Picture Credit: yaomeis / Official Chirashi, from personal collection
English Title: Beata Beatrix
Japanese Title: ベアタ・ベアトリクス
Romanized Title: Beata Beatorikusu
Performances: Bow Hall, 09/08 - 09/19
Shinjin Kouen Performances: n/a
Based On: the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Author/Director: Kumakura Asuka
Composer: Oota Takeshi, Tada Risa
Choreographer: Miori Yumino, Momoka Sari
Conductor (Takarazuka): n/a
Conductor (Tokyo): n/a
Available on DVD: No
Available on Blu-Ray: No
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: n/a
|Dante Gabriel Rossetti||Kiwami Shin|
|Elizabeth "Lizzie" Siddal||Kozakura Honoka|
|John Ruskin||Hiroka Yuu|
|Gabriele Rossetti||Asamizu Ryou|
|Elizabeth Eastlake||Nanase Miki|
|Charles Eastlake||Akashi Reima|
|James Collinson||Kou Erise|
|William Holman Hunt||Aomi Sario|
|Martin Archer Shee||Sayaka Rin|
|John Everett Millais||Amato Kanon|
|Dante's Illusion||Soua Takeru|
|Jane Burden||Mizuno Yuri|
|Effie Ruskin||Ruri Hanaka|
|Beatrice's Illusion||Hoshisaki Nozomi|
|Thomas Woolner||Aone Towa|
|Christina Rossetti||Maoka Noa|
|Frederic George Stephens||Seharu Asa|
|William Morris||Taiki Hayate|
Other Cast: Riona Haru, Hitomi Kirari, Ayaka Koiki, Saimon Neo, Aika Ito, Ouhi Sayaka, Aohane You, Kazuha Kou, Mirei Hina, Aiha Hiyori
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England in the middle of the 19th century. Rossetti, a painting student at the Royal Academy, works with Everett, a child prodigy at the academy, and Will, a classmate, under the name of Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in order to break through the old view of art. Rossetti, who worships the poet Dante and seeks the ideal woman "Beatrice" in the book "Newborn," falls in love with Lizzie, who works at a hat shop, and begins to paint her.
Their activities begin to take off despite the academy's backlash, but Everett's masterpiece "Ophelia", modeled after Lizzie, causes the gears to turn. Rossetti believed that Lizzie was "Beatrice" for himself, but he was jealous of Everett who drew her figure with overwhelming drawing power, and a groove was created in his relationship with Lizzie.
At one point, Rossetti was fascinated by actress Jane in the playhouse and asked her to model. The high praise of the painting made Rossetti gradually engrossed in Jane.
A challenging musical work that depicts the love-hate swirling human pattern until his masterpiece "Beata Beatrix" was created, approaching the human-like turbulent life of Rossetti, a painter and poet. The following work will also be director Kumakura Asuka's Takarazuka Bow Hall debut work.
- Kumakura Asuka's first Takarazuka work.
- Final performance for Maoka Noa
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