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11th Oct '16 3:26:25 PM cbt94
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* Over the years, StephenSondheim's ''Theatre/{{Company}}'' has undergone a transformation as to the concept behind the concept musical: in the original production, there was more of a focus on the show being a series of vignettes about married life, but later productions (particularly the 2006 Broadway Revival) interpret the text as a narrative about Bobby's isolation and inability to connect with people as his friends do.
29th Sep '16 12:28:03 PM Morgenthaler
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** A recent BBC television adaptation of ''Theatre/{{Macbeth}}'', which also happened to include Patrick Stewart in the title role, played him as an {{Expy}} of JosephStalin.

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** A recent BBC television adaptation of ''Theatre/{{Macbeth}}'', which also happened to include Patrick Stewart in the title role, played him as an {{Expy}} of JosephStalin.UsefulNotes/JosephStalin.
29th Jun '16 2:29:28 AM Solle
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The German term is "Regietheater" (literally "direction theatre") and the trope forms an important part of German theatre culture.



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4th Jan '16 2:52:45 PM nombretomado
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* The 2015 Deaf West Broadway Revival of ''SpringAwakening'', which cast several deaf performers in the roles, making their characters deaf as a result. The deaf performers would sign while hearing actors (who also made up the band) voiced their dialogue and singing. The change really heightened the themes of miscommunication and alienation and changed some of the shows relationships. The biggest change is the show incorporating the policies for the deaf enacted in education at the time, such as forbidding sign language and forcing the students to speak. As a result, [[spoiler: Moritz being intentionally flunked out of school is significantly harsher than the original as it seems like the teachers want to keep a deaf student out of the school and, in turn, their adoration of Melchior is because he can hear.]]

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* The 2015 Deaf West Broadway Revival of ''SpringAwakening'', ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'', which cast several deaf performers in the roles, making their characters deaf as a result. The deaf performers would sign while hearing actors (who also made up the band) voiced their dialogue and singing. The change really heightened the themes of miscommunication and alienation and changed some of the shows relationships. The biggest change is the show incorporating the policies for the deaf enacted in education at the time, such as forbidding sign language and forcing the students to speak. As a result, [[spoiler: Moritz being intentionally flunked out of school is significantly harsher than the original as it seems like the teachers want to keep a deaf student out of the school and, in turn, their adoration of Melchior is because he can hear.]]
29th Sep '15 1:22:28 PM capretty
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* The 2015 Deaf West Broadway Revival of ''SpringAwakening'', which cast several deaf performers in the roles, making their characters deaf as a result. The deaf performers would sign while hearing actors (who also made up the band) voiced their dialogue and singing. The change really heightened the themes of miscommunication and alienation and changed some of the shows relationships. The biggest change is the show incorporating the policies for the deaf enacted in education at the time, such as forbidding sign language and forcing the students to speak. As a result, [[spoiled: Moritz being intentionally flunked out of school is significantly harsher than the original as it seems like the teachers want to keep a deaf student out of the school and, in turn, their adoration of Melchior is because he can hear.]]

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* The 2015 Deaf West Broadway Revival of ''SpringAwakening'', which cast several deaf performers in the roles, making their characters deaf as a result. The deaf performers would sign while hearing actors (who also made up the band) voiced their dialogue and singing. The change really heightened the themes of miscommunication and alienation and changed some of the shows relationships. The biggest change is the show incorporating the policies for the deaf enacted in education at the time, such as forbidding sign language and forcing the students to speak. As a result, [[spoiled: [[spoiler: Moritz being intentionally flunked out of school is significantly harsher than the original as it seems like the teachers want to keep a deaf student out of the school and, in turn, their adoration of Melchior is because he can hear.]]
29th Sep '15 1:22:06 PM capretty
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* The 2015 Deaf West Broadway Revival of ''SpringAwakening'', which cast several deaf performers in the roles, making their characters deaf as a result. The deaf performers would sign while hearing actors (who also made up the band) voiced their dialogue and singing. The change really heightened the themes of miscommunication and alienation and changed some of the shows relationships. The biggest change is the show incorporating the policies for the deaf enacted in education at the time, such as forbidding sign language and forcing the students to speak. As a result, [[spoiled: Moritz being intentionally flunked out of school is significantly harsher than the original as it seems like the teachers want to keep a deaf student out of the school and, in turn, their adoration of Melchior is because he can hear.]]
23rd Jul '15 1:51:44 AM Solle
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* The 2015 performance of Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice, by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford-upon-Avon itself, interpreted the love story as a polyamorous romance between Antonio, Bassanio and Portia. None of the text was changed, but Antonio and Bassanio spent much of the play kissing and embracing, with Portia looking on happily.

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* ** The 2015 performance of Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice, by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford-upon-Avon itself, interpreted the love story as a polyamorous romance between Antonio, Bassanio and Portia. None of the text was changed, but Antonio and Bassanio spent much of the play kissing and embracing, with Portia looking on happily.
23rd Jul '15 1:51:16 AM Solle
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* The 2015 performance of Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice, by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford-upon-Avon itself, interpreted the love story as a polyamorous romance between Antonio, Bassanio and Portia. None of the text was changed, but Antonio and Bassanio spent much of the play kissing and embracing, with Portia looking on happily.



* The 2015 performance of Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice, by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford-upon-Avon itself, interpreted the love story as a polyamorous romance between Antonio, Bassanio and Portia. None of the text was changed, but Antonio and Bassanio spent much of the play kissing and embracing, with Portia looking on happily.
23rd Jul '15 1:42:02 AM Solle
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* The 2015 performance of Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice, by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford-upon-Avon itself, interpreted the love story as a polyamorous romance between Antonio, Bassanio and Portia. None of the text was changed, but Antonio and Bassanio spend much of the play kissing and embracing, with Portia looking on happily.

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* The 2015 performance of Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice, by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford-upon-Avon itself, interpreted the love story as a polyamorous romance between Antonio, Bassanio and Portia. None of the text was changed, but Antonio and Bassanio spend spent much of the play kissing and embracing, with Portia looking on happily.
23rd Jul '15 1:34:36 AM Solle
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* The 2015 performance of Theatre/TheMerchantOfVenice, by the Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford-upon-Avon itself, interpreted the love story as a polyamorous romance between Antonio, Bassanio and Portia. None of the text was changed, but Antonio and Bassanio spend much of the play kissing and embracing, with Portia looking on happily.
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