History Theatre / NotreDameDeParis

24th Nov '15 9:06:53 AM sailorknight
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** Quasimodo is given makeup that's meant to distort his features, but the success varies greatly by the production and actor's actual face.
24th Jun '13 7:41:07 AM Deusirae76
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1st Jun '13 9:16:29 PM Vasha
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''Notre Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, played in ''Korea'' popular) French-language rock opera, originally starring Quebecois singing sensation Garou. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Creator/VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.

!!Tropes found in the musical ''Notre Dame De Paris'':

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''Notre Dame ''Notre-Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, played in ''Korea'' popular) French-language rock opera, originally starring Quebecois Québecois singing sensation Garou. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Creator/VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.

!!Tropes found in the musical ''Notre Dame De ''Notre-Dame de Paris'':



** Quasimodo's "Danse mon Esmeralda", right after Esmeralda's death. He's witnessed the death of the woman he loves and killed his adoptive father. He's resolved to die holding Esmeralda's dead body, because "dying for you is not dying". Yeah, he's pretty broken.
** Frollo finally goes insane, complete with InsaneLaugh, in "Mon maitre, mon sauveur (My Master My Saviour)".
** Fleur De Lys also has a one, in La Monture, about how she was destroyed by Phoebus and she'll only take him back if he hangs Esmeralda

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** Quasimodo's "Danse mon Esmeralda", Esméralda", right after Esmeralda's death. He's witnessed the death of the woman he loves and killed his adoptive father. He's resolved to die holding Esmeralda's dead body, because "dying for you is not dying". Yeah, he's pretty broken.
** Frollo finally goes insane, complete with InsaneLaugh, in "Mon maitre, maître, mon sauveur (My Master My Saviour)".
** Fleur De Lys Fleur-de-Lys also has a one, in La Monture, "La Monture", about how she was destroyed by Phoebus and she'll only take him back if he hangs Esmeralda



* DistantDuet: Esmeralda and Fleur-de-Lys sing about how much they love Phoebus and how they believe he will love them back forever ("Beau comme le soleil"). Also Esmeralda and Quasimodo in "Les oiseaux qu'on met en cage (The Birds They Put in Cages)"

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* DistantDuet: Esmeralda and Fleur-de-Lys sing about how much they love Phoebus and how they believe he will love them back forever ("Beau comme le soleil"). Also Esmeralda and Quasimodo in "Les oiseaux qu'on met en cage (The Birds They Put in Cages)"Cages)".



* IAmSong: "Bohemienne", sung by Esmeralda
* IgnoredEpiphany: "Tu vas me detruire (Your Love Will Kill Me)" is this trope in song form.

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* IAmSong: "Bohemienne", "Bohémienne", sung by Esmeralda
* IgnoredEpiphany: "Tu vas me detruire détruire (Your Love Will Kill Me)" is this trope in song form.



* NeverMyFault: "Je Reviens vers Toi". Phoebus tells [[WomanScorned Fleur-De-Lis]] that he was [[BlatantLies bewitched by Esmeralda]], and that he wasn't in his right mind. Also, Frollo claims Esmeralda seduced him so he's not at fault for his lust.

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* NeverMyFault: "Je Reviens reviens vers Toi". Phoebus tells [[WomanScorned Fleur-De-Lis]] Fleur-de-Lis]] that he was [[BlatantLies bewitched by Esmeralda]], and that he wasn't in his right mind. Also, Frollo claims Esmeralda seduced him so he's not at fault for his lust.



* SanitySlippageSong: "Tu vas me detruire" for Frollo

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* SanitySlippageSong: "Tu vas me detruire" détruire" for Frollo



* WomanScorned: Fleur-De-Lis is engaged to Phoebus, but he cheats on her with Esmeralda. In the song "La Monture", she says she will only take him back if he promises that they will kill Esmeralda.
* VillainLoveSong: "Etre pretre et aimer un femme": Frollo about Esmeralda.
** "Tu vas me detruire" sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.

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* WomanScorned: Fleur-De-Lis Fleur-de-Lis is engaged to Phoebus, but he cheats on her with Esmeralda. In the song "La Monture", she says she will only take him back if he promises that they will kill Esmeralda.
* VillainLoveSong: "Etre pretre "Être prêtre et aimer un une femme": Frollo about Esmeralda.
** "Tu vas me detruire" détruire" sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.
14th May '13 2:09:11 PM Merlo
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Averted in the musical. The [[RedShirtArmy mob of outcasts]] still gets killed.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Averted in the musical. While in the book Quasimodo drives Clopin's followers and Esmeralda's would-be rescuers away from Notre Dame due to misunderstanding, in the musical he rescues them from the prison and they fight together to defend Esmeralda in Notre Dame. The [[RedShirtArmy mob of outcasts]] still gets killed.
10th Apr '13 1:18:57 PM SantosLHalper
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* MrExposition: Gringoire in the French musical adaptation. He only interacts with the characters three times and for the rest of the musical his only purpose is to act as a neutral third-party witness to what's going on in the story.

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* MrExposition: Gringoire in the French musical adaptation. He only interacts with the characters three times and for the rest of the musical his only purpose is to act as a neutral third-party witness to what's going on in the story.
5th Dec '12 5:05:42 AM Sabena
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* VillainLoveSong: "Tu vas me detruire" sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.

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* VillainLoveSong: "Tu "Etre pretre et aimer un femme": Frollo about Esmeralda.
**"Tu
vas me detruire" sung by Frollo is kind of an inversion. He's being "[[NeverMyFault seduced]]" by one of the ''good guys''.
16th Aug '12 3:18:21 PM Nimue46
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*AdaptationalAttractiveness: Quasimodo is played by the adorably baby-faced Garou.
25th Jul '12 2:42:41 PM coppertop1
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** Fleur De Lys also has a one, in La Monture, about how she was destroyed by Phoebus and she'll only take him back if he hangs Esmeralda
22nd Jul '12 11:35:15 AM nombretomado
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''Notre Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, played in ''Korea'' popular) French-language rock opera, originally starring Quebecois singing sensation Garou. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.

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''Notre Dame de Paris'' is an ''enormously'' popular (as in, played in ''Korea'' popular) French-language rock opera, originally starring Quebecois singing sensation Garou. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by VictorHugo, Creator/VictorHugo, better known in English as ''Literature/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''.
21st Jul '12 12:15:23 PM coppertop1
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