History Theatre / LoveNeverDies

28th Oct '15 12:04:48 AM damus2300
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* CutSong: The original prologue (later incorporated into "The Coney Island Waltz" in Australia), "That's the Place You Ruined, You Fool!" and "Heaven by the Sea".

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* CutSong: The original prologue (later incorporated into "The Coney Island Waltz" in Australia), "That's the Place You Ruined, You Fool!" and "Heaven by the Sea".ObviouslyEvil: Madame Giry was immediately suspected of kidnapping Gustave because of this.

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* CutSong: The original prologue (later incorporated into "The Coney Island Waltz" in Australia), "That's the Place You Ruined, You Fool!" ** "We can't be all like Christine". Cue [[spoiler:Meg's]] VillainousBreakdown and "Heaven by the Sea".[[spoiler: accidentally shooting Christine]].
22nd Jul '15 4:43:48 PM damus2300
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* AlternateContinuity: Veers strongly away from the book on which it is based.
1st Jul '15 1:52:01 AM damus2300
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* ICouldaBeenAContender: Meg Giry seems to be an uncharacteristically young example of this trope; back in Paris she had a "promising" ballet career ahead of her -- the stage musical even presents her as the lead of the corps de ballet -- and now she's a burlesque stripper.

* WhiteDwarfStarlet: Meg Giry seems to be an uncharacteristically young example of this trope; back in Paris she had a "promising" ballet career ahead of her -- the stage musical even presents her as the lead of the corps de ballet -- and now she's a burlesque stripper.
19th May '15 9:12:52 AM Sapphirea2
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The show ran from 2010-11 in the West End. A [[{{Retool}} rewritten]] Australian production ran from 2011-12 and was filmed and released on [=DVD=]. A staging in Denmark ran from 2012-13, a Japanese production launched in 2014, and it's also had a concert staging in Austria. A Broadway production ''was'' supposed to launch in Fall 2010, but has since been lost to DevelopmentHell; Lloyd Webber still hopes to see it happen.
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The show ran from 2010-11 in the West End. A [[{{Retool}} rewritten]] Australian production ran from 2011-12 and was filmed and released on [=DVD=]. A staging in Denmark ran from 2012-13, a Japanese production launched in 2014, [=DVD=], and it's also had a concert staging in Austria. several other countries (Denmark, Japan, etc.) have mounted their own productions since. A Broadway production staging ''was'' supposed to launch in New York City in Fall 2010, but has since been lost to DevelopmentHell; Lloyd Webber still hopes to see it happen. DevelopmentHell. A North American touring production [[http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Breaking-News-The-Phantom-Is-Coming-To-America--LOVE-NEVER-DIES-Will-Tour-US-in-2017-20150519 has been announced for 2017]].
28th Apr '15 9:19:23 AM WildConcerto
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*NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: In the original London cast recording. Ramin Karimloo, Sierra Boggess, Joseph Millson and Harry Child have of course an English accent, Summer Strallen has rather strangely an American one, while Sally Dexter, like Miranda Richardson in the 2004 movie, has a French accent... albeit not a very good one, which, to be honest, borders more on the Transylvanian accent.
17th Jan '15 7:04:17 PM PrincessGwen
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* WritersCannotDoMath: The sequel, set in 1907, is supposed to take place ten years after the original. Whether you go by the stage version (set in 1881) or the movie (1870), this doesn't add up. The opening text on the filmed version of the Australian staging says the original's events took place in 1895!
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* WritersCannotDoMath: The sequel, set in 1907, is supposed to take place ten years after the original. Whether you go by the stage version (set in 1881) or the movie (1870), this doesn't add up. The opening text on the filmed version of the Australian staging says the original's events took place in 1895!1895! But it also says Love Never Dies takes place in 1905, so it's semi-averted.
13th Jan '15 9:57:42 AM Elefterio
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The show ran from 2010-11 in the West End. A [[{{Retool}} rewritten]] Australian production ran from 2011-12 and was filmed and released on [=DVD=]. A staging in Denmark ran from 2012-13, a Japanese production launched in 2014, and it's also had a concert staging in Germany. A Broadway production ''was'' supposed to launch in Fall 2010, but has since been lost to DevelopmentHell; Lloyd Webber still hopes to see it happen.
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The show ran from 2010-11 in the West End. A [[{{Retool}} rewritten]] Australian production ran from 2011-12 and was filmed and released on [=DVD=]. A staging in Denmark ran from 2012-13, a Japanese production launched in 2014, and it's also had a concert staging in Germany.Austria. A Broadway production ''was'' supposed to launch in Fall 2010, but has since been lost to DevelopmentHell; Lloyd Webber still hopes to see it happen.
27th Nov '14 12:31:10 AM PaulA
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Compare and contrast with ''Literature/ThePhantomOfManhattan'', the novel derived from Lloyd Webber and FrederickForsyth's ideas for a sequel in TheNineties.
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Compare and contrast with ''Literature/ThePhantomOfManhattan'', the novel derived from Lloyd Webber and FrederickForsyth's Creator/FrederickForsyth's ideas for a sequel in TheNineties.
24th Oct '14 8:48:46 PM Timber
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--> '''Raoul''': Every detail exactly as she said. She often spoke of you, my friend.
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--> '''Raoul''': Every detail exactly as she said. She often spoke of you, my friend.friend, your velvet lining and your figurine of lead. Will you still play when all the rest of us are dead?
12th Oct '14 1:36:24 AM Timber
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** What's more, Raoul's dialogue when buying the music box in ''Phantom'''s prologue is in past tense, implying that Christine is already dead by the time of ''Love Never Dies''.
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** What's more, Raoul's dialogue when buying the music box in ''Phantom'''s prologue is in past tense, implying that Christine is may already be dead by the time of ''Love Never Dies''.
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