Farewell, Madeleine / Hallelujah
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English Title: Farewell, Madeleine / Hallelujah
Japanese Title: さらばマドレーヌ / ハレルヤ
Romanized Title: Saraba Madoreenu / Hareruya
Performances: Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 6/3 - 6/28
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 6/18
Author/Director: Shibata Yukihiro
Composer: Terada Takio, Irie Kaoru
Choreographer: Kita Hiroshi
Conductor (Takarazuka): n/a
Author/Director: Kusano Akira
Composer: Terada Takio, Irie Kaoru, Yoshizaki Kenji
Choreographer: Kita Hiroshi, Tsukasa Konomi
Conductor (Takarazuka): n/a
Available on DVD: No
Available on Blu-Ray: No
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: n/a
|Francois||Koshiro Miyako||Kanou Yachiho|
|Madeleine||Hatsukaze Jun||Komatsu Miho|
|Duke of Orleans|
|Marquis of Monterey|
|Jean Louis the Pirate|
|Marchioness La Benuel|
Other Cast: Miyama Shigure, Megumi Sakae, Misaki Arisa, Koyanagi Hizuru, Miyuki Sachiko, Koshiro Miyako, Maruyama Midori, Hatsukaze Jun, Chigusa Mikage, Dai Takiko, Haruna Yuri, Shioji Asako, Hanakouji Jun, Mizunose Akira, Kanou Yachiho, Okitsu Nami, Katsuki Mitsuyo, Asou Kaoru, Tsune Hanayo, Kozakura Maki, Aoi Yuka, Urara Mika, Shinju Miharu, Komatsu Miho, Ikuyo Hikaru, Natsushiro Miki, Minou Yutaka, Ibuki Noboru, Saezuki Shou, Ryou Chinatsu, Misato Kei, Kumi Kaoru, Miho Masaki, Akimiya Sayuri, Natsugusa Michiyo, Enatsu Jun, Fujishiro Jun, Ariake Jun, Kouki Mika, Minami Yutaka, Sagiri Mina, Daigo Katsura, Yumi Takashi, Yakumo Akemi, Nagazuki Hikaru, Mizuno Ryou, Suzu Reiko, Nazuru Hitomi, Jou Haruki, Houjou Yukari, Hanabusa Rie, Kizuki Miho, Mitake Eri, Kozato Natsu, Shiga Midori, Mayu Akari, Oouchi Shigeru, Harumiya Eri, Kuni Chihiro, Musashino Michiyo, Kitahara Chikoto, Asa Mitsuru, Izu Youko, Tomo Chiharu, Remi Ryou, Ushio Haruka, Mari Reika, Natori Rei, Natsuki Teru, Kuretake Hikaru
WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!
A tale set in 17th century France, in Blois, a town in the Dukedom of Orleans, far from Paris.
The Marquis of Monterey has gained more honor than the Duke of Orleans, and a celebratory ball is to be held in the Trene. The marquis' son Francois and his lover Madeleine are in attendance.
Madeleine's beauty catches the eye of the Duke of Orleans and without heeding Francois he takes her away to his own chateau.
Having lost his lover, Francois searches for a new life for himself, eventually leaving his home to be a pirate with a friend and former noble, Jean Louis.
Francois becomes a pirate so that he can meet Madeleine again, but meanwhile Madeleine's love for Francois fades. She becomes accustomed to living in luxury and grows haughty and vulgar.
Unable to bring Madeleine away, Francois nevertheless cannot forget her and aims for another chance to reclaim her.
That chance arrives at last. The pirates attack one of Orleans' ships that Madeleine is on, and steal everything, including Madeleine before returning to their pirate lair.
But then the Marquis of Monterey arrives, intending to capture his son by his own hand.
When a gun is pointed at the resisting Francois, Madeleine leaps forward with no thought of herself....
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