History Tsundere / Theater

2nd Mar '16 11:27:19 PM Eievie
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-->By my troth, my lord, I cannot tell what to think//
of it but that she loves him with an enraged//

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-->By my troth, my lord, I cannot tell what to think//
think\\
of it but that she loves him with an enraged//enraged\\



* Marian in ''TheMusicMan'' is the benevolent and level-headed librarian/music teacher, who tends to be kind, if assertive, towards others. But when Harold Hill comes around, she is justifiably icy and dismissive.

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* Marian in ''TheMusicMan'' ''Theatre/TheMusicMan'' is the benevolent and level-headed librarian/music teacher, who tends to be kind, if assertive, towards others. But when Harold Hill comes around, she is justifiably icy and dismissive.
2nd Mar '16 11:26:18 PM Eievie
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-->By my troth, my lord, I cannot tell what to think
-->of it but that she loves him with an enraged
-->affection: it is past the infinite of thought.
* Isabella from ''Theatre/MeasureForMeasure'' also acts in this manner, although her moods are somewhat... bizarre from time to time.
* Penelope Pennywise from ''Theatre/{{Urinetown}}'' is a rare Western example of a Harsh Tsundere. Her 'dere trigger' is anything to do with Hope, [[spoiler: since she is her daughter, and/or being reminded of her past with Cladwell]]. She has even been known to get violent at times, and is particularly good with a plunger...

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-->By my troth, my lord, I cannot tell what to think
-->of
think//
of
it but that she loves him with an enraged
-->affection:
enraged//
affection:
it is past the infinite of thought.
* Isabella from ''Theatre/MeasureForMeasure'' also acts in this manner, although her moods are somewhat... somewhat… bizarre from time to time.
* Penelope Pennywise from ''Theatre/{{Urinetown}}'' is a rare Western example of a Harsh Tsundere. Her 'dere trigger' is anything to do with Hope, [[spoiler: since she is her daughter, and/or being reminded of her past with Cladwell]]. She has even been known to get violent at times, and is particularly good with a plunger...plunger…



''Verse 1:''
-->In vain to us you plead –

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''Verse 1:''
-->In vain to us you plead –plead--



-->Your prayers we do not heed –

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-->Your prayers we do not heed –heed--



-->We’re very cross indeed –

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-->We’re very cross indeed –indeed--




''Verse 2''

-->Your disrespectful sneers –

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\n''Verse 2''\n\n-->Your disrespectful sneers –sneers--



-->Call forth indignant tears –

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-->Call forth indignant tears –tears--



--->You break our laws –

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--->You break our laws –laws--
17th Oct '15 4:52:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* Penelope Pennywise from ''{{Urinetown}}'' is a rare Western example of a Harsh Tsundere. Her 'dere trigger' is anything to do with Hope, [[spoiler: since she is her daughter, and/or being reminded of her past with Cladwell]]. She has even been known to get violent at times, and is particularly good with a plunger...
* In ''MaryMary'', Mary alternates between being a cynical DeadpanSnarker and acting helplessly romantic, particularly around her ex-husband Bob. Her smug denial of being a [[DefrostingIceQueen "Miss Birdseye Frozen"]] only adds to the {{Tsundere}} impression, as does the noticeable catch in her voice when she says "I should know better than to believe it when somebody tells me that I'm--pretty."

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* Penelope Pennywise from ''{{Urinetown}}'' ''Theatre/{{Urinetown}}'' is a rare Western example of a Harsh Tsundere. Her 'dere trigger' is anything to do with Hope, [[spoiler: since she is her daughter, and/or being reminded of her past with Cladwell]]. She has even been known to get violent at times, and is particularly good with a plunger...
* In ''MaryMary'', ''Theatre/MaryMary'', Mary alternates between being a cynical DeadpanSnarker and acting helplessly romantic, particularly around her ex-husband Bob. Her smug denial of being a [[DefrostingIceQueen "Miss Birdseye Frozen"]] only adds to the {{Tsundere}} impression, as does the noticeable catch in her voice when she says "I should know better than to believe it when somebody tells me that I'm--pretty."
30th Apr '15 1:27:40 PM nombretomado
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* Sarah towards Sky in ''GuysAndDolls''.

