History NamesTheSame / Theatre

16th Jun '14 3:23:12 PM Ptorquemada
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** Stadttheater: found, among other places, in Magdeburg, Dresden and Munich.
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** Stadttheater: found, among other places, in Magdeburg, Dresden and Munich. Hardly an amazing coincidence, since it's German for "City Theatre" and is usually followed by the name of the specific city unless it's clear from context which one is meant (if you're ''in'' Munich talking about the City Theatre, most people are going to naturally assume you mean the one that's also in Munich and not the one in, say, Geneva).
12th Mar '13 6:41:02 PM porpentine
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* Shakespeare has four plays (''Twelfth Night,'' ''The Merchant of Venice,'' ''The Tempest,'' and ''Much Ado About Nothing'') with major characters named Antonio. Two of them (in ''Twelfth Night'' and ''The Tempest'') are paired up with Sebastians, and at least two of them (''Twelfth Night'' and ''The Merchant of Venice'') are arguably gay.
17th Feb '13 9:51:03 PM allboyband
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* In CommediaDellArte, characters are usually named after a specific {{stock character}} they are portraying, which is why so many characters from the different plays of this genre carry the same name.
7th Nov '12 10:07:56 PM nombretomado
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* ACT is the acronym for both the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and A Contemporary Theatre in Seattle. Ironically, both do annual holiday plays of ''AChristmasCarol''.
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* ACT is the acronym for both the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and A Contemporary Theatre in Seattle. Ironically, both do annual holiday plays of ''AChristmasCarol''.''Literature/AChristmasCarol''.

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20th Jul '12 7:50:05 AM AlanPalgut
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* In Italy, France and Germany, opera houses tend to have similar names. Some examples include: ** Teatro Regio: where is it, Turin or Parma? ** Stadttheater: found, among other places, in Magdeburg, Dresden and Munich. ** Various theaters in Paris have the same name.
13th Jun '12 9:54:03 PM wolftickets1969
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* ACT is the acronym for both the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and A Contemporary Theatre in Seattle. Ironically, both do annual holiday plays of ''AChristmasCarol''.
16th Nov '11 7:46:57 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''Vanities'' is the name of a series (1923-1940) of musical revues by Earl Carroll, a 1976 play by Jack Heifner, and a 2006 musical remake of the latter.
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* ''Vanities'' is the name of a series (1923-1940) of musical revues by Earl Carroll, a 1976 play by Jack Heifner, and a 2006 2000's [[TheMusical musical remake adaptation]] of the latter.
8th Nov '11 4:20:00 PM fringeboneschuck
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** Of course, as the ''Titanic'' was an actual ship, there are many books, paintings, etc. titled after it.
12th Oct '11 11:47:17 PM PaulA
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* ''The Medium'' and ''SweeneyTodd'' both have a boy [[TheWoobie Woobie]] called Toby assisting the not-so-nice principal female character.
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* ''The Medium'' and ''SweeneyTodd'' ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet'' both have a boy [[TheWoobie Woobie]] called Toby assisting the not-so-nice principal female character.
5th Sep '11 5:29:41 PM wolftickets1969
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* No, ''Titanic: The Musical'' is not based on the film, in fact it predates it.
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