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* From ''Thetre/NotreDameDeParis'' "Dieu Que Le Monde Est Injuste," for Quasimodo, and "Vivre," for Esmerelda.

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* From ''Thetre/NotreDameDeParis'' ''Theatre/NotreDameDeParis'' "Dieu Que Le Monde Est Injuste," for Quasimodo, and "Vivre," for Esmerelda.




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* From ''Theatre/AmazingGrace'', "Testimony" in which John has a revelation, culminating in his renewal of faith in God, and vowing to end the slave trade in England to the Lord.
* From the musical adaptation of''Film/YoungFrankenstein'' has either Elizabeth's "Deep Love" or "Fredrick's Soliloquy".
* ''Theatre/{{Evita}}'' has "Waltz for Eva and Che".
** The Revival also borrows from the filmed adaptation's "You Must Love Me."
* ''Theatre/SpidermanTurnOffTheDark'' has "Boy Falls From the Sky."
* ''Theatre/{{Hadestown}}'' has "Promises".



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* "Spanish Rose" in ''Theatre/ByeByeBirdie''.


->''"No, just, 11 o'clock is a significant time. If we were in a musical, this is where I would perform my big 11 o'clock number.
Really? You don't know okay. An 11 o'clock number is a big showstopping number with some sort of thematic revelation, and it usually happens around 11:00 p.m., because shows used to start at 8:30, but now they start earlier for some reason."''

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->''"No, just, 11 o'clock is a significant time. If we were in a musical, this is where I would perform my big 11 o'clock number.
Really? You don't know okay.
number. [...] An 11 o'clock number is a big showstopping number with some sort of thematic revelation, and it usually happens around 11:00 p.m., because shows used to start at 8:30, but now they start earlier for some reason."''


->''"This is humanity's [[LampshadeHanging eleventh hour]], and I've prepared something for the occasion."''
-->-- '''Professor Hidgens''', ''Theatre/TheGuyWhoDidntLikeMusicals''

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->''"This ->''"No, just, 11 o'clock is humanity's [[LampshadeHanging eleventh hour]], a significant time. If we were in a musical, this is where I would perform my big 11 o'clock number.
Really? You don't know okay. An 11 o'clock number is a big showstopping number with some sort of thematic revelation,
and I've prepared something it usually happens around 11:00 p.m., because shows used to start at 8:30, but now they start earlier for the occasion.some reason."''
-->-- '''Professor Hidgens''', ''Theatre/TheGuyWhoDidntLikeMusicals''
'''Rebecca''', ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend''


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* Discussed in ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'''s GrandFinale. Musical theater superfan talks about how how the eleven o'clock number came to be and then sings about her journey so far in a song full of callbacks aptly titled "Eleven O'Clock".


* "Show Stoppin Number" from ''Theatre/TheGuyWhoDidntLikeMusicals''.

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* "Show Stoppin Number" from ''Theatre/TheGuyWhoDidntLikeMusicals''.''Theatre/TheGuyWhoDidntLikeMusicals'', and the source of the page quote.

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->''"This is humanity's [[LampshadeHanging eleventh hour]], and I've prepared something for the occasion."''
-->-- '''Professor Hidgens''', ''Theatre/TheGuyWhoDidntLikeMusicals''


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* "Show Stoppin Number" from ''Theatre/TheGuyWhoDidntLikeMusicals''.



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* "Unruly Heart" from ''Theatre/TheProm''.


* During "Whispering" from ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'', nothing looks like it's going well. Moritz [[spoiler:has died]], Wendla has just [[spoiler:discovered her pregnancy]], and Melchior has been expelled. However, there are only about 15 minutes left in the show.

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* During "Whispering" from ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'', nothing looks like it's going well. Moritz [[spoiler:has died]], Wendla has just [[spoiler:discovered her pregnancy]], and Melchior has [[spoiler:has been expelled.expelled]]. However, there are only about 15 minutes left in the show.

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* During "Whispering" from ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'', nothing looks like it's going well. Moritz [[spoiler:has died]], Wendla has just [[spoiler:discovered her pregnancy]], and Melchior has been expelled. However, there are only about 15 minutes left in the show.


* "Poor Jack" from ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'
* "La Resistance" from ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut''

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* "Poor Jack" from ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'
''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas''.
* "La Resistance" from ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut''''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut''.


* Creator/CirqueDuSoleil's ''Theatre/{{Volta}}'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ0hPfnykSk "Battle of the Man"]], where Waz is initiated into the Freespirits in the Hall of Equals, followed by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GPJOwmCg9g"Inside Me"]], to which Waz celebrates his newfound freedom with a contemporary dance routine.

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* Creator/CirqueDuSoleil's ''Theatre/{{Volta}}'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ0hPfnykSk "Battle of the Man"]], where Waz is initiated into the Freespirits in the Hall of Equals, followed by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GPJOwmCg9g"Inside com/watch?v=4GPJOwmCg9g "Inside Me"]], to which Waz celebrates his newfound freedom with a contemporary dance routine.

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* Creator/CirqueDuSoleil's ''Theatre/{{Volta}}'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ0hPfnykSk "Battle of the Man"]], where Waz is initiated into the Freespirits in the Hall of Equals, followed by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GPJOwmCg9g"Inside Me"]], to which Waz celebrates his newfound freedom with a contemporary dance routine.

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* The reprise of "Sandra Dee" is this in ''Theatre/{{Grease}}''


* ''Theatre/Falsettos'' has "What Would I Do?" a duet between Marvin and [[spoiler:the dying]] Whizzer

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* ''Theatre/Falsettos'' ''Falsettos'' has "What Would I Do?" a duet between Marvin and [[spoiler:the dying]] Whizzer

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