As Carlotta, the Opéra's resident soprano prima donna, rehearses for that evening's performance, a backdrop collapses without warning. "The Phantom! He's here!" the anxious cast members whisper. The Opera's new owners, Firmin and André, try to downplay the incident, but Carlotta refuses to continue and storms offstage.
This man happened to see her singing one night at the opera and remembered their childhood together. After remembering everything about her, he also remembered his feelings for her. Regrettably, upon announcing his feelings for her, she is not interested at first. Her interest was caught by the Phantom of the opera, who tricked Christine into thinking he was the “Angel of Music” that her father told her about so long ago. The Phantom, who we later come to know as Erik, is only a man who
The musical is about a love story of a young writer, Christian, who falls in love with the terminally-ill star of the Moulin Rouge actress, Satine.Satine mistook Christian for the Duke, a potential investor in the cabaret, but soon know that he was just a writer without money, by this time Christian has fallen in love with her. The Duke also loved Satine and tried to interrupt them. Christian and Satine claim they were practicing the lines for the Moulin Rouge's new show. The Duke became jealous and threatened that he may stop financing the show. At the end of the show, Satine succumbed to her illness.
Her broken heart from being betrayed makes her cruel. She now holds a grudge against all males. She even raises her beautiful daughter Estella to lure men in and then break their hearts. She stops all the clocks in Satis House at twenty minutes to nine, which was the moment when she first learned that Compeyson was gone. She still wears her faded wedding dress and only one shoe because when she learned of the betrayal, she hadn’t put the other on yet.
Also in the audience is a young, handsome nobleman named Christian, who confides in his friend Ligniere that he loves Roxane. When Montfleury takes the stage, Cyrano bullies him off it. A group of aristocrats tries to send Cyrano away, but he challenges them all to a duel. He ends up fighting a guy by the name of Valvert, a Count whom the Count de Guiche has selected as a husband for Roxane. As he fights, Cyrano improvises a poem about the duel.
“Twelfth Night or What You Will,” setting takes place Illyria where we meet Duke who is in love with his neighbor Olivia. She pays him no mind and has sworn to avoid men’s company for seven years because; she is mourning to death f her brother. Meanwhile, I ship has been wrecked and twin Sebastian and Viola have lost each other. Viola trying o work has changed her gender to be a boy, now known as Cesario. Becoming a boy she now works for Orsino who she is now in love with.
This is where they first meet. Maybe if Juliet’s father hasn’t allowed Romeo to stay at the party they wouldn’t have met, this could have stopped the romance between then before it began and neither of them would have died. When Romeo goes to Juliet’s house she’s says that she has no joy of this contract [love] tonight, it is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden(act….). Juliet believes that it is too rash and she isn’t too sure if they are in love but she falls for what Romeo says. They hardly knew each other why didn’t they says I can’t be with him/her, I have to get over him/her.
Even the nurse, who just wants Juliet to be happy, tells her to forget about Romeo and marry Paris. This betrayal hurt Juliet more than anyone else because it forced her to come up with an absurd plan with the Friar to fake her own death to be with Romeo, which did not
However, the servant cannot read, but encounters into Benvolio and Romeo. Not knowing that they are Montagues, he asks Romeo to read the invitation for him. This coincidence informs Benvolio and Romeo about the party, where Romeo meets Juliet and they fall in love with each other. Had the servant known that Benvolio and Romeo were Montagues, he would not have stopped to ask for help because of the ongoing feud between the Montagues and Capulets. In addition, dramatic irony also occurs at the Capulets’ party, when Romeo and Juliet meet each other and fall in love.
As he rushed into the hall to see who the girl with that amazing voice was, he was too late because she was already gone. Joey asked Dustin regarding the girl with an amazing voice, but unfortunately, Dustin only took her family name. As Joey starts his search for the mysterious singer, he eventually goes to Marry house to look for that singer. Bad luck strikes again because when he was at her house, Marry wasn’t at home at that time and her step sisters manage to convince Joey that one of them are the mysterious singer. On the day of the competition, Marry shows up and she sings the same song as she did before, and that’s when he finds out that he has the wrong person.