History Theatre / RomeoEtJulietteDeLaHaineALamour

18th Feb '18 4:53:52 PM annieholmes
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* AbsoluteCleavage: The Vienna production has a male example in Tybalt. He gets ''two'' scenes in which his abs aren't visible: the ball, and Paris' marriage proposal.
15th Feb '18 7:33:18 PM annieholmes
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* LargeHam: The Viennese Lady Capulet gets her moments, especially after Tybalt's death. Her lines can only be described as dramatic ear-piercing screeching.



* 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.

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* HurricaneOfEuphemisms[=/=]HurricaneOfPuns: Mercuio often talks in these. Also the refrains of "Kings of the world" World" includes the mention of legs wide apart, trousers down and cannons going bang.
11th Feb '18 11:13:01 AM annieholmes
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* WhiteShirtOfDeath: Giulietta is wearing a white dress when she stabs herself.
2nd Feb '18 1:03:53 PM annieholmes
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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: In the italian version, Mercutio pulls Romeo into a full mouth kiss with his last breath.

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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: In the italian Italian version, Mercutio pulls Romeo into a full mouth kiss with his last breath.breath.
* EarAche: In the Austrian production, Benvolio gets this from Lady Montague by being flippant about Romeo's whereabouts.
21st Jan '18 11:15:10 AM annieholmes
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* TruerToTheText: The Italian version retains much more of the Shakespearean text than others, for example dialogue for the balcony scene, or little jokes like Mercutio taunting Tybalt by calling him a rat-catcher.
12th Jan '18 11:51:29 AM annieholmes
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* CradleOfLoneliness: In the Vienna production, Romeo holds Julia's unconscious body close while rocking back and forth.
12th Jan '18 1:10:15 AM annieholmes
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* DanceBattler: All of the fighting is incorporated in the choreography, with liberal doses of FoeYay to portray the duality of love and hatred.


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* DeathSong: ''Guess.'' In a case of ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, there are three: ''Le mort de Mercutio'', ''Le mort de Romeo'', and ''Le mort de Juliet''.


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* FriendshipSong: ''Les rois du monde'', partially.


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* GriefSong: Aside from the obvious ''Le mort de Romeo'' and ''Le mort de Juliette'', there's also ''Duo du désespoir''.


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* IAmSong: ''C'est pas ma faute'' for Tybalt.


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* LetsDuet: ''Aimer'', ''Duo du désespoir'', ''La haine''.
* LocationSong: Welcome to ''Vérone''. Also a SettingIntroductionSong.


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* ParentalLoveSong: ''Avoir une fille''.
12th Jan '18 1:01:07 AM annieholmes
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** The characters, led by the Prince, address the audience to welcome to them to Verona in the opening number.

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** The characters, led by the Prince, address the audience to welcome to them to Verona in the opening number.
12th Jan '18 1:00:48 AM annieholmes
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** Juliet angrily calls out her elders during ''La mort de Juliette", but her words can be interpreted as railing at the audience for intruding on her grief, as she faces them while singing [[note]]in the Italian version, which makes this subtext evident[/note]]"I leave you with this absurd scene,".

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** Juliet angrily calls out her elders during ''La mort de Juliette", but her words can be interpreted as railing at the audience for intruding on her grief, as she faces them while singing [[note]]in the Italian version, which makes this subtext evident[/note]]"I evident[[/note]] "I leave you with this absurd scene,".
12th Jan '18 1:00:23 AM annieholmes
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** Juliet angrily calls out her elders during ''La mort de Juliette", but her words can be interpreted as railing at the audience for intruding on her grief, as she faces them while singing [[note]]in the Italian version, which makes this subtext evident[//note]]"I leave you with this absurd scene,".

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** Juliet angrily calls out her elders during ''La mort de Juliette", but her words can be interpreted as railing at the audience for intruding on her grief, as she faces them while singing [[note]]in the Italian version, which makes this subtext evident[//note]]"I evident[/note]]"I leave you with this absurd scene,".
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