History Theatre / RENT

22nd Sep '16 9:52:12 PM nombretomado
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* PairTheSpares: An inter-textual example. In LaBoheme, Colline and Schaunard are the only characters without a romance, so here their equivalent characters are made a couple.

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* PairTheSpares: An inter-textual example. In LaBoheme, ''Theatre/LaBoheme'', Colline and Schaunard are the only characters without a romance, so here their equivalent characters are made a couple.
21st Sep '16 7:02:49 AM Kitch
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* TheLostLenore: April, Roger's dead girlfriend, whose suicide triggers the depression we find him at play's start. [[spoiler:In the film version, Mark notes that April [[DrivenToSuicide slit her wrists in their bathtub]], leaving a note saying only, "We've got AIDS." The film isn't quite that explicit.]]

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* TheLostLenore: April, Roger's dead girlfriend, whose suicide triggers the depression we find him at play's start. [[spoiler:In the film theatre version, Mark notes that April [[DrivenToSuicide slit her wrists in their bathtub]], leaving a note saying only, "We've got AIDS." The film isn't quite that explicit.]]
19th Sep '16 9:39:41 AM Kitch
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* TheLostLenore: April, Roger's dead girlfriend, whose suicide triggers the depression we find him at play's start.

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* TheLostLenore: April, Roger's dead girlfriend, whose suicide triggers the depression we find him at play's start. [[spoiler:In the film version, Mark notes that April [[DrivenToSuicide slit her wrists in their bathtub]], leaving a note saying only, "We've got AIDS." The film isn't quite that explicit.]]
19th Sep '16 8:55:50 AM Kitch
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* AdaptationExpansion: Nothing is noted about how Mark or the others will pay for the aftershow party after the one waiter notes that the last time they visited, Mark never paid. In the film version, Angel shoves a bunch of money at the waiter, some of what she had left from her hit on Evita.

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* AdaptationExpansion: Nothing is noted in the musical about how Mark or the others will pay for the aftershow party after the one waiter notes that the last time they visited, Mark never paid. In the film version, Angel shoves a bunch of money at the waiter, some of what she had left from her hit on Evita.
19th Sep '16 8:55:26 AM Kitch
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* AdaptationExpansion: Nothing is noted about how Mark or the others will pay for the aftershow party after the one waiter notes that the last time they visited, Mark never paid. In the film version, Angel shoves a bunch of money at the waiter, some of what she had left from her hit on Evita.
19th Sep '16 7:47:07 AM Kitch
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* PlotMandatedFriendshipFailure: Angel's funeral. Mimi and Roger's relationship seems to have ended for good, Mark and Roger alienate because of Roger running off to Santa Fe, and Collins isn't happy that all the drama was brought to the funeral--something he knew Angel would've never wanted. [[ZigZagged However,]] Maureen and Joanne reconcile for good, and Benny begins to turn back to his friends, offering to pay for Mimi's rehab, and admitting to Collins he never really liked the dog Angel [[DrivenToSuicide drove to suicide]].

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* PlotMandatedFriendshipFailure: Angel's funeral. Mimi and Roger's relationship seems to have ended for good, Mark and Roger alienate because of Roger running off to Santa Fe, and Collins isn't happy that all the drama was brought to the funeral--something he knew Angel would've never wanted. [[ZigZagged However,]] Maureen and Joanne reconcile for good, and Benny begins to turn back to his friends, offering to pay footing the bill for Mimi's rehab, Angel's funeral, and admitting to Collins he never really liked the dog Angel [[DrivenToSuicide drove to suicide]].
19th Sep '16 7:34:45 AM Kitch
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* NoBisexuals: Maureen is constantly referred to as a lesbian, though she is actually bisexual (potentially even [[AnythingThatMoves Omnisexual) and visibly Mark's ex.

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* NoBisexuals: Maureen is constantly referred to as a lesbian, though she is actually bisexual (potentially even [[AnythingThatMoves Omnisexual) Omnisexual]]) and visibly Mark's ex.
19th Sep '16 7:34:33 AM Kitch
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* NoBisexuals: Maureen is constantly referred to as a lesbian, though she is actually bisexual and visibly Mark's ex.

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* NoBisexuals: Maureen is constantly referred to as a lesbian, though she is actually bisexual (potentially even [[AnythingThatMoves Omnisexual) and visibly Mark's ex.
19th Sep '16 7:30:38 AM Kitch
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** In the original musical, the first act all takes place on Christmas Eve. In the film, the events are split into three nights, ending with Maureen's performance and "La Vie Boheme" taking place the night after Christmas.

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** In the original musical, the first act all takes place on Christmas Eve. In the film, the events are split into three nights, ending with nights. "Today 4 U" through "Will I?" take place on Christmas Day, while Maureen's performance and "La Vie Boheme" taking take place the night after Christmas.
19th Sep '16 6:58:30 AM Kitch
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* PlotMandatedFriendshipFailure: Angel's funeral. Mimi and Roger's relationship seems to have ended for good, Mark and Roger alienate because of Roger running off to Santa Fe, and Collins isn't happy that all the drama was brought to the funeral--something he knew Angel would've never wanted. {{ZigZagged However,}} Maureen and Joanne reconcile for good, and Benny begins to turn back to his friends, offering to pay for Mimi's rehab, and admitting to Collins he never really liked the dog Angel [[DrivenToSuicide drove to suicide]].

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* PlotMandatedFriendshipFailure: Angel's funeral. Mimi and Roger's relationship seems to have ended for good, Mark and Roger alienate because of Roger running off to Santa Fe, and Collins isn't happy that all the drama was brought to the funeral--something he knew Angel would've never wanted. {{ZigZagged However,}} [[ZigZagged However,]] Maureen and Joanne reconcile for good, and Benny begins to turn back to his friends, offering to pay for Mimi's rehab, and admitting to Collins he never really liked the dog Angel [[DrivenToSuicide drove to suicide]].
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