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    Roger - IEI
    Mimi - SLE
    Mark - LII
    Maureen - EIE or SEE
    Joanne - LSI
    Angel - EIE
    Collins - SEE
    Benny - LIE


    I think Jonathan Larson (the writer/composer) may have been IEI. Roger is basically the main character, it has the full beta quadra with one alpha, one/two very fun SEEs, and the "villain" is LIE, the stuffy businessman who doesn't understand their ideals but is later redeemed.

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    Phantom of the Opera
    Christine - IEI (both Emmy Rossum and Sarah Brightman are also IEI IMO)
    Phantom - SLE (LSIs can also play him, but Gerard Butler is SLE)
    Raoul - LSE (the movie version at least; other types have played him on stage but he is basically the "knight in shining armor" stereotype. Also Patrick Wilson is LSE, as very well demonstrated by the movie Insidious)
    Carlotta - EIE enneagram 8 (crazy as fuck)


    The only time an IEI would choose an LSE>beta ST - if the beta ST is totally insane. Raoul and Christine don't actually seem to get along. He doesn't listen to her at all.


    (he comes in towards the end of the video)


    Even after she was enchanted into the phantom's lair (which is putting it nicely; in the book she was kidnapped for two weeks) and was terrified that the phantom would come and get her again, he shrugged off everything she was saying as if it were a silly ghost story, even though she was really afraid. He continuously told her that he wasn't real, that it's all in her head, it was just a dream, etc.



    Raoul seems to enjoy her naïveté and probably thinks she lets her imagination run away with her too often. In the first clip he seemed to be slightly ridiculing.


    Emmy Rossum was asked to describe both men (the actors) in an interview. She described Patrick Wilson as "charming, handsome, hardworking and a very talented singer" (or something along those lines) and that was it. However, when talking about Gerard Butler, she talked about how they bonded together, shared a love of music, went to events together and talked with each other about the characters and their relationships.


    ALW is also IEI.

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    I haven't seen Gargoyles in a long ass time, but all I remember is that goliath is a raging ESTj 8w9 sp/sx. Broadway could be ENFp or something.

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