2) The Lord of Darkness in a scene from "Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance.
What does LOTD stand for?
LOTD stands for Lord Of The Dance (show)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Flanker Mike and former All Black Xavier were joined by blonde Lord of the Dance star Sarah Lennon and brunette Ciara Sexton, who has been dancing since she was just three, to perform Lord of the Dance at Wales Millennium Centre.
Byline: Lorna Hughes THE original Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley might be taking a breather but his Irish dancing juggernaut shows no signs of running out of steam.
LORD OF THE DANCE IN 3D OPENS WORLDWIDE ON SAINT PATRICK'S DAY MARCH 17, 2011 NEW YORK, Dec.
For 14 years Lord of the Dance has captivated audiences around the world, playing to over 60 million people in over 60 countries in every continent.
Cherie has scooped one of the leading roles in Lord of the Dance and has already performed beside the man himself.
We are adding two additional performances to the line up because of the overwhelming response we received when it was announced that Adnec will be hosting Lord of the Dance in June.
Tickets for the first four shows which went on sale in April are selling fast and the two additional shows, which have now been scheduled for 26 June, will mean a total of six live Lord of the Dance performances from 23 -- 26 June at Abu Dhabi Hall, ADNEC, Abu Dhabi.