History Theatre / TheDrowsyChaperone

10th Dec '16 8:09:29 PM Fuzzybluestockings
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* BlatantLies: Janet gets a song's worth of them in "Show Off."
29th Aug '16 3:18:28 PM JohnnyLurg
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* ButchLesbian: Trix, according to Man in

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* ButchLesbian: Trix, according to Man in Chair.
29th Aug '16 3:18:08 PM JohnnyLurg
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* ButchLesbian: Trix, according to Man in
29th Aug '16 3:17:17 PM JohnnyLurg
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* CampStraight: [[spoiler: Man in Chair.]]
29th Aug '16 3:16:03 PM JohnnyLurg
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* DumbMuscle: Aldolpho.
29th Aug '16 2:55:15 PM JohnnyLurg
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* DevouredByTheHorde: Aldolpho's actor's body is stated to have been found partially digested by his poodles. Later, the Man in the Chair tells the audience to try to not think about the poodles before one of Aldolpho's musical performances.
29th Aug '16 10:42:51 AM JohnnyLurg
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* TheDitz: Both Kitty and Miss Tottendale.

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* TheDitz: Both Kitty Aldolpho, Kitty, and Miss Tottendale.
1st Apr '16 1:39:12 PM MusicManSamwise
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* ArtisticLicenseMusic: The album the Man In Chair listens to purports to be a recording of “the complete show” as it was produced in 1928. However, cast recordings of Broadway shows didn’t really exist as a concept until Decca released one for ''Oklahoma!'' in 1944; prior to that—and the subsequent invention of {{LPs}}—only small snippets of musicals were recorded, since an entire score required six or seven 78 records was somewhat impractical. Even assuming an album of the show was eventually made (e.g. a re-recording by a studio cast 30 years later), there is no way it would include every single line of dialogue as depicted.

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* ArtisticLicenseMusic: The album the Man In Chair listens to purports to be a recording of “the complete show” as it was produced in 1928. However, cast recordings of Broadway shows didn’t really exist as a concept until Decca released one for ''Oklahoma!'' in 1944; prior to that—and the subsequent invention of {{LPs}}—only small snippets of musicals were recorded, since an entire score required six or seven 78 records and was somewhat impractical. Even assuming an album of the show was eventually made (e.g. a re-recording by a studio cast 30 years later), there is no way it would include every single line of dialogue as depicted.
1st Apr '16 1:38:33 PM MusicManSamwise
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* ArtisticLicenseMusic: The album the Man In Chair listens to purports to be a recording of “the complete show” as it was produced in 1928. However, cast recordings of Broadway shows didn’t really exist as a concept until Decca released one for ''Oklahoma!'' in 1944; prior to that—and the subsequent invention of {{LPs}}—only small snippets of musicals were recorded, since an entire score required six or seven 78 records was somewhat impractical. Even assuming an album of the show was eventually made (e.g. a re-recording by a studio cast 30 years later), there is no way it would include every single line of dialogue as depicted.
1st Jun '15 9:44:47 PM capretty
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* CastingGag: The original Broadway program featured snippets about the in-universe cast. In the section about Janet's actress, Jane Roberts, there's pictures of her with her husband Dylan Horne. Horne is played by Christian Borle, Sutton Foster's then husband.
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