History Theatre / Carmen

21st Mar '16 12:21:58 PM lavendermintrose
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* BecauseDestinySaysSo: The cards say that Carmen and Jose will die, so she feels there's nothing she can do to prevent it.



* DestructiveRomance: For both main characters, but especially Don José
** Hard to see how it could have worked out worse for Carmen, mind...

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* DestructiveRomance: For both main characters, but especially The central pairing of Carmen and Don José
** Hard to see how it could have worked out worse for Carmen, mind...
Jose.


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** Musically, the part at the end of the overture gives a strong sense that, while you're in for a good time, it won't end well. Whenever that motif pops up again in the score, you know there's unpleasantness ahead (e.g. when Carmen gives Jose the flower; when he comes back and sings to her about how he kept it the whole time he was in prison).
19th Mar '16 11:29:53 AM lavendermintrose
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* SmokingIsGlamorous: The song La cloche a sonné. The men and soldiers wait outside the cigarette factory, waiting for the girls to go on break. They all sing about the smoke, comparing it to love in the air.

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* SmokingIsGlamorous: The song La cloche a sonné. The men and soldiers wait outside the cigarette factory, waiting for the girls to go on break. They all sing about Subverted in that the smoke, comparing it sweet words of lovers are compared to love the smoke in the air.air - they don't last.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.
* WithCatlikeTread: "Écoute, écoute, compagnon" is a very loud song about how sneaky you have to be to smuggle cigarettes.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.
* WithCatlikeTread: "Écoute, écoute, compagnon" is a very loud song about how sneaky you have to be to smuggle cigarettes. cigarettes.
* {{Yandere}}: Don José
28th Jan '16 10:24:33 AM SpectralTime
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** Male version: Don José and Escamillo for Carmen

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** Male version: A subverted male version in Don José and Escamillo for CarmenCarmen. Escamillo ''seems'' like the Veronica, due to his dangerous and exciting profession, but it turns out Don José is the truly violent one.
15th Jan '16 10:08:49 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.



* YouCantFightFate: Carmen's reaction to the cards.

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* YouCantFightFate: Carmen's reaction to the cards.cards.

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27th Dec '15 2:33:54 PM rusalka95
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''Carmen'', a classic opera dating back to 1875, tells the tragic story of a LoveTriangle between a corporal, a bull fighter, and the mysterious, exotic, alluring, hedonistic, independent, flirtatious gypsy woman simply known as Carmen.

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''Carmen'', a Georges Bizet's classic opera dating back to 1875, tells the tragic story of a LoveTriangle between a corporal, a bull fighter, Don José, who deserts the army, his fianceé, and the his morals when he falls for Carmen: a mysterious, exotic, alluring, hedonistic, independent, flirtatious seductive, and independent gypsy woman simply known as Carmen.
woman.



** Don Jose also fits this trope - behind his façade of propriety is a violent and dangerous individual. He is in the army when the opera begins, because he got into a fight (and probably killed the person who started it) over a game of ''tennis''.

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** Don Jose also fits this trope - behind his façade of propriety is a violent and dangerous individual. He is in the army when the opera begins, because he got into a fight (and probably killed the person who started it) over a game of ''tennis''.
27th Dec '15 2:17:30 PM rusalka95
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse?: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse?: WhatHappenedToTheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.
27th Dec '15 2:17:14 PM rusalka95
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* ButWhatHappenedToTheMouse?: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.

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* ButWhatHappenedToTheMouse?: WhatHappenedToTheMouse?: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.
27th Dec '15 2:16:15 PM rusalka95
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* ButWhatHappenedToTheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.

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* ButWhatHappenedToTheMouse: ButWhatHappenedToTheMouse?: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.
27th Dec '15 2:15:40 PM rusalka95
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* ButWhatHappenedtotheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.

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* ButWhatHappenedtotheMouse: ButWhatHappenedToTheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.
27th Dec '15 2:15:16 PM rusalka95
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* ButWhatHappenedtotheMouse: One can only guess what happens to either of the opera's two minor characters, Micaela and Escamillo.
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