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A Fairy Tale / Charm!



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English Title: A Fairy Tale -The Spirit of the Blue Rose- / Charm!
Japanese Title: A Fairy Tale —青い薔薇の精— / シャルム!
Romanized Title: A Fairy Tale -Aoi Bara no Sei- / Sharumu!

Troupe: Flower
Year: 2019
Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 08/23 - 09/30; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 10/18 - 11/24
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 09/10; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 10/31

A Fairy Tale:

Author / Director: Ueda Keiko
Composer:
Choreographer:
Conductor (Takarazuka):
Conductor (Tokyo):

Charm!

Author / Director: Inaba Daichi
Composer:
Choreographer:
Conductor (Takarazuka):
Conductor (Tokyo):

Available on DVD: TBA
Available on Blu-Ray: TBA
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: TBA

Cast

RoleCastShinko Cast
Elu de la RoseAsumi Rio
Charlotte WheeldonHana Yuuki
Harvey RockwoodYuzuka Rei


Other Cast: Takashou Mizuki, Mebuki Yukina. Seto Kazuya, Saezuki Runa, Shiraki Akari, Marika Yume, Wataru Hibiki, Mihana Rino, Maizuki Nagisa, Kazumi Shou, Kaga Ririka, Haryuu Mitsuki, Minami Maito, Mahou Tsugumi, Otohane Emi, Yuunami Kei, Sarasa Nachi, Chiyuki Aki, Shiroki Mirei, Haruhi Urara, Kureha Maki, Hina Ririka, Ayaki Hikari, Hiryuu Tsukasa, Mineka Towa, Sumizuki Naoto, Wakakusa Moeka, Hozumi Mahiro, Rinno Shizuka, Takamine Jun, Haruya Yuuri, Oto Kurisu, Itotsuki Yukiha, Seino Asuka, Izumi Maira, Ichinose Kouki, Kazu Reisa, Sakino Mion, Mano Kazuma, Natsuha Kotori, Serina Ei, Tatsuki Mio, Tsubasa Anju, Ryouka Kina, Yuki Daiya, Suzumina Natsuki, Taou Shun, Miku Rinka, Ouzuki Noa, Naoto Akira, Rio Hikaru, Ryouha Mare, Asanoha Kotono, Shiki Sumire, Kinami Raito, Futaba Yuyu, Kotomi Kurara, Kaito Asahi, Hayami Shiosa, Amashiro Rein, Miyahime Koko, Hakuto Seira, Aira Miko, Mihane Ai, Aoki Tsukasa, Misato Reina, Reiya Rion, Natsuki Manato, Misora Maru, Hoshizora Misaki, Marena Yui, Hatsune Yume, Kohana Uta, Reaki Mira, Hanato Hikari

Summary

WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!


A Fairy Tale

"The blue rose" — a forbidden flower which does not exist in the natural world. In the language of flowers, it means "impossible".

Times change, and scientific advancement has made many impossible things possible, but the eternal dream of being able to stop time has remained impossible. The "Spirit of the Blue Rose" broke the laws of the fairy world and was branded a heretic; now he is locked away in darkness and solitude. As time passes by, what remains in his heart is...

The Great British Empire; the latter half of the 19th century. Due to the Industrial Revolution, the economy is flourishing and Britain is enjoying unprecedented prosperity. London, where the first World Expo was held to huge success, is teeming with people's boundless aspirations, and remarkable developments have been achieved in science and technology.

This era is the backdrop; a time when folklore and superstition have become a thing of the past. People believe that this is reality, but their world intersects with another dimension that they cannot see. A bittersweet and heartwarming original musical for those of us living in the hustle and bustle of modern society. Asumi Rio, as the "Spirit of the Blue Rose" who surpasses human beauty, invites you to a fantastic and aesthetic word.

Charm!

"Charm" is a French word that means allure, fascination, sorcery, incantation... This production will be led by Asumi Rio, changing into various forms and overflowing with irresistible charm, interwoven with all of the individualistic members of Flower Troupe — a lavish revue brimming with elegance.

Other Information

  • Hana Yuuki's Grand Theater debut as top musumeyaku of Flower Troupe.
  • Final performance for top star Asumi Rio.

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Created by lokai. Last Modification: Sunday 16 of June, 2019 16:29:19 PDT by caithion.

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