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JIN / Fantastic Energy!




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English Title: JIN / Fantastic Energy!
Japanese Title: JIN-仁- / Fantastic Energy!
Romanized Title: JIN-Jin- / Fantastic Energy!

Troupe: Moon
Year: 2013
Performances: National Tour, 11/15 - 12/08

JIN:

Based On: the manga of the same name by Murakami Motoka
Author/Director: Saitou Yoshimasa
Composer: Aoki Tomoko, Teshima Kyouko
Choreographer: Hanayagi Juraku, AYAKO

Fantastic Energy!:

Author/Director: Nakamura Kazunori
Composer: Nishimura Kouji, Kai Masato, Kuratomi Shinichi, Nakagawa Akira
Choreographer: Hayama Kiyomi, Hirasawa Satoshi, KAZUMI-BOY, Bryant Baldwin, Satou Chikanori

Available on DVD: Yes (release date 2014/05/03)
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: No

Cast

RoleCast
Minakata Jin (A present-day surgeon) Ryuu Masaki
Tachibana Saki (Daughter of a direct retainer to the Shogun)/Yume (Jin's lover) Manaki Reika
Shinmon Tatsugoro (Head of the Firefighter group "Wo Kumi") Natsumi You
Ogata Koan (Western Doctor) Asuka Yuu
Tachibana Ei (Saki's mother) Touka Yurino
Sakamoto Ryoma (Former member of the Tosa clan) Saou Kurama
Okoma (Young lady of Edo with a pickpocketing business) Moeka Yuria
Suzuya Hikosaburo (Master of the red-light district brothel "Suzuya") Ayazuki Seri
Katsu Rintaro (Kaishu) (Warship Magistrate of the Tokugawa Shogunate) Kouzuki Ruu
Tachibana Kyotaro (Direct retainer of the Shogun/Saki's older brother) Miya Rurika
Nakaoka Shintaro (Ryouma's sworn friend)/Ichimura Hanzemon Mishou Kazuki
Choushichirou (Book Vendor) Hibiki Reona
Saburi Yusuke (Western doctor) Uzuki Hayate
Jean Le Round (French merchant) Mizuha Kanato
Kondo Isami (Head of the Shinseigumi) Arise Sou
Suzuya Taki (Hikosaburo's wife) Saki Akane
Yamada Jun'an (Former Western Medical School doctor) Chinami Karan
Takaoka Gensai (Assassin for the Kyoto Mimawarigumi) Houzuki An
Sawamura Tanosuke (Kabuki actor) Takasumi Hayato
Nokaze (Call Courtesan) Hanahi Mira
Mystery ER patient/Shinnosuke ("Wo Kumi" Firefighter) Hoshina Yutaka
Yuugiri (Noh actor) Tsuzuki Mia
Yamamoto Seijuurou (Assassin) Shouga Tsubaki
Senkichi ("Wo Kumi" Firefighter) Tamaki Ryou
Miki Hanbei (Assassin) Kirami Ruise
Kiichi (Boy that sells soybeans and boiled eggs) Kousaki Ran
Jin's Shadow Mizumi Rei
Akane (Poster girl for a Japanese-style confectionary shop) Harune Aki
Kaede (Ninja) Samomo Satsuki
Oharu (Daughter of a samurai) Misato Yumeno
Manservent Yuu Hikaru
Daigorou (Okoma's younger brother)/Matsumoto Atsuko (Nurse) Akane Konatsu
Onatsu (Daughter of a samurai) Urara Senri
Fate's Dream Dancer Yukarino Koyuki
Fate's Dream Dancer Kiyoka Ran


Summary

WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!


JIN


It's Tokyo in 2013, and Jin Minakata, a brain surgeon at the Toto University Hospital, has earned a huge amount of respect from his patients and staff. They refer to him as “the surgeon with the hands of God” for how his advanced surgical skills have saved many lives. But Jin no longer harbors any hopes for his own future, due to the heartbreak he has suffered after the love of his life, Yume, passed away from a disease outside his area of expertise. One day, the doctor heads an operation on an emergency patient, whose identity is unknown, suffering from a laceration on his scalp. The operation is a success, and he regains consciousness. The moment Jin hears the emergency patient utter the mysterious words “I am you,” a bolt of lightning flashes, and the doctor tumbles down a spiral staircase. The patient, however, has fled the hospital.

