History Theatre / RomeoEtJulietteDeLaHaineALamour

6th Nov '15 2:20:19 PM Morgenthaler
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3rd Jul '15 4:33:48 PM nombretomado
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* AnachronismStew: The costumes in this show tend to look like LadyGaga multiplied the fourteenth century by the late nineties. Mercutio in the Viennese production was dressed a bit like a ''Film/GangsOfNewYork''-style street brawler.
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* AnachronismStew: The costumes in this show tend to look like LadyGaga Music/LadyGaga multiplied the fourteenth century by the late nineties. Mercutio in the Viennese production was dressed a bit like a ''Film/GangsOfNewYork''-style street brawler.
21st Mar '15 5:38:52 AM IncreaseBlue
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* NiceToTheWaiter: Consistent with Shakespeare's text, Tybalt is sometimes played this way, though in some representations servants complain about him and compare him unfavorably to his father.
26th Feb '15 12:22:33 PM IncreaseBlue
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Lady Montague in all productions (in Shakespeare, she's reported to have died offstage of grief when Romeo was exiled) and Paris in all but the Hungarian (in Shakespeare and the Hungarian adaptation, Paris is killed by Romeo at the Capulet tomb).
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Lady Montague in all productions (in Shakespeare, she's reported to have died offstage of grief when Romeo was exiled) and Paris in all but the Hungarian (in Shakespeare and Shakespeare, the Hungarian adaptation, and the Italian adaptation, Paris is killed by Romeo at the Capulet tomb).

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Lady Montague in all productions (in Shakespeare, she's reported to have died offstage of grief when Romeo was exiled) and Paris in all but the Hungarian (in Shakespeare and the Hungarian adaptation, Paris is killed by Romeo at the TookALevelInJerkass: Italian Lord Capulet tomb).is the only one shown to be physically abusive towards Tybalt and Juliet.
17th Feb '15 5:30:05 PM IncreaseBlue
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: ** Notably invoked, that Romeo ''isn't'' the broody, [[{{Wangst}} wangsting]] EmoTeen he is in Shakespeare, but just a sensitive young guy who dreams of one day finding someone to love and share his life with. ** Tybalt is in love with his cousin, Juliet, so his motivation switches from petty battle lust to romantic jealousy. Depending on the version, Tybalt murdering Mercutio may be an accident or [[AdaptationalVillainy completely deliberate]]. How he reacts also can vary anywhere between gloating and actual catatonia. ** So far, Mercutio has had three settings: a simple womanising fun loving man, an otherworldly willing agent of chaos, or a man driven by unrequited love for his best friend.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: ** Notably invoked, that Romeo ''isn't'' CuteMute: The original production had "La Muette", a servant of the broody, [[{{Wangst}} wangsting]] EmoTeen he is in Shakespeare, but just a sensitive young guy Capulets who dreams transcribed the songs into sign language. The Nurse is protective of one day finding someone to her, and although Benvolio teased her unkindly at first, by the end they are implied love and share his life with. ** Tybalt is in love with his cousin, Juliet, so his motivation switches from petty battle lust to romantic jealousy. Depending on the version, Tybalt murdering Mercutio may be an accident or [[AdaptationalVillainy completely deliberate]]. How he reacts also can vary anywhere between gloating and actual catatonia. ** So far, Mercutio has had three settings: a simple womanising fun loving man, an otherworldly willing agent of chaos, or a man driven by unrequited love for his best friend.interests.
17th Feb '15 5:06:07 PM IncreaseBlue
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nope, the song was between Lord Capulet and the nurse
* NoAccountingForTaste: Lord and Lady Capulet, according to the song "Grosse" that was added for the Asian tour.
27th Jan '15 8:48:11 AM IncreaseBlue
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Notably invoked, that Romeo ''isn't'' the broody, [[{{Wangst}} wangsting]] EmoTeen he is in Shakespeare, but just a sensitive young guy who dreams of one day finding someone to love and share his life with, and Tybalt is in love with his cousin.
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: AlternateCharacterInterpretation: ** Notably invoked, that Romeo ''isn't'' the broody, [[{{Wangst}} wangsting]] EmoTeen he is in Shakespeare, but just a sensitive young guy who dreams of one day finding someone to love and share his life with, and with. ** Tybalt is in love with his cousin.cousin, Juliet, so his motivation switches from petty battle lust to romantic jealousy. Depending on the version, Tybalt murdering Mercutio may be an accident or [[AdaptationalVillainy completely deliberate]]. How he reacts also can vary anywhere between gloating and actual catatonia. ** So far, Mercutio has had three settings: a simple womanising fun loving man, an otherworldly willing agent of chaos, or a man driven by unrequited love for his best friend.
15th Jan '15 3:43:31 PM IncreaseBlue
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* PetTheDog: Even Death appears to take pity on the amount of grief Benvolio has to deal with, and seem like they wish to comfort him in "Comment Lui Dire".
14th Jan '15 5:18:23 AM IncreaseBlue
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* MadOracle: Strangely, Luca Giacomelli Ferrarini seems to play Mercutio this way, [[{{Gayngst}} amongst]] [[SadClown other]] [[MoodSwinger notable traits]].
19th Dec '14 7:33:23 AM Werebazs
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* HurricaneOfEuphemisms[=/=]HurricaneOfPuns: Mercuio often talks in these. Also the refrains of "Kings of the world" includes the mention of legs wide apart, trousers down and cannons going bang.

* LargeHam: Most of the cast tends to overact their role, especially compared to the rather tamed acting of the original.

* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In this version Benvolio's the one entrusted with the letter, but misunderstands and thinks it's Juliet's good bye to Romeo. He's so distraught about him having to hand it over to Romeo, that in a fit of anger he tears it apart himself.
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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In this version Benvolio's the one entrusted with the letter, but only knows that it's about love. After hearing the news, that Juliet has commited suicide, he misunderstands the letter, and thinks it's Juliet's good bye to Romeo. He's so distraught about him having to hand it over to Romeo, that in a fit of hysterical anger he tears it apart himself.
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