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Phantom Synopsis (Parody)

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Phantom Synopsis (Parody)#1
Posted: 1/23/20 at 11:58am

I found some of these clever, some of them stupid. Do these exist for other shows? 

https://medium.com/@lizwasser/the-phantom-of-the-opera-a-bullet-point-synopsis-9d07e988bcf7

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Phantom Synopsis (Parody)#2
Posted: 1/24/20 at 5:51am
Methinks you should look up the meaning of "parody" this is the 2nd time you've used it incorrectly.

This isnt funny, either.
If we're not having fun, then why are we doing it? These are DISCUSSION boards, not mutual admiration boards. Discussion only occurs when we are willing to hear what others are thinking, regardless of whether it is alignment to our own thoughts.
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Phantom Synopsis (Parody)#3
Posted: 1/24/20 at 8:59am

dramamama611 said: "This isnt funny, either."

No, it's not. And this is particularly ignorant:

"In the movie, there is a Horse that was, presumably, raised in darkness to walk a woman five feet to a boat one time. Does Ugly Stalker take care of the Horse? Who feeds the Horse? Who shovels the Horse’s poop? I have lost sleep over this damn horse."

She needs to do some research. The horse in the film is actually taken from the source novel (a stable of horses lived at the opera house), and when the musical was in the early design stages, they considered including the horse in the stage show as well.

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