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Mori Keaki


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Name: Mori Keaki
Kanji: 杜 けあき
Current Troupe: Retired
Role: Otokoyaku
Status: Retired Top Star (1988 - 1993)

Nickname: Karincho, Mori-chan
Real Name: ­狩野久美子 (Kano Kumiko)
Height: 165 cm
Birthday: July 26, 1959
Blood Type: AB
Hometown: Sendai, Miyagi
Favorite Food: Japanese cuisine
Favorite Flower: calla lily
Favorite Colors: white, pastel shades
Hobbies: going to the zoo
Collections: postcards, stickers, Chanel stuff
Special Talent: Japanese Dance, Iaido
Origin of Stage Name: 'Mori' is after her father's chief, and 'Keaki' is from 'keyaki' (欅, zelkova) in her native town
Favorite Role: every role given
Would Like to Try Playing: Date Masamune

Debut: 1979 (65th Class) The Scarlet Pimpernel
Troupe History:
1980 - 1993 Snow Troupe

Roles

1993: Houjushou / Parfum de Paris (Star) (special guest)
1992-93: Chuushingura, Oishi Kuranosuke
1992-93: Valentino (Bow Hall), Rudolph Valentino
1992: Kono Koi wa Kumo no Hate Made, Minamoto no Yoshitsune
1991-92: The Great Gatsby / Lovers' Concerto, Jay Gatsby
1991: Spotlight Magic (Bow Hall), Mister Entertainment, I, Salom, Lady, Gentleman S
1991: Rose of Versailles -Oscar and Andre- (National Tour), Oscar
1991: Rose of Versailles: Oscar, Andre (special guest)
1991: Kagenshou / Sweet Typhoon
1990: The Castle Tower Enveloped in the Smell of Flowers / Bright Delight Time (National Tour), Kanou Shinosuke Muneharu
1990: Dusk-Colored Half Moon / Paradise Tropicana, Philip
1990: The Castle Tower Enveloped in the Smell of Flowers / Bright Delight Time, Kanou Shinosuke Muneharu
1989: Book of Lingering Memories (Nippon Seinenkan), Sakata Izaemon <Sakata Toujuurou> (lead role)
1989: Rose of Versailles -Andre and Oscar-, Andre
1989: Chante, Chante, Chante (Bow Hall - Special Guest)
1989: Chronicles of Tamayura / Dynamo! (National Tour), Prince Asukabe
1989: Monsieur du Paris / La Passion, Francois Villon, Billy Claiborne (Top Star Debut)
1988: Book of Lingering Memories (Bow Hall), Sakata Izaemon <Sakata Toujuurou> (lead role)
1988: Chronicles of Tamayura / Dynamo!, Obito no Miko
1988: Redhead (Bow Hall), Tom Baxter (lead role)
1988: Gone with the Wind, Ashley Wilkes, Rhett Butler
1987: Pear Blossoms - Dancing in the Palace / The Revuescope, Fan Wenhu
1987: Takarazuka Dance Eulogy / The Red Rose of Samarkand, Ivun
1987: Poem of Proud Love (Bow Hall), Maurice Lindey (lead role)
1986: Three Waltzes, Johann Brunner
1986: Valentino (Bow Hall), Rudolph Valentino (lead role)
1986: Ooeyama Kaden / Sky High Sky, Watanabe no Tsuna
1986: Show Boat (Bow Hall)
1985: Spreading Golden Wings / Full Beat (National Tour), Falco Lucca
1985: Kaleidoscope of Love / And Now!, Karl / Flamenco Singer / Blues singer / Waltz Singer
1985: Hana Mugen / Spreading Golden Wings, Julio del Campo
1985: A Tale of From Heart (Bow Hall), Al Bright
1984: Love and Fire / Full Beat, Sanji
1984: Gone With The Wind
1984: Ephemeral Love / The Happy Ending Story (Chunichi)
1983: Ephemeral Love / Happy Ending Story, Morris
1983: Tricolore of Love (Bow Hall), Fred Foster / Maurice (lead role)
1983: Blue Jasmine -Desert Love- / Happy Ending Story, Hassan
1983: Ephemeral Love / Grand Elegance, Morris
1982-83: Lily in Love / Golden Dream, Sergeant Paques
1982: Javanese Dancer, Ibrahim
1982: The Real Face... (Bow Hall)
1981-82: Fly Up, Young Seagulls / Sun Orient Sun
1981: Dawn of Lombardia (Bow Hall)
1981: Wandering Requiem
1980-81: Flowery Dance Rhythm / Mars of the Blue Rose -Angelique II-
1980: For the Sake of Distant You (Tokyo)
1979: The Scarlet Pimpernel

