A Madrigal of the Breeze / Memoirs du Paris
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English Title: A Madrigal of the Breeze / Memoirs du Paris
Japanese Title: 微風のマドリガル / メモアール・ド・パリ
Romanized Title: Soyokaze no Madorigaru / Memoaaru do Pari
Performances: Grand Theater, 1/1- 2/1; Tokyo Theater, 4/3 - 4/29; National Tour, 9/6 - 9/23
Shinjin Kouen Performance: Grand Theater, 1/21; Tokyo Theater, 4/15
A Madrigal of the Breeze:
Playwright/Director: Oozeki Hiromasa
Composer: Nakamoto Kiyozumi, Odakane Bonpei, Kuratomi Shinichi
Choreographer: Kawakami Gorou, Ran Konomi
Conductor (Takarazuka): Nomura Youji
Conductor (Tokyo): Kitazawa Tatsuo
Memoirs du Paris:
Playwright/Director: Ohara Hirotoshi
Composer: Yoshizaki Kenji, Hashimoto Kazuaki
Choreographer: Hayama Kiyomi, Yamada Taku, Ieki Hiroshi, Jim Clark
Conductor (Takarazuka): Hashimoto Kazuaki
Conductor (Tokyo): Izawa Ichirou
|Role||Cast||Shinko Cast||National Tour|
|Miguel Costa (a sailor of the ship Hope)||Takashio Tomoe||Anju Mira||Takashio Tomoe|
|Maria (a girl at Cafe Mocca)||Akishino Miho||Kozue Manami||Akishino Miho|
|Emilio Costa (Miguel's brother)||Ooura Mizuki||Yuuma Natsuki||Ooura Mizuki|
|Moreno Costa (Maria's grandfather, Cafe Mocca owner)||Kishi Kaori||Iori Natsuya||Kishi Kaori|
|captain Pablo (captain of the ship Hope, Miguel and Emilio's fosterer)||Tajima Kumi||Oozora Nozomi|
|don Pedro (Antonio's father)||Takara Junko||Yuuki Kokoro|
|doña Lucrecia (Antonio's sister)||Yoshino Mana||Mineoka Nachi|
|don Antonio (an aristocrate; engaged to Maria)||Asaka Jun||Maya Miki||Asaka Jun|
|Ricardo||Segawa Kae||Kaji Issei|
|doña Matilda (Antonio's sister)||Hibiki Mito||Shino Yuka|
|Rodrigo||Kou Kazuki||Mitsuya Nao|
|Conchita (Rodrigo's lover)||Kozue Manami||Mizuhara Tamaki|
|Teresa (Pablo's niece)||Mizuhara Tamaki||Hana Youko|
|Paco||Agou Sachi||Minami Kairi|
|Angelica||Mineoka Nachi||Mayumi Shizuka|
|real Miguel Costa||Takaragi Meri|
Other Cast: Kijou Tomoka, Kitakouji Miho, Naka Iori, Magiri Aya, Mashio Chinami, Tsukioka Chikage, Isono Chihiro, Suzu Mine, Ryou Mio, Aoyagi Yuki, Gen Sayaka, Miori Yumino, Hoshimura Reo, Sayo Akari, Mineoka Nachi, Mikage Shiori, Nashiro Erika, Mitsuya Nao, Sakuragi Seiko, Kagami Chitose, Ooki Hiroto, Yukikaze Rei, Kana Chikoto, Hoshino Mutsumi, Kitami Mari, Mashiba Shun, Yuuma Natsuki, Hijiri Masumi, Aikaze Hikaru, Midori Akie, Shihou Sagiri, Takatsuki Shou, Akebono Maya, Kurokawa Miyuki, Asou Yumi, Natsume Kana, Aomi Ren, Kusanome Moyu, Wakakusa Youko, Kyou Maiko, Shione Makoto, Yuu Misao, Sawa Hitomi, Ooshio Masumi, Sumireno Aika, Aika Mire, Makoto Tsubasa, Mika Sanami, Hyou Yuuka, Tachibana Sae, Yumeno Chikoto, Kousaka Chiaki
Grand Theater only: Yoshino Mana, Magiri Aya
WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!
A Madrigal of the Breeze
1950s. A ship arrives to the small port town in Spain.
Among the sailors are two brothers, Miguel and Emilio, who call theselves Costa.
Miguel gets infatuated with local girl, who sings a song he loved and comes to a small cafe her granpa Moreno runs.
Here he and his brother are mistaken for long-lost grandchildren of the owner, who were lost during the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s.
Maria, whom Miguel loves dearly, convinces him to pretend Moreno is right, because she doesn't want to disappoint him by telling the truth.
But local celebrity don Antonio insists on marrying Maria, while she loves only Miguel, who is her 'brother'...
Memoirs du Paris
- The play is kind of retelling of Alexander Vampilov's 'The Elder Son' (source?)
- Final performance for: Yoshino Mana and Magiri Aya (retired after Takarazuka run), also for Kijou Tomoka, Agou Sachi, Mikage Shiori, Iori Natsuya, Shihou Sagiri, and Aomi Ren (retired after Tokyo run).
- Transfers after this show: Tajima Kumi (kumichou) to Senka, Takara Junko (vice-kumichou) to kumichou, Kitakouji Miho to vice-kumichou.
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