Development of musical theatre The antecedents of musical theatre in Europe can be traced back to the theatre of ancient Greecewhere music and dance were included in stage comedies and tragedies during the 5th century BCE. Groups of actors would use outdoor Pageant wagons stages on wheels to tell each part of the story.
Synopsis 1 Summaries Paddington is happily settled with the Brown family in Windsor Gardens, where he has become a popular member of the community, spreading joy and marmalade wherever he goes.
Spoilers The synopsis below may give away important plot points. The Browns have changed in many ways. Mary Brown is training to swim the English channel; Henry Brown does not get the promotion at work he has hoped for; Judy has broken up with her boyfriend, Tony, and has started a newspaper; Jonathan has dropped his old, independent self and has become a classic teenage boy.
When he is just a day away from having enough money for the book, he witnesses it being stolen from the shop by a bearded thief, and is accused of the crime and subsequently arrested when the true culprit flees after a brief chase.
The thief soon returns home, removing a disguise to be revealed as Phoenix Buchanan, an egotistical actor who lives opposite the Browns and whom Paddington met at a carnival opening ceremony some days prior and had shared the existence of the pop-up book, which Buchanan had thought to have been lost.
Whilst in prison, Paddington initially has a mishap with the laundry, but soon befriends many of the initially hostile inmates, including the short-tempered chef Nuckles McGinty, who hires Paddington as his assistant when amazed by his marmalade sandwich recipe. Soon convinced that Buchanan may indeed be the culprit after Mrs Brown speaking to him, the Browns organize a scheme to lure him out of his house and break in to locate the stolen book.
Before they find the book and can act further, Buchanan returns home and suspects something is wrong. The Browns soon realize that they have missed the visiting session at prison, leaving a heartbroken Paddington convinced that they have forgotten him. Paddington soon takes part in a prison break alongside several other inmates, including Nuckles, who promises to aid in proving his innocence but promptly abandons the idea in order to leave the country as a free man, inviting Paddington to come with him to fly out of the country.
Paddington refuses and, whilst roaming the streets and avoiding the police, uses a public telephone to contact the Browns, who insist they would never forget him and that they know Buchanan is the real culprit. To catch him, they arrange to meet at Paddington Station, where the carnival train carrying the supposed location of the hidden fortune is due to leave shortly.
Paddington reaches the station and makes it onto the train just as it leaves, the Browns begin their pursuit in another steam train at the opposite platform, LNER Peppercorn Class A1 Tornado. Buchanan finds the treasure in the carnival organ by playing the music keys he found at each landmark in order but before he can take it Paddington takes the pop-up book back.
When caught up, Henry, Mrs. Bird and Judy board the Tornado and confront Buchanan, who overwhelms them and makes good his initial escape.
Mary tries to rescue Paddington from drowning but struggles to open the locked carriage; she is soon assisted by Nuckles and the other inmates, who have a change of heart and decide to help Paddington as promised and land their small water plane on the river.
In the Roman Rite, the feast of the Chair of Saint Peter is celebrated on 22 February, and the anniversary of the dedication of the two papal basilicas of Saint Peter's . The Familiar Figure in the Brief Story of My Day at Paddington Square. words. 1 page. Musical theatre is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting and dance. The story and emotional content of a musical – humor, pathos, love, anger – are communicated through the words, music, movement and technical aspects of the entertainment as an integrated whole.
Eventually, Henry knocks out Buchanan just as he tries to access the so called treasure, and he is promptly detained. With the book taken in as evidence by the police, Paddington is left disappointed that he was unable to get Lucy a present as promised, though soon discovers the Browns, with the help of various other people in the neighborhood who missed Paddington, made sure Lucy could come to London and see it for herself.
Paddington reunites with Lucy. During the credits, Buchanan is convicted and jailed, and while in prison, he performs his one-man show. Meanwhile, Nuckles and the other inmates who saved Paddington are pardoned.Jan 12, · When you’re kind to others, he figures, everything will turn out alright in the end.
It’s no spoiler to say that Paddington clears his good name with the help of his family and friends, but you may be surprised to discover how touching the 3/5. May 14, · Variations on the Familiar The Ascot scene is a case in point. In Mr. Griffin's staging there is no procession; instead, 9 of the show's 10 actors enter and exit in different groupings.
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About Connie Schisler Vellekoop To make a very long story short--I was reared in a missionary family, spending my childhood in Indonesia, where we lived in a native house on stilts, 3 days travel up-river in the jungle. In the Roman Rite, the feast of the Chair of Saint Peter is celebrated on 22 February, and the anniversary of the dedication of the two papal basilicas of Saint Peter's .
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