised by the Mayor of Walsall.
More than 30 troupers have graduated from Circus Smirkus and gone on to professional circus careers with Ringling Brothers, The Big Apple Circus, Cirque du Soleil and others.
There's no doubt the ladies are still Super Troupers.
Now she is learning the moves the old troupers had to perfect when life in the music industry was more pure and simple.
Like seasoned troupers, the five to seven-year-olds put the drama of a fire behind them to stage their very own version of the Wizard of Oz.