History Theatre / LoveNeverDies

3rd Dec '17 9:54:02 AM AceMerrill
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* Downer ending
9th Sep '17 4:30:35 PM nombretomado
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The sequel to AndrewLloydWebber's sensationally popular ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''. It takes place on Coney Island, [[TimeSkip approximately ten years after]] the end of ''[[ThePhantomOfTheOpera Phantom]]''. Madame Giry and her daughter, Meg, helped the Phantom to escape to America after the events of the first show, and from there made it possible for him to open up a lavish amusement park on Coney Island. Then, without telling either of the Girys, he lures Christine -- now married to Raoul -- to come sing at his park. Craziness ensues. Music was done by Andrew Lloyd Webber, while the book was written by him, as well as Ben Elton, and Glenn Slater.

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The sequel to AndrewLloydWebber's Creator/AndrewLloydWebber's sensationally popular ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''. It takes place on Coney Island, [[TimeSkip approximately ten years after]] the end of ''[[ThePhantomOfTheOpera Phantom]]''. Madame Giry and her daughter, Meg, helped the Phantom to escape to America after the events of the first show, and from there made it possible for him to open up a lavish amusement park on Coney Island. Then, without telling either of the Girys, he lures Christine -- now married to Raoul -- to come sing at his park. Craziness ensues. Music was done by Andrew Lloyd Webber, while the book was written by him, as well as Ben Elton, and Glenn Slater.
3rd Aug '17 7:58:03 AM RodimusPhil
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**The recap of the last show's events on the DVD place the events of the original Phantom in 1895, which would be (roughly) ten years prior to the given date. Regardless, this still conflicts with the dates given in the original.
23rd Jan '17 5:16:16 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* DrowningMySorrows: Raoul does this at the start of Act Two at a Coney Island bar, wondering in song "Why Does She [Christine] Love Me?" Meg even asks him "Drowning your sorrows?" when she arrives.

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* DrowningMySorrows: Raoul does this at the start of Act Two at a Coney Island bar, wondering in song "Why Does She [Christine] Love Me?" Meg even [[LampshadeHanging asks him "Drowning your sorrows?" sorrows?"]] when she arrives.
21st Nov '16 9:27:38 PM captainpat
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* WomanInBlack: Madame Giry.
15th May '16 5:50:27 PM Kelpha
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** Actually it's a DownerEnding, as [[spoiler: Gustave is left in the care of an obsessive psychopath that will most likely kill him when he does something untoward, and Meg ends up completely broken, thanks especially to Erik lighting the fuse by telling her 'we can't all be like Christine']]. As WebVideo/MusicalHell says, the only one with a positive outcome is [[spoiler: Erik]], who's at fault for pretty much everything that went wrong in both this and its prequel.

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** Actually it's Depending on how YMMV it could also be considered a DownerEnding, as [[spoiler: Gustave is left in the care of an obsessive psychopath that will most likely kill recluse who might harm him when if he does something untoward, and Meg ends up completely broken, thanks especially to Erik lighting the fuse by telling her 'we can't all be like Christine']]. As WebVideo/MusicalHell says, the only one with a true positive outcome is [[spoiler: Erik]], who's at fault for pretty much everything that went wrong in both this and its prequel.
23rd Apr '16 10:04:55 PM MasoTey
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* BigThinShortTrio: In the Australian version, Squelch is big (he's a strongman), Gangle is thin (he's a barker), and Fleck is short (she's a little person).



** BigThinShortTrio: In the Australian version, Squelch is big (he's a strongman), Gangle is thin (he's a barker), and Fleck is short (she's a little person).



* {{Yandere}}: Like in the [[Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera original musical]], the Phantom is still deep in his obsession for Christine and refuses to give up on her and is willing to threaten her to get what he wants.

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Like in the [[Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera original musical]], the Phantom is still deep in his obsession for Christine and refuses to give up on her and is willing to threaten her to get what he wants.
4th Apr '16 2:23:47 AM StFan
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The sequel to AndrewLloydWebber's sensationally popular ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''. It takes place on Coney Island, [[TimeSkip approximately ten years after]] the end of ''[[ThePhantomOfTheOpera Phantom]]''. Madame Giry and her daughter, Meg, helped the Phantom to escape to America after the events of the first show, and from there made it possible for him to open up a lavish amusement park on Coney Island. Then, without telling either of the Girys, he lures Christine -- now married to Raoul -- to come sing at his park. Craziness ensues. Music was done by Andrew Lloyd Webber, while the book was written by him, as well as Ben Elton, and Glenn Slater.

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The sequel to AndrewLloydWebber's sensationally popular ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''. It takes place on Coney Island, [[TimeSkip approximately ten years after]] the end of ''[[ThePhantomOfTheOpera Phantom]]''. Madame Giry and her daughter, Meg, helped the Phantom to escape to America after the events of the first show, and from there made it possible for him to open up a lavish amusement park on Coney Island. Then, without telling either of the Girys, he lures Christine -- now married to Raoul -- to come sing at his park. Craziness ensues. Music was done by Andrew Lloyd Webber, while the book was written by him, as well as Ben Elton, and Glenn Slater.




!!''Love Never Dies'' contains examples of:

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\n!!''Love Never Dies'' contains provides examples of:
29th Mar '16 3:37:24 PM kataangluvr
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** In the revised version, Christine refuses to sing for the Phantom until he threatens to take Gustave from her. [[spoiler:He ends up having a Villainous Breakdown at the end of the first act when he realizes Gustave is his child.]]

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** In the revised version, Christine refuses to sing for the Phantom until he threatens to take Gustave from her. [[spoiler:He ends up having a Villainous Breakdown VillainousBreakdown at the end of the first act when he realizes Gustave is his child.]]
29th Mar '16 10:49:09 AM PersonalPOV
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** Actually it's a DownerEnding, as [[spoiler: Gustave is left in the care of an obsessive psychopath that will most likely kill him when he does something untoward, and Meg ends up completely broken, thanks especially to Erik lighting the fuse by telling her 'we can't all be like Christine']]. As WebVideo/MusicalHell says, the only one with a positive outcome is [[spoiler: Erik]], who's at fault for pretty much everything that went wrong in both this and its prequel.



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