Finale Act

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Little Me (musical) - Plot
... Act I Belle Poitrine (née Schlumpfert) writes her autobiography with the help of Patrick Dennis ("The Truth") ... Remembering how Val saved her life, she marries Val and tells Noble she no longer loves him ("Finale Act I Boom-Boom") ... Act II Five years later, Belle and Val sail on the SS Gigantic ...
Les Cloches De Corneville - Musical Numbers (English Adaptation)
... Overture Act I - Scene 1 - A forest near the village of Corneville. 7 - Finale to First Tableau - "Such conduct is quite sad, and in one about to marry..." Act I - Scene 2 - The Fair of Corneville. 9a - Finale Act I (first part) - "Come! farmer small or with big rental, if first class servants you would find..." No ...
Das Dreimäderlhaus - English Language Versions - American Version: Blossom Time - Musical Numbers
... Act I Opening - Greta, Kupelweiser, Von Schwind, Vogel, Chorus Melody Triste - Bellabruna Three Little Maids - Mitzi, Fritzi, Kitzi, Chorus Serenade - Baron Franz Schober, Franz Schubert, Vogel ...
The Quaker Girl - Musical Numbers
... Act I We've such a tale to tell – Chorus and Mrs ... Blum, Phoebe, Charteris, Tony and Chorus Just As Father Used to Do – Jeremiah and Chorus of Girls Finale Act I (It's the Wedding Day) – Princess Mathilde, Prudence and company Act II In ...

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    For, truly speaking, whoever provokes me to a good act or thought has given me a pledge of his fidelity to virtue,—he has come under the bonds to adhere to that cause to which we are jointly attached.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Let us think this thought in its most terrible form: existence as it is, without meaning or aim, and yet recurring inevitably, without a finale in nothingness—”eternal recurrence.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)