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Tsukihara Mari


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Picture Credit: Zephy, Nova Bossa Nova program / Otome 1969


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Name: Tsukihara Mari
Kanji: 月原 まり (formerly 月原 万里)
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired

Nickname: Mari-chan
Height: 158 cm
Birthday: October 31
Blood Type:
Hometown: Hiroshima
Favorite Food: sushi, fruit
Favorite Flower: roses, carnations
Favorite Colors: red, white, pink
Hobbies: music appetiation, theater-going
Collections: records, accessories
Special Talent: ballad (mezzo-soprano)
Origin of Stage Name: "The field in the moon" (Tsuki no Hara), because it's romantic
Favorite Role: Michelle from the Granada Shinjin kouen
Would Like to Try Playing: a bright, tomboyish musumeyaku role

Debut: 1964 (50th Class) Tale of the Flower Village
Troupe History:
1965 - 1972 Star Troupe

Roles

1971: For as Long as I Live / Nova Bossa Nova, Ochou
1969: Anju and Zushiou / Takarazuka '69
1969: Evening Flute of Shiiba / C'est la Vie
1969: 7 -Seven- / Tanuki Goten
1969: Silk Road
1968: Princess Sen / 7 -Seven-, Fuki
1967: Farewell, My Youth / One World
1967: Unforgettable Song / Cheers to Takarasienne!
1966: Love Story of a Castle in the Foggy Night / Esquire Girls

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1970: Anju and Zushiou, Anju (musumeyaku lead)
1966: La Granada, Michelle

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show

Other

  • Changed the way her name was written from 月原万里 to 月原まり

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