Act II

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Chūshingura - Kabuki(歌舞伎)
... Act I, Tsurugaoka kabuto aratame (“The Helmet Selection at Hachiman Shrine”) This play has a unique opening, in which the curtain is pulled open slowly over ... Act II, The Scriptorium of the Kenchōji Temple When Act II is performed as Kabuki it is often given in a later version, first performed by Ichikawa Danjūrō VII (1791–1859), and ... A performance of Act II is extremely rare, even “complete” (tōshi kyōgen) performances almost never include it ...
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark - Synopsis - Act II
... Maligned by the media and suffering financial woes, Peter wants to spend more time with Mary Jane after missing the opening night of her play and begins considering to take time off from fighting crime ... Upset over Peter's constant excuses and not wanting to lose the best friend she ever had, Mary Jane suggests they take a break from their relationship ("I Just Can't Walk Away (Say It Now)") ...
Act II: The Father Of Death
... Act II The Father of Death is the second album by indie rock band The Protomen, and the follow-up to the band's self-titled debut ... art, and full title were revealed (previously, the band had referred to the album simply as Act II) ...
Sugar Plum Fairy - The Music - Concert Excerpts and Arrangements - Tchaikovsky: Suite From The Ballet The Nutcracker
... Miniature Overture II ... less frequently played, of some of the other numbers Act I, Tableau I Nos. 5 ... Act II Adagio from the Grand Pas de Deux Act II Introduction, Scene Dansante, and Spanish Dance Act II Final Waltz and Apotheosis Some conductors, such as Robert Irving of the New ...
The Protomen - Concepts and Themes - Act II (Act II - The Father of Death)
... Alan Shacklock, devised a prequel storyline to Act I ... The second act details the rise of Albert Wily to power, the rivalry between himself and Thomas Light, and the tragic events which brought the City ... The band states that Act II was designed to sound cleaner, reflecting a time "before the bomb dropped" ...

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