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Olympics Opening Ceremony Choreographer Leaps from Spider-Man to Sochi

Olympics Opening Ceremony Choreographer Leaps from Spider-Man to Sochi

Broadway meets Bolshoi? Spider-Man takes Sochi? Daniel Ezralow, the man behind the choreography for the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, is taking on part of the opening ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on Friday - an action-packed show that's been a year in the making. The L.A.-based choreographer, who has worked on stage, film and TV, has been tasked with the centerpiece of the ceremony: a 20-minute segment on 20th-century Russia. Here he tells People what viewers should know about the opening ceremony. • A Cast of HundredsThe show includes 80 professional dancers and more than 700 volunteers,

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