History Theatre / LesMiserables

29th May '16 2:25:17 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* ArcNumber: 24601, [[YouAreNumberSix Valjean's prison number]].


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* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler: While sung by an AntiVillain, "Javert's Suicide" still counts.]]
19th Mar '16 9:52:35 PM jewishenjolras
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* ObsessionSong: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTCpP0EJsI4 Celia Keenan-Bolger's]] "On My Own" is portrayed this way.
16th Mar '16 1:33:31 AM damus2300
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** The first time Valjean's melody plays is after his soliloquy where he declares he will devote himself to goodness. All subsequent appearances of his melody gets sadder in context. On "Who Am I?", he must expose his identity to save an innocent man. His melody plays again when Cosette and Marius meet. On "One Day More", Valjean is weary of always running. Finally, "Who Am I?" is reprised when he reveals his identity to Marius and leaves Cosette to him.
8th Mar '16 8:42:36 PM damus2300
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-->Valjean: "My sister's child was close to death, we were starving--"
-->Javert: "You'll starve again!"

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-->Valjean: -->'''Valjean''': "My sister's child was close to death, we were starving--"
-->Javert: -->'''Javert''': "You'll starve again!"



* CrucifiedHeroShot: The death of [[spoiler:Enjolras]].Eponine sings "On My Own", which is a reprise of Fantine's "Come To Me".

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* CrucifiedHeroShot: The death of [[spoiler:Enjolras]].Eponine sings "On My Own", which is a reprise of Fantine's "Come To Me".
21st Jan '16 8:57:15 PM damus2300
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* BackForTheFinale: The "Do You Hear the People Sing" reprise is sung by the entire cast of characters including the ones who died.
11th Jan '16 6:14:50 AM heidrance
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** "Men like you can never change / A man such as you."

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** "Men like you can never change / A man such as you. / Men like me can never change. / Men like you can never change."
8th Jan '16 10:17:29 AM Berrenta
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* PrisonShip: See GalleySlave above
8th Jan '16 10:05:40 AM Berrenta
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* GalleySlave: The 25th Anniversary staging has Valjean serve time on one of these, despite being a huge anachronism, although the shore prisons in 19th century France were still called “the galleys”. Other productions are usually more accurate.


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* SlaveGalley: The 25th Anniversary staging has Valjean serve time in one of these, despite being a huge anachronism, although the shore prisons in 19th century France were still called “the galleys”. Other productions are usually more accurate.
5th Jan '16 10:49:50 PM damus2300
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** The song of the police who arrest Valjean in the prologue ends abruptly when the bishop backs up his alibi.
27th Nov '15 8:21:18 PM damus2300
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* MusicalusInterruptus: The students' activities at the cafe halt when Gavroche tells them Gen. Lamarque is dead.

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* MusicalusInterruptus: MusicalusInterruptus:
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The students' activities at the cafe halt when Gavroche tells them Gen. Lamarque is dead.dead.
** A rare non-comedic example at the end of “A little fall of rain”. [[spoiler: Éponine dies and Marius has to sing the last word for her.]]
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