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Sachikaze Irene


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Name: Sachikaze Irene
Kanji: 幸風 イレネ
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Otokoyaku
Status: Retired

Nickname: Irene
Real Name: 飯田イレネ (Iida Irene)
Height: 164 cm
Birthday: March 6th, 1963
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Hometown: Mexico (parents are from Fukushima)
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Debut: 1981 (67th Class) Takarazuka Spring Dance
Troupe History:
1981 - 1993 Moon Troupe

Roles

1993: Kasenshou / The Door to Here / Million Dreams
1993: Lost Angel, Trevor
1993: Grand Hotel / Broadway Boys, Businessman
1992: Romance in the Coffee Plantation / Dreamy Fragrance (National Tour), Ernesto
1992: Puck / Memories of You, Abraham
1992: Bluff (Nippon Seinenkan), Malloy
1992: Cafe Carnival / Dreamy Fragrance, Ernesto
1992: Count Down! (Nippon Seinenkan / Aichi)
1991: Dew Drops on Hydrangeas (Bow Hall), Kamekichi
1991: Rose of Versailles: Oscar, August
1991: Count Down 1991 (Bow Hall)
1990: Bluff (Bow), Malloy
1990: The Kawagiri Bridge / Love Potion, Kanjuu
1990: Angel's Smile, Devil's Tears / Red Hot Love (National Tour)
1990: Great Expectations / The Modern
1990: The Red and the Black (Nippon Seinenkan), Abbe Pirard
1989: Angel's Smile, Devil's Tears / Red Hot Love, Anatole
1989: Waterfront Lullaby (Bow)
1989: The New Tale of Genji / The Dreamer
1989: The Red and the Black (Bow Hall), Abbe Pirard
1988-89: Love and a Foghorn and a Silver Watch / Rainbow Shower
1988: Southern Grief / Viva! Shiva!
1988: The Prisoners of Lilac Walls (Bow)
1987-88: Me and My Girl
1987: Sword Flash! (Bow Hall / Aoyama Theater / Chuunichi Theater)
1987: Me and My Girl
1986-87: Paris, That's a Sad Sonata / La Nostalgie
1986: Fans of Many Flowers -An Ode to Summer- / Sorrow
1986: The Other Side of the Dream (Bow Hall)
1985-86: The Legend of the Pulsing Flower / The Swing
1985: Happy Angel (Bow Hall)
1985: A Tale of Two Cities / Heat Wave
1984-85: Guys and Dolls
1984: South Pacific (Bow Hall)
1984: A Narrow Road of Daphne / The Revue II
1984: Night Fog at Montparnasse (Bow Hall)
1983-84: Soar, Arabian Night / Heart Jack
1983: Poem of the Wild Chrysanthemum (Bow Hall)
1983: Nanban Hanasarasa / Moonlight Romance (national tour)
1983: Spring Dance / Moonlight Romance
1982-83: Limitless Love / Passionate Barcelona
1982: Drops From the Wearying Mountain / Joli Chapeau
1981: The Viking of Capri / The Big Apple

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1987-88: Me and My Girl, Lambeth King, Bob Barking
1987: Me and My Girl, Lambeth King, Bob Barking
1986-87: Paris, That's a Sad Sonata, Agagnan
1986: Sorrow
1985-86: The Legend of the Pulsing Flower
1985: A Tale of Two Cities
1984-85: Guys and Dolls
1984: A Narrow Road of Daphne
1983-84: Soar, Arabian Night
1983: Moonlight Romance
1982-83: Passionate Barcelona
1982: Drops From the Wearying Mountain
1981: The Viking of Capri

Concerts / Dinner Shows

YEAR: Name of Show

After Takarazuka

2017 (March): Gave a workshop on Takarazuka theater technique at the School of Dramatic Arts of the University of Costa Rica
2012-on: "MAI - SHO - GAKU, Strokes of Fire" (multi-award winning, multi-disciplinary performance)
2010: "Contramarea, Return of the Samurai" (for the 400th anniversary of Hasekura Tsunenaga, performed in both Mexico and Japan)
2008: “Yellow Face” by David Henry Hwang, actress and singer
2006: Dance solo show YO.GA.MOI (commisioned by the House of World Cultures and presented at the Festival de l'imaginaire in Paris)
2005: Butho dance duet presentation IN-IO, Teatro de la Ciudad de México (with Diego Piñón)
2003-on: award-winning world tour with Teatro de Ciertos Habitantes of "El Automovil Gris", Benshi performer
2002: "Kai-On, Sounds of the Sea"
2001: "Sunset of the Stork"
1997: "Juan, El Momotarou" (writer and director: award-winning performance to celebrate the centenary of Japanese emigration to Mexico)

Other

  • Studied traditional Japanese dance while active as a Sienne, earning the name Hanayagi Irene in 1987.
  • She returned to Mexico after retiring from Takarazuka, and currently works there as an actress, Benshi interpreter, singer, dancer, choreographer, producer and theatre director under the name Irene Akiko Iida. Also gives presentations, organizes courses and workshops and speaks on traditional Japanese dance.
  • The multidisciplinary theater troupe she is a founder and representative of is Akokompania (Facebook Page).
  • In 1997, celebrating the centenary of Japanese emigration to Mexico, participated as coauthor, director, choreographer and producer of the musical “JUAN, EL MOMOTARO”, recognized as the best play for children in that year.
  • She was a presenter at the 58 Mexican International Film Festival in 2016.


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