Hotel Svizra House


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English Title: Hotel Svizra House
Romanized Title: ホテル スヴィッツラ ハウス

Troupe: Cosmos
Year: 2021
Performances: Toshima Arts & Culture Theater, 04/10 - 04/15; Umeda Arts Theater, 05/01 - 05/07 [1]

Author / Director: Ueda Keiko
Composer: Uryuu Akiha, Ueda Hironori, Takahashi Megumi
Choreographer: Miori Yumino, Ooishi Hiroka

Available on Blu-Ray: Yes (release date 07/18/21)
Available on DVD: No
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: No


Robert van Amsburg, a Dutch diplomat stationed in London Makaze Suzuho
Nina Dubois, a ballet dancer who has come to St. Moritz looking for a place to perform Jun Hana
Herman Klaussner, a young Austrian businessman and patron of the arts Serika Toa
Alma Müller, a young and bewitchingly beautiful widow from Poland Haruha Rara
Viscountess Martha Wellington, an English lady on medical holiday in St. Moritz Mari Yuzumi (Senka)
Marquis Alexandre de Mikhailov, a dispossessed Russian aristocrat sponsoring a ballet performance Kotobuki Tsukasa
Sofia, a ballet dancer Ayase Akina
Peter Schmidt, the hotel proprietor Matsukaze Akira
Richard Holden, a shrewd and high-ranking officer in the British Secret Intelligence Service Mitsuki Haruka
Walter Kemberg, a high-ranking Nazi officer in Austria Haruse Ouki
Yury Vasilyev, a choreographer and dancer Sakuragi Minato
Henri Bouchet, music director and pianist for the ballet performance Nanao Maki
Elsa Dinger, a jazz singer who has fled from Berlin to St. Moritz
Laura Nordling, a Swedish aristocrat and ballet aficionado
Setohana Mari
Nathan Hughes, formerly Robert's superior officer
Radik Brichek, a Czech composer; Herman's old friend
Shidou Ryuu
Georg Schneider, a Swiss police chief
Rolf de Nordling, a Swedish ambassador
Akina Rui
Olga Kirichenko, an eccentric ballet teacherHanabishi Rizu
Eva Hughes, Nathan's daughter, accompanying Lady Wellington as her caretakerKoharuno Sayo
Eirik Kaufmann, a political journalist based in Switzerland Rukaze Hikaru
Charles Parker, a British ambassadorial aide stationed in Geneva
Harold Shaw, an American theatre impresario
Kihou Kanata
Johan Behlmer, a man hired by Eirik to spy on the hotel guests Sumikaze Nagi
Policeman Ibuki Yuuha
Front Desk Clerk Kokaze Haku
Sylvie, a dancer who was Nina's best friend in the Paris Opera Haruno Sakura
Tamara, a ballet dancer Yumekaze Sayaka
Irina, a ballet dancer Kanna Himari
BellhopAzusa Io
Ana, a ballet dancer Mai Kokoro
Sightseeing Woman Aimi Sara
Georges Jacob, a dancer from France