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Sime wielded a thick black pencil that split infinitives, popularized inventive adjectives and nouns (hoofer, chantoosies, warblers, kidvid, boffo) and turned other nouns into verbs (authored, readied, helmed).
This has given Mr. Nierenberg’s films a new importance for today’s young hoofers.
Might hoofers neglected by jazz clubs start offering their skills to dance clubs instead? — BRIAN SEIBERT In the months before a performance at Roulette in Brooklyn last summer, Keely Garfield considered calling it off.
The spirited soprano and hoofer Emily Barnash nailed her big number and monologue as the Old Woman with one buttock (don't ask), while another company stalwart, Billy Dawson, preened up a storm as Maximilian, Cunegonde's snobbish brother.
Five trails as short as a half-mile, paved or covered with wood chips, take hoofers over bridges and through dense oak forest, savannas and prairie plantings.
As the hoofers trade turns in the spotlight, each yields songs from the ground, scraping and stroking and piercing the floor in ways that confound the eye and ear with their intricacy.
Highly sensitive panels allow even the lightest hoofers to make a big impact.
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