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Nishiki-e of the Wind / Zorro - The Masked Messiah




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English Title: Nishiki-e of the Wind / Zorro - The Masked Messiah
Japanese Title: 風の錦絵 / ZORRO 仮面のメサイア
Romanized Title: Kaze no Nishikie / ZORRO - Kamen no Messiah

Troupe: Snow
Year: 2009
Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 3/13 - 4/13; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 5/1 - 5/31
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 3/31; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 5/14

Nishiki-e of the Wind:

Script / Director: Ishida Masaya
Composer: Nishimura Kouji, Kuratomi Shinichi
Choreographer: Hanayagi Jusuke, Yamamura Waka, Ai Erina
Conductor (Takarazuka): Ooyagi Yasushi
Conductor (Tokyo): Izawa Ichirou

Zorro - The Masked Messiah:

Based On: Zorro by Johnston McCulley
Script / Director: Tani Masazumi
Composer: Yoshizaki Kenji, Miyahara Tooru
Choreographer: Hayama Kiyomi, Shou Sumire, Wakao Risa
Conductor (Takarazuka): Misaki Megumi
Conductor (Tokyo): Misaki Megumi
Shinjin Kouen Director: Suzuki Kei

Available on DVD: Yes (release date 06/05/09)
DVD Scene/Music Cut: Yes
The following scenes from Zorro had music replaced.
Songs from scenes 2A~2B (gypsy women)
Scene 9 song by Don Carlos (Misa Noeru) and servants.
Finale scene 19 (A) Ayabuki Mao and others
Finale scene 19 (D) Indian girls line dance
Finale scene 19 (E) Shirahane Yuri's number

Cast

RoleCastShinko Cast
Don Diego de la Vega / ZorroMizu Natsuki Karyou Shizuru
Lolita Pulido / Lady ZorroShirahane Yuri Aihara Mika
Elder Red Willow Misa Noeru Kaon Yuuki
Don Carlos Pulido (Lolita's father) Misa Noeru Utakaze Sui
Catalina Ichihara Kei Ootsuki Sayu
AlexandroAsuka Yuu Aiki Yuma
Jose DiasMirai Yuuki Renjou Makoto
Sgt. MendozaAyabuki Mao Rinjou Kira
ToypurniaYurika Shiho Yoshino Honoka
LuisaAmase Izuru Satsuki Aina
Bernado / Zorro's Shadow Otozuki Kei Hokaze Narumi
Arsenio Asaki Yumemi Chikaze Karen
Manitou Maisaki Rin Yuuzuki Rena
Marquez Souno Haruto Suzuse Miuto
Black Elk Ayana Oto Ouka Reno
Manuela Morisaki Kaguya Kise Mirano
Mrs. Governor General Kaho Anna Hanaka Yurin
Rosario Jin Reika Hinazuki Otoha
Mrs. EstebanSuzuhana Risa -
Joaquín Tani Mizuse -
Mrs. ZurbaránHozuki Haruna Konohana Inori
Governor General OlivaresOuki Kaname† / Sagiri Seina² Ayakaze Sakina
Father Felipe Manami Sora Touma Kazuki
Sgt. García Ozuki Tooma Mana Haruto
Pin Pe Obi Haruka Midori Shouno Chio
Brave Buffalo Saou Kurama Ayanagi Shou
Aurora Mariki Towa Hanashiro Mai
Niña Sahana Mako Amane Sara
Corp. Gomez Oonagi Mao Saeki Chihaya
Julio Daigo Seshiru Asakaze Rei
Soldier Shiyuu Mirei Ouga Mitsuki
Elena Ootsuki Sayu Manaka Ayu
Mildred Satsuki Aina Momohana Hina
Kicking Bear Renjou Makoto Azusa Haruki
Corp. Miguel Karyou Shizuru Kiraha Reo
Lightning in the Night Aihara Mika Maihane Mimi
Ohitika Konohana Inori Hanabuki Noa
ディケアミス Manaka Ayu Maisono Ruri
Nuria Shiranagi Suzu Anno Konomi
Chiquita Toumi Sarasa Shiranagi Suzu
Little Crow Rinjou Kira Kujou Asu
Flying Horse Ayakaze Sakina Oosumi Rei
Fana Maihane Mimi Toumi Sarasa
Sancho Hokaze Narumi Yuuto Iriya


Other Snow: Saika Ryou, Yuuki Senju, Asei Itsuki, Suzuran Maaya, Rudou Masa, Chise Hijiri, Subaru Hanaka, Daiki Ryou, Takaho Shuu, Meika Rara

Senka: Todoroki Yuu*, Matsumoto Yuri*,
Others (Tokyo): Sagiri Seina

(* Joining the cast for Brocade Pictures of the Wind only.)
(† Performing in the Takarazuka Grand Theater run.)
(² Performing in the Tokyo Takarazuka Theater run.)

Summary

WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!


Nishiki-e of the Wind:

A performance of traditional Japanese dances, centering on the theme of "Wind".

The first spring windstorms, the cold winds of winter, gales, whirlwinds, hurricanes, favourable winds, adverse winds, draughts, cooling breezes, the wind taken out of your sails, the wind that brings fresh air, the wind that weathers, refinement, elegance, the wind blowing against you, hearing tidings on the wind, getting wind of things...

Reflecting the different facets of "Wind", this Japanese-style show gives the feeling of new life being breathed into tradition.

Zorro - The Masked Messiah:

The end of the 18th century. In California, in the "New World" of America, people suffer beneath Spanish despotism and hope their saviour will come.

His face hidden by a black mask, his form disguised with a black cape, the legendary knight appears to punish evildoers as both Zorro and Lady Zorro.

The deeds and loves of Zorro and Lady Zorro are portrayed in this swashbuckling play full of unrivaled delights.

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