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The former ballet dancer was known as a chorographer, dancer, and music extraordinaire. His name was Marius Petipa. Marius was born in 1818 in Marseille, France. H…is mother was Jean Petipa and also known for being a successful ballet dancer. Marius came from a family background of excellent talent so it was no surprise that Marius started training at a very young age. He was seven years old and was being taught by his father. Marius' brother also followed in the foot steps. As a teen, Marius' family moved to Brussels. This made a huge impact in his life. Petipa attended Grand College, where he studied music. He was a natural dancer. His effort and great improvement gave him the opportunity to appear in his father's production in 1831. Success came a long was for Petipa and in 1838, he studied at a well known theatre in Nantes, France. He appeared in many opera shows and very slowly started coming out of his shell. Petipa got the opportunity to work with many famous and talented people in the show business. He shared the stage with Lucien, August Vertis, Jules Perrot, and Arthur Saint-Leon. Later, he became the teacher of the Imperial Ballet Academy in St. Petersburg. In his later years, Marius' passion for dancing grew stronger. He wanted much more. He traveled quite a lot going from Bordeaux to Madrid and a few other places. After many time of hard work and trying Marius got the chance to learn to speak Spanish. This was a great advantage when he choreographed ballets in Russia. He is known for his successful opera shows and his up-moving style of dances. Shortly after, Petipa's love life soon headed for a huge turn. He fell in love with a dancer and got engaged. The young lady was named Marie Scurvshikova. The marriage happened on 1854. Marius and Marie had a baby daughter together. Petipa choreographed a ballet number especially for his wife. It was named Un mariage sous régence. In 1882 Marius Petipa's wife, Marie, died. He later married another dancer named Lubova Leonidovna. From then on, Marius' life wasn't full of joy. He continued working but it is believed he died a unhappy man.
Marius Payton is a sportscaster based in Denver, Colorado. He works for the Mtn., the super-regional cable network of the Mountain West Conference. Before moving t…o Denver, Marius worked as a studio host for Comcast-Mid Atlantic(Baltimore), and as a reporter/anchor for the ABC affiliate in Salt Lake City, Utah.
PLEASE HELP It's not even about the French Revolution...>_>;; It's the student revolution...the story took place roughly around 1804, and Cosette and Marius hardly even w…ere mentioned until 1832 -- the year General Lemarque (revolutionist, you know him?) died. The French Revolution ended 1799. :D
Valjean carried the wounded and unconscious Marius for miles through the city sewers to his home, which, obviously, was incredibly hard and selfless of him.
In the book, Eponine manipulates Cosette when she is young by making her do chores and treating Cosette horribly. She also manipulates Cosette when she is older by writing a m…essage on her house saying "Move away", so Valjean, Cosette, and Toussaint will be moving to England. In the musical, she manipulates Cosette when she is little by making her get in trouble, but she doesn't really manipulate adult Cosette. In the book, Eponine manipulates Marius by making him promise to give her what she wanted, in return for finding "the young lady's" house, which she does and Eponine takes him there. She also is the one that causes him to go to the barricades, in the hopes that the two will die together. In the musical, she manipulates Marius by making him promise to give her anything, and shows him Cosette's house. Eponine is much more manipulative in the book than musical...
Why does Jean Valjean go to the barracks where Marius is after receiving gavroche's special note from marius to cosette?
Valjean goes to the barricades to save Marius (because Marius was bound to die if he didn't) so that Cosette could be happy.
So that he will not have to sign any legal papers or paperwork. He's worried that because he's a convict on the run, if he's caught and found out, he might nullify or taint th…e marriage since he signed the papers and therefore might hurt their happiness. That's the very last thing he wants to do.
He was a Roman consul and general who had been banished nd went toCarthage which had become a colony for Roman veterans after itsCarthaginian population had been sold into sla…very at the end ofthe Punic wars.
Marius Biegai goes by Mako.
Marius Bodvin goes by Pepsi.
Marius Florian goes by Jerry.
Marius Kaase goes by Kama.
Marius Zaromskis goes by The Whitemare.
Jean Baptiste Marius Augustin Challamel died in 1894.
Jean Baptiste Marius Augustin Challamel was born in 1818.
Jean Marius RenÃ© GuibÃ© died in 1999.