See also performing.choreodrama a drama expressed in dance or with dance as an integral part of its content and form. choreography 1. the art of composing dances for the stage, especially in conceiving and realizing the movements of the dancers. 2. the technique of representing dance movements through a notational scheme. 3. the art of dancing. Also called choregraphy, orchesography. —choreographer, n. —choreographic, adj. choreomania a mania for dancing. ecdysiast a striptease performer or exotic dancer. orchesography choreography. Also orchesis, orchestics. tripudiation Rare. the act of dancing. —tripudiary, adj.
- Currently in the act of dancing.
- The activity of dancing.
- Present participle of dance.