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* Sarah towards Sky in ''GuysAndDolls''.''Theatre/GuysAndDolls''.
17th Mar '15 11:09:05 PM FearlessSon
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Added DiffLines:

* Continuing with Creator/WilliamShakespeare's works, Leonato in ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' describes Beatrice's feelings for Benedick thusly:
-->By my troth, my lord, I cannot tell what to think
-->of it but that she loves him with an enraged
-->affection: it is past the infinite of thought.
13th Oct '14 12:06:37 PM hbi2k
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[[folder:Type A]]

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[[folder:Type A]][[folder: Harsh (Tsun)]]



* Penelope Pennywise from ''{{Urinetown}}'' is a rare Western example of a Type A {{Tsundere}}. Her 'dere trigger' is anything to do with Hope, [[spoiler: since she is her daughter, and/or being reminded of her past with Cladwell]]. She has even been known to get violent at times, and is particularly good with a plunger...

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* Penelope Pennywise from ''{{Urinetown}}'' is a rare Western example of a Type A {{Tsundere}}.Harsh Tsundere. Her 'dere trigger' is anything to do with Hope, [[spoiler: since she is her daughter, and/or being reminded of her past with Cladwell]]. She has even been known to get violent at times, and is particularly good with a plunger...



[[folder:Type B]]

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[[folder:Type B]][[folder: Sweet (Dere)]]



* Beatrice from ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is more a Type B; she is friendly and amiable toward most people, except Benedick. Their [[BelligerentSexualTension "merry war"]] [[EveryoneCanSeeIt fails to hide their true affections from the rest of the cast]]. She defrosts to a certain extent, but her relationship with Benedick races up and down the temperature scale throughout. She's also fiercely protective of her cousin Hero, to the point of wanting to see Claudio dead when he wrongly accuses Hero of infidelity.

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* Beatrice from ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is more a Type B; Sweet; she is friendly and amiable toward most people, except Benedick. Their [[BelligerentSexualTension "merry war"]] [[EveryoneCanSeeIt fails to hide their true affections from the rest of the cast]]. She defrosts to a certain extent, but her relationship with Benedick races up and down the temperature scale throughout. She's also fiercely protective of her cousin Hero, to the point of wanting to see Claudio dead when he wrongly accuses Hero of infidelity.
19th Nov '13 12:32:50 PM LordGro
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** Some more modern interpretations of the play never have her lose her edge. However, Lilli Venessi, who plays Kate in the play-within-a-play in ''Kiss Me Kate'' definitely exhibits tsundere traits. Same goes to Catalina (played by Claudia Di Girolamo)from "La Fiera", a Chilean Telenovela also based in the play, though she's a ActionGirl and older than the standard.

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** Some more modern interpretations of the play never have her lose her edge. However, Lilli Venessi, who plays Kate in the play-within-a-play in ''Kiss Me Kate'' ''Theatre/KissMeKate'' definitely exhibits tsundere traits. Same goes to Catalina (played by Claudia Di Girolamo)from "La Fiera", a Chilean Telenovela also based in the play, though she's a ActionGirl and older than the standard.



* Creator/WilliamShakespeare has some more straightforward examples of a Tsundere than Katherine -- [[AMidsummerNightsDream Hermia]], for example, who gets very fiery when roused, and Katherine Percy and Hotspur of ''HenryIV, Part 1'', who are a Tsundere ''married couple''. He constantly insults and belittles her while she threatens him with violence. And they are ''adorable''.

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare has some more straightforward examples of a Tsundere than Katherine -- [[AMidsummerNightsDream Hermia]], Katherine--Hermia from ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'', for example, who gets very fiery when roused, and Katherine Percy and Hotspur of ''HenryIV, Part 1'', ''Theatre/HenryIVPart1'', who are a Tsundere ''married couple''. He constantly insults and belittles her while she threatens him with violence. And they are ''adorable''.



* In GilbertAndSullivan's ''Iolanthe'', the fairies give rather mixed messages, with cooing "don't go"s in between the abuse in "In vain to us you plead." It's practically the Tsundere anthem.

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* In GilbertAndSullivan's ''Iolanthe'', Creator/GilbertAndSullivan's ''Theatre/{{Iolanthe}}'', the fairies give rather mixed messages, with cooing "don't go"s in between the abuse in "In vain to us you plead." It's practically the Tsundere anthem.



* Beatrice from ''MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is more a Type B; she is friendly and amiable toward most people, except Benedick. Their [[BelligerentSexualTension "merry war"]] [[EveryoneCanSeeIt fails to hide their true affections from the rest of the cast]]. She defrosts to a certain extent, but her relationship with Benedick races up and down the temperature scale throughout. She's also fiercely protective of her cousin Hero, to the point of wanting to see Claudio dead when he wrongly accuses Hero of infidelity.
* Marian in TheMusicMan is the benevolent and level-headed librarian/music teacher, who tends to be kind, if assertive, towards others. But when Harold Hill comes around, she is justifiably icy and dismissive.
* Sarah towards Sky in GuysAndDolls.

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* Beatrice from ''MuchAdoAboutNothing'' ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is more a Type B; she is friendly and amiable toward most people, except Benedick. Their [[BelligerentSexualTension "merry war"]] [[EveryoneCanSeeIt fails to hide their true affections from the rest of the cast]]. She defrosts to a certain extent, but her relationship with Benedick races up and down the temperature scale throughout. She's also fiercely protective of her cousin Hero, to the point of wanting to see Claudio dead when he wrongly accuses Hero of infidelity.
* Marian in TheMusicMan ''TheMusicMan'' is the benevolent and level-headed librarian/music teacher, who tends to be kind, if assertive, towards others. But when Harold Hill comes around, she is justifiably icy and dismissive.
* Sarah towards Sky in GuysAndDolls.''GuysAndDolls''.
4th Jul '13 7:18:13 AM sorako
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* Beatrice from ''MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is more a Type B; she is friendly and amiable toward most people, except Benedick. Their "merry war" [[EveryoneCanSeeIt fails to hide their true affections from the rest of the cast]]. She defrosts to a certain extent, but her relationship with Benedick races up and down the temperature scale throughout. She's also fiercely protective of her cousin Hero, to the point of wanting to see Claudio dead when he wrongly accuses Hero of infidelity.

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* Beatrice from ''MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is more a Type B; she is friendly and amiable toward most people, except Benedick. Their [[BelligerentSexualTension "merry war" war"]] [[EveryoneCanSeeIt fails to hide their true affections from the rest of the cast]]. She defrosts to a certain extent, but her relationship with Benedick races up and down the temperature scale throughout. She's also fiercely protective of her cousin Hero, to the point of wanting to see Claudio dead when he wrongly accuses Hero of infidelity.
18th Jun '13 11:11:19 PM Babyface13
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*Marian in TheMusicMan is the benevolent and level-headed librarian/music teacher, who tends to be kind, if assertive, towards others. But when Harold Hill comes around, she is justifiably icy and dismissive.
*Sarah towards Sky in GuysAndDolls.
11th Jan '13 7:49:44 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Christmas Eve from AvenueQ, her solo song is even called "The More You [[JapaneseRanguage Ruv]] Someone (The More You Want To Kill Them)"

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* Christmas Eve from AvenueQ, ''Theatre/AvenueQ'', her solo song is even called "The More You [[JapaneseRanguage Ruv]] Someone (The More You Want To Kill Them)"
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