Jin wakes up in unfamiliar grassy area where countless fireflies dance in the sky. As he struggles to comprehend what has just happened to him, he witnesses something shocking: a clashing of swords between Samurai. Jin seems to have experienced a time slip, going back in time to over 150 years ago to the Edo Era, in 1862 during the final stages of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Jin impulsively jumps in to try to stop the fight, without first grasping the situation. A young man has been attacked by an assassin and sustains a deep cut to his head. Jin's medical instincts kick in. He enlists the assistance of Rintaro Katsu (Kaishu), one of the Shogun's vassals who has rushed to the scene after hearing the disturbance. They carry the young man, who goes by the name of Kyotaro Tachibana, to his estate in a bid to save his life. Coming out to meet them is Kyotaro's sister, Saki, and when Jin sees her face, his breath is taken away: Saki and Yume are two peas in a pod. Jin is dumbfounded by the sight of Saki, but manages to come to his senses. He uses a suturing kit that he carried with him through time to conduct a craniotomy, cutting through Kyotaro's skull. The young man's life is saved. Based on what Kyotaro and Saki have been saying, Jin realizes the following day that he is now in the Edo Era, in the last days of the Tokugawa Shogunate. He lies to Saki when she asks about his hometown, saying he has suddenly lost his memory.

Jin, who has started living at the Tachibana residence on Saki's suggestion, becomes involved in treating cholera. The contagious disease has been spreading throughout Edo's urban areas. Watching Jin guide the patients toward recovery by using medical treatment -which is standard practice today but considered taboo at the time- Saki develops a yearning to become a highly esteemed doctor like Jin, for her father too had died from cholera.

After all the treatment finishes, a man appears before Saki and Jin, just as the doctor is taking a rest. This man, who could at any time slash Jin with his sword, is none other than Ryoma Sakamoto, whose name will become indelibly known to future generations as a hero during the final years of the Shogunate.

Jin starts to develop loving affection toward the warm-hearted people of Edo, even while he shudders at fact that he is no less changing the course of history by using modern medical treatment to save the lives of those who would otherwise succumb. As he continues to forge deep ties with various people while earnestly confronting his medical treatment, Jin eventually becomes caught up in the powerful tide of history.



Fantastic Energy!


A dancing show focusing on the energy and freshness of Ryuu Masaki's Moon Troupe, with a theme of "dynamism."

Chapter 1 - Prologue


Scene 1


Fantastic Dancer Man S sings scat to a fascinating rhythm, and as he does so, Fantastic Dancer Men A appear.

Fantastic Dancer Man S: Ryuu Masaki

Fantastic Dancer Man A: Saou Kurama, Miya Rurika, Uzuki Hayate, Tamaki Ryou

Scenes 2-3


Beginning with Fantastic Dancer Woman S, the stars enter. They all dance energetically, then join in to sing the chorus with Fantastic Dancer Man S.

Fantastic Dancer Man S: Ryuu Masaki
Fantastic Dancer Woman S: Manaki Reika

Fantastic Dancer Man A: Saou Kurama, Miya Rurika, Uzuki Hayate, Tamaki Ryou, Houzuki An

Fantastic Dancer Man: Asuka Yuu, Ayazuki Seri, Kouzuki Ruu, Mishou Kazuki, Hibiki Reona, Mizuha Kanato, Arise Sou, Chinami Karan, Takasumi Hayato, Hoshina Yutaka, Shouga Tsubaki, Kirami Ruise, Mizumi Rei, Yuu Hikaru

Fantastic Dancer Woman: Touka Yurino, Moeka Yuria, Saki Akane, Hanahi Mira, Tsuzuki Mia, Kousaki Ran, Harune Aki, Samomo Satsuki, Misato Yumeno, Akane Konatsu, Urara Senri, Yukarino Koyuki, Kiyoka Ran

Scene 4


Fantastic Dancer Man S has a solo number.

Fantastic Dancer Man S: Ryuu Masaki

Chapter 2 - Energy!


Scene 5-6


Below ground, in the underground of a city. Here no light has shown for many years, but a single spark of energy quickly grows, and the Energy Dancer Men A appear.

Amidst the wave of energy born from that ray of light, the crowd of energy dancers generate high voltage. The dancers continue to dance among the explosion of energy. When their power reaches a high point, the dancers disappear. The Energy Dancer Men A remain on stage to sing.

Energy Dancer Man A: Saou Kurama, Hibiki Reona, Houzuki An

Energy Dancer Woman A: Hanahi Mira, Tsuzuki Mia, Harune Aki

Energy Dancer Man: Mizuha Kanato, Arise Sou, Chinami Karan, Takasumi Hayato, Shouga Tsubaki, Mizumi Rei, Yuu Hikaru

Energy Dancer Woman: Kousaki Ran, Samomo Satsuki, Akane Konatsu, Kiyoka Ran

Chapter 3 - Passionate


Scenes 7-8


In a golden, shining world, Passionate Man S appears suddenly. When he hears the Latin rhythm he gets a spark in his eye and begins to perform a hot dance with the other men. The Passionate women come at last to join them and the stage heats up like a carnivale.

Passionate Man S: Ryuu Masaki

Passionate Woman S: Manaki Reika

Passionate Man A: Miya Rurika, Tamaki Ryou

Passionate Man: Ayazuki Seri, Kouzuki Ruu, Mishou Kazuki, Uzuki Hayate, Hoshina Yutaka, Kirami Ruise

Passionate Woman: Touka Yurino, Moeka Yuria, Saki Akane, Misato Yumeno, Urara Senri, Yukarino Koyuki

Passionate Man (Singer): Asuka Yuu

Passionate Woman (Singer): Touka Yurino

Chapter 4 - Gitano


In passionate Spain there live the rovers--the gitano. A burning Spanish rhythm resounds, drawing the passionate blood out in the Gitano Men A as they sing and dance. The Gitano Woman S appears, dancing a fiery dance with the Gitano Man A.

Scene 9A


Gitano Man A: Houzuki An
Gitano Man: Takasumi Hayato, Shouga Tsubaki, Mizumi Rei, Yuu Hikaru

Scene 9B


Gitano Man A: Saou Kurama
Gitano Woman: Tsuzuki Mia, Kousaki Ran, Harune Aki, Samomo Satsuki, Akane Konatsu

Scene 9C


Gitano Man A: Uzuki Hayate, Houzuki An, Tamaki Ryou
Gitano Woman: Touka Yurino, Moeka Yuria, Tsuzuki Mia, Kousaki Ran, Harune Aki, Samomo Satsuki, Misato Yumeno, Akane Konatsu, Urara Senri, Yukarino Koyuki, Kiyoka Ran

Scene 9D


Gitano Man: Ayazuki Seri, Mishou Kazuki, Hibiki Reona, Mizuha Kanato, Chinami Karan

Gitano Woman: Saki Akane, Hanahi Mira

Scene 9E


Gitano Man A: Miya Rurika
Gitano Man: Asuka Yuu, Kouzuki Ruu, Arise Sou, Takasumi Hayato, Hoshina Yutaka, Shouga Tsubaki, Kirami Ruise, Mizumi Rei, Yuu Hikaru

Scene 9F


Gitano Woman S: Manaki Reika
Gitano Man: Kouzuki Ruu

Scene 9G


Gitano Woman S: Manaki Reika
Gitano Man A: Saou Kurama, Miya Rurika, Uzuki Hayate, Houzuki An, Tamaki Ryou

Gitano Man: Ayazuki Seri, Mishou Kazuki, Hibiki Reona, Takasumi Hayato, Arise Sou, Chinami Karan, Hoshina Yutaka, Kirami Ruise

Gitano Woman: Tsuzuki Mia, Kousaki Ran, Samomo Satsuki, Misato Yumeno, Akane Konatsu, Urara Senri, Yukarino Koyuki, Kiyoka Ran

Scenes 10-13


In the moonlit night, the voice of Gitano Man S resounds. It calls to the hearts of all the gitano, and they dance around Gitano Man S. It builds into an energetic chuuzume.

Gitano Man S: Ryuu Masaki
Gitano Woman S: Manaki Reika

Gitano Man A: Saou Kurama, Miya Rurika, Uzuki Hayate, Houzuki An, Tamaki Ryou

Gitano Man: Asuka Yuu, Ayazuki Seri, Kouzuki Ruu, Mishou Kazuki, Hibiki Reona, Mizuha Kanato, Arise Sou, Chinami Karan, Takasumi Hayato, Hoshina Yutaka, Shouga Tsubaki, Kirami Ruise, Mizumi Rei, Yuu Hikaru

Fantastic Dancer Woman: Touka Yurino, Moeka Yuria, Saki Akane, Hanahi Mira, Tsuzuki Mia, Kousaki Ran, Harune Aki, Samomo Satsuki, Misato Yumeno, Akane Konatsu, Urara Senri, Yukarino Koyuki, Kiyoka Ran

Scene 14


A single gitano alone.

Gitano Man A: Tamaki Ryou

Chapter 5 - Legend of the Rose


Scene 15


A crimson world where red rose petals dance. The mesmerizing Red Rose Woman S appears, and dances "passionate love" and "pure beauty" in the language of the flowers.

Red Rose Woman S: Manaki Reika

Red Rose Man A: Miya Rurika, Uzuki Hayate, Houzuki An

Red Rose Man: Hibiki Reona, Chinami Karan, Kirami Ruise, Mizumi Rei, Yuu Hikaru

Red Rose Woman: Touka Yurino, Moeka Yuria, Hanahi Mira, Kousaki Ran, Harune Aki, Samomo Satsuki

Scene 16


One of the legends of the roses handed down from ancient times tells of a single rose bush which wound round a cross and bloomed. As a dance which seems to symbolise the beauty of love spreads, the crimson world is reborn.

Rose Man S: Ryuu Masaki
Red Rose Woman S: Manaki Reika

Rose Man A: Saou Kurama, Tamaki Ryou
Red Rose Man A: Miya Rurika, Houzuki An

Rose Man: Ayazuki Seri, Kouzuki Ruu, Mishou Kazuki, Mizuha Kanato, Arise Sou, Takasumi Hayato, Hoshina Yutaka, Shouga Tsubaki

Rose Woman: Saki Akane, Tsuzuki Mia

Red Rose Man: Hibiki Reona, Chinami Karan

Red Rose Woman: Touka Yurino, Moeka Yuria, Hanahi Mira

Chapter 6 - Finale A


Scene 17A


The Finale singer appears and sings.

Finale Singer: Uzuki Hayate

Scene 17B


A line dance with Rockette A at the center.

Rockette A: Harune Aki

Rockette: Kirami Ruise, Kousaki Ran, Mizumi Rei, Samomo Satsuki, Misato Yumeno, Yuu Hikaru, Akane Konatsu, Urara Senri, Yukarino Koyuki, Kiyoka Ran

Scene 18


Finale Singer S sings.. Then the Finale Singer appears. A gentle dance scene accompanied by jazz music.

Finale Singer S: Manaki Reika

Finale Singer: Tamaki Ryou

Chapter 7 - Finale B


Scene 19


Gentleman S appears on the stairs and sings, surrounded by ladies.

Gentleman S: Ryuu Masaki

Lady: Touka Yurino, Moeka Yuria, Saki Akane, Hanahi Mira, Tsuzuki Mia, Kousaki Ran, Harune Aki

Scene 20


A dance number in black tuxedos by Gentleman S and the other otokoyaku.

Gentleman S: Ryuu Masaki

Gentleman: Saou Kurama, Ayazuki Seri, Kouzuki Ruu, Miya Rurika, Mishou Kazuki, Hibiki Reona, Uzuki Hayate, Mizuha Kanato, Arise Sou, Chinami Karan, Houzuki An, Takasumi Hayato, Hoshina Yutaka, Shouga Tsubaki, Tamaki Ryou, Kirami Ruise, Mizumi Rei, Yuu Hikaru

Scene 21A


Duet Lady S appears on stairs and begins to dance with six gentlemen.

Duet Lady S: Manaki Reika

Gentleman: Saou Kurama, Miya Rurika, Uzuki Hayate, Chinami Karan, Houzuki An, Tamaki Ryou

Scene 21B


Duet Gentleman S and Duet Lady S dance together.

Duet Gentleman S: Ryuu Masaki
Duet Lady S: Manaki Reika

Chapter 8 - Parade


Scene 22


A grand parade to match a grand revue.

Parade Gentleman S: Ryuu Masaki
Parade Lady S: Manaki Reika

Parade Gentleman A: Saou Kurama, Miya Rurika, Uzuki Hayate, Houzuki An, Tamaki Ryou

Etoile: Hanahi Mira

& other cast.

Other Information

  • "JIN" was first performed by Snow Troupe in 2012. "Fantastic Energy!" was first performed by Moon Troupe in the Grand Theater in 2013.

Schedule
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Location
11/15 - 11/17Sagami Women's University Green Hall (Sagamihara, Kanagawa)
11/20Utsunomiya Bunka Kaikan (Utsunomiya, Tochigi)
11/21Hitachinaka City Bunkakaikan (Hitachinaka, Ibaraki)
11/23Saitamashi Bunka Center (Saitama)
11/24Fuchu Forest Art Theater (Toyko)
11/26Seto Culture Center (Seto, Aichi)
11/27Hashima City Central Community Center Sky Hall (Hashima, Gifu)
11/28Moriyama Civic Hall (Moriyama, Shiga)
11/30 - 12/01Houzan Hall (Kagoshima)
12/03Miyazaki Shimin Bunka Hall (Miyazaki)
12/05Saga City Community Hall (Saga)
12/07 - 12/08Umeda Arts Theater (Osaka)


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