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1985: Habatake Ougon no Tsubasa yo, Vittorio Alidoro (lead role)
1984: Love and Fire, Sentarou (lead role)
1984: Gone With the Wind, Rhett Butler (lead role)
1983: Ephemeral Love (Tokyo), Rudolph (lead role)
1983: Blue Jasmine, Prince Kasim ben Hussayn (lead role) / Rodney Grant
1983: Ephemeral Love (Grand Theater), Rudolph (lead role)
1982-83: Lily in Love, Carl (lead role)
1982: Javanese Dancer, Ali Adinan (lead role)
1981-82: Fly Up, Young Seagulls, Shimada Yuutarou (lead role) / Hanai Hajime
1981: Wandering Requiem, Colonel Kobrinsky (lead role)
1980-81: Mars of the Blue Rose -Angelique II-
1980: For the Sake of Distant You (Tokyo)

Concerts / Dinner Shows / Special Performances

1992: Precious Night
1992: '92 TMP Music Festival - Songs in Your Heart
1991: '91 TMP Music Festival - Ethno Pops
1990: Dinner Show: Super Collection
1990: '90 TMP Music Festival - Sound In Big City
1989: Footsteps of Youth
1989: '89 TMP Music Festival - That's Movie! II
1988: '88 TMP Music Festival - Eternal Pops
1987: '87 TMP Music Festival - La Chanson
1986: '86 TMP Music Festival - That's Movie!
1985: '85 TMP Music Festival - Welcome to Broadway
1984: '84 TMP Music Festival - Singing 70 Years of Takarazuka
1983: 25th Mirror Ball -Kayama Yuuzou and Takarasienne Joint Fantasy-
1983: 24th Mirror Ball -TMP Music Festival-

After Takarazuka

2019: The Rose of Versailles 45 (OG Performance)
2015: Super Gift! From Takarazuka Stars - OG Performance (with Tsurugi Miyuki, Anju Mira, Kodama Ai, Shizuki Asato, Morina Miharu, Kozuki Wataru, Hoshina Yuri and Ayano Kanami )
2014: Iwatani Tokiko Memorial Concert ~Ai no Sanka~ with Makoto Tsubasa, Shizuki Asato, Aran Kei and Sena Jun
2014: Celebration 100! Takarazuka
2013: Dream, a Dream: Takarazuka WAY TO 100th ANNIVERSARY FINAL
2012: Elisabeth, Sophie
2011: Koshiji Fubuki Tribute Concert with Haruno Sumire, Shizuki Asato, Makoto Tsubasa, Minoru Kou, Kozuki Wataru
2011: DREAM TRAIL ~Takarazuka Legends~ (OG Performance)
2010: Elisabeth (Toho version), Sophie
2010: Koshiji Fubuki Tribute Concert with Haruno Sumire, Aran Kei, Takashiro Kei, Aika Mire, Makoto Tsubasa, Kozuki Wataru and Minoru Kou
2010: Terada Takio Memorial Concert
2008: Triumph of Love (with Asami Hikaru)
2007: Pure, Proper, Beautiful
2000: The Hit Parade Takarazuka Love: Terada Takio 40th Anniversary Concert
1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Other

  • Her ancestors all were police officers in Sendai.
  • She is the first actress from Sendai to become top.
  • She decided to enter Takarazuka after watching a TV broadcast of Yukigumi's Rose of Versailles.
  • She had her first Bow Hall lead when she was ken-5, which set a Takarazuka record at that time.
  • For her special talent in Japanese dance received the name 花柳萩沙 (Hanayagi Hagisa).

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