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15th Jul '16 10:04:56 PM Premonition45
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* ''Theatre/ShrekTheMusical'': How stories interact with real life.

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* ''Theatre/ShrekTheMusical'': How stories interact with real life.life.
* ''Theatre/AChorusLine'': Musical theater, and what it means to pursue your passion.
30th Mar '16 1:11:58 PM HeroGal2347
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* TheManWhoHadAllTheLuck: Luck's Guilt

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* TheManWhoHadAllTheLuck: ''The Man Who Had All The Luck'': Luck's Guilt



* TheFlies: One's true freedom starts at the absolution of guilt.

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* TheFlies: ''The Flies'': One's true freedom starts at the absolution of guilt.



* ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'': People cannot be controlled.

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* ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'': People cannot be controlled.controlled.
* ''Theatre/ShrekTheMusical'': How stories interact with real life.
23rd Jul '15 6:27:09 AM damus2300
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* ''Theatre/LesMiserables'': Finding hope in a hopeless situation.
22nd Jul '15 6:55:33 AM DoctorNemesis
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Remember, a CentralTheme is not the same as AnAesop; a theme is a question, idea, topic or concept that the text explores, while an Aesop is a conclusion the author reaches about the theme. As such, you should avoid phrasing your examples as conclusions.

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Remember, a CentralTheme is not the same as AnAesop; a theme is a question, idea, topic or concept that the text explores, while an Aesop is a conclusion the author reaches about the theme.theme or a lesson they wish to impart to the reader. As such, you should avoid phrasing your examples as conclusions.
20th Jun '15 12:11:18 AM damus2300
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* ''Theatre/InheritTheWind'': The dangers of letting you religious beliefs cloud your judgement, and that you should open your mind to new ideas even if you don't agree with them.

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* ''Theatre/InheritTheWind'': The dangers of letting you religious beliefs cloud your judgement, and that you should open your mind to new ideas even if you don't agree with them.them.
* ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'': People cannot be controlled.
2nd Jun '15 5:01:45 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'': What problems you have to face (romantic crap) and what problems you can only run away from (ThoseWackyNazis).

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* ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'': What problems you have to face (romantic crap) and what problems you can only run away from (ThoseWackyNazis).(ThoseWackyNazis).
* ''Theatre/InheritTheWind'': The dangers of letting you religious beliefs cloud your judgement, and that you should open your mind to new ideas even if you don't agree with them.
20th Apr '15 2:34:52 AM damus2300
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* ''Theatre/{{Heathers}}'': High school, and on a larger scale the world, is a cruel place, but it can get better if people just stopped making fun of each other's insecurities.

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* ''Theatre/{{Heathers}}'': High school, and on a larger scale the world, is a cruel place, but it can get better if people just stopped making fun of each other's insecurities.insecurities.
* ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'': What problems you have to face (romantic crap) and what problems you can only run away from (ThoseWackyNazis).
16th Apr '15 8:49:48 AM JulianLapostat
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* ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'': The pursuit of revenge and the things one loses along the way.

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* ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'': The pursuit clash of revenge thought and the things one loses along the way.action. A complex mind finds simple actions such as {{Revenge}} hard to appreciate whereas more pragmatic simple people can live with themselves by easy justifications.



* ''Theatre/KingLear'': How madness can corrupt and give wisdom.

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* ''Theatre/KingLear'': How madness can corrupt and give wisdom.



* ''Theatre/OedipusRex'': [[ScrewDestiny Can we avoid our fate]], or [[SelfFulfillingProphecy is there only one path we can walk down?]]

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* ''Theatre/OedipusRex'': Should we pursue the truth even if it [[ScrewDestiny Can we avoid leads to our fate]], or [[SelfFulfillingProphecy is there only one path we can walk down?]]doom]]?



* ''Film/AStreetcarNamedDesire'': How should a man really treat a woman?

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* ''Film/AStreetcarNamedDesire'': How should a man really treat a woman?Clinging on to traditions and delusions in the face of the corruption of modern life.



* ''HenryIV'' - How a quality of a man is measured by the company he keeps.
** The relationships between fathers and sons.

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* ''HenryIV'' - How a quality of a man is measured by the company he keeps.
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''HenryIV'': The relationships between fathers and sons.sons. The clash between frivolous youth and responsible adulthood.
16th Apr '15 8:39:43 AM JulianLapostat
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* ''Theatre/DeathOfASalesman'': At what point should you just abandon your dreams if it looks like you can't achieve them?

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* ''Theatre/DeathOfASalesman'': At what point should you just abandon your dreams if it looks like you can't achieve them?Is being ordinary a bad thing? Is success the only measure of a man?
30th Mar '15 4:43:43 AM JulianLapostat
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* ''Theatre/TheOresteia'': To which parent to do you owe greater love?

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* ''Theatre/TheOresteia'': To which parent The CycleOfRevenge, to do you owe greater love?what extent {{Revenge}} is justified and how does one break out of the cycle.



* ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'': [[RousingSpeech The persuasive power of the spoken word]].

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* ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'': [[RousingSpeech The persuasive power of conflict between personal honor and the spoken word]].greater good. Whether a honorable man can retain honor after committing betrayal and in the face of defeat.



* ''Theatre/{{Medea}}'': Jealousy can be a deadly emotion.

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* ''Theatre/{{Medea}}'': Jealousy can be a deadly emotion.A WomanScorned with nowhere to seek justice will turn to revenge.
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