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''Theatre/{{Hadestown}}'': Has some spoken lines, but even those are spoken in verse rather than natural-sounding dialogue.
* ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'': In a clever take on this, the dialogue scenes take the form of rap numbers.

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-->-- '''Javert''', ''Series/KeyAndPeele: [[Theatre/LesMiserables Les]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__d2FMCtgi4 Mis]]''

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-->-- '''Javert''', ''Series/KeyAndPeele: [[Theatre/LesMiserables Les]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__d2FMCtgi4 [[https://youtu.be/__d2FMCtgi4?t=123 Mis]]''

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* ''Film/TheUmbrellasOfCherbourg''

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* ''AudioPlay/TheDollsOfNewAlbion'' has exactly two spoken lines in the entire show. Even the narration is done in song.

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* ''Theatre/{{Elisabeth}}'' has spoken introductions to some songs, most notably at the start of "Prolog (Alle tanzten mit dem Tod)", but the rest of the musical is entirely sung.

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* ''Theatre/NatashaPierreAndTheGreatCometOf1812''''Theatre/NatashaPierreAndTheGreatCometOf1812'', with exactly ''one'' exception. [[spoiler:"If I were not myself, but the brightest, handsomest, best man on Earth, and if I were free, I would get down on my knees this instant and ask you for your hand. And for your love."]] Even the ''score'' stops for this line.

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This is standard practice in French and Italian {{opera}}. However, German operas or ''Singspiel'' usually have talking in between musical numbers (e.g., [[Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart's]] ''The Abduction from the Seraglio'').

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This is standard practice in French and Italian {{opera}}. However, German operas or ''Singspiel'' usually have talking in between musical numbers (e.g., [[Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart [[Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart's]] ''The Abduction from the Seraglio'').

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