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    • Mock combat

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    • Apache (dance)

    • Apache, or La Danse Apache, Bowery Waltz, Apache Turn, Apache Dance and Tough Dance is a highly dramatic dance associated in popular culture with Parisian street culture at the beginning of the 20th century. The name of the dance (pronounced ah-PAHSH, not uh-PATCH-ee, like the English pronunciation of the Native Americ ... Read »


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    • B. H. Barry

    • B.H. Barry is an English fight director and choreographer in theater, film, television, opera and ballet. He has been awarded a Drama Desk and an Obie Award for Sustained and Consistent Excellence in Stage Combat. He also received a Lifetime Achievement Tony Theater Wing. Born Barry Halliday in the English town of St ... Read »


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    • British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat

    • The British Academy Of Stage & Screen Combat (BASSC) logo
      Abbreviation BASSC Predecessor Society of British Fight Directors Formation 1993 (1993) Type Academy Purpose Organisation for the tuition and development of stage combat for theatre, television and feature film Location
      • London
      President
      Roger Bartlett
      Vice President
      Ronin Traynor
      Secretary
      Janet Lawson
      Treasurer
      Rob Leonard
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      The British Academy Of Stage & Screen Combat (BASSC) is a British organisation for the tuition and development of stage combat for theatre,television and feature film. The British Academy Of Stage & Screen Combat (BASSC) has its roots in the now defunct Society of British Fight Directors. In the early to mid ninet ... Read »


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    • Combat in film

    • Staged fights in cinema include performances of classical fencing, historical fencing, martial arts, close combat, and duels in general, as well as choreography of full-scale battles. The 1970s in Hong Kong saw the rise and sudden death of international superstar Bruce Lee, who is known for popularizing Hong Kong ... Read »


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    • Nick Gillard

    • Nick Gillard

      Nick Gillard (born 1959) is a British stunt man and coordinator. He is best known as the stunt coordinator for the Star Wars prequels. Gillard was born in Brighton, England, in 1959. At the age of twelve, Gillard ran away from military school to join the circus and performed horse stunts. Four years later, as he ... Read »


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    • William Hobbs (choreographer)

    • William Hobbs (born January 29, 1939 in Hampstead, London) is a choreographer of staged fights. He has arranged some of the most notable scenes of cinematic fencing from the 1960s to the 2000s, including those in: ... Read »


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    • Scarlet Blade Theatre

    • Scarlet Blade Theatre

      Scarlet Blade Theatre is a theatre company based in London, England, specialising in acting, advanced stage combat, physical theatre and other performance skills including horse riding and martial arts. The company formed in 2007, all members studied and trained together at East 15 Acting School, part of the first ... Read »


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    • Stage combat

    • Stage combat is a specialised technique in theatre designed to create the illusion of physical combat without causing harm to the performers. It is employed in live stage plays as well as operatic and ballet productions. With the advent of cinema and television the term has widened to also include the choreography of f ... Read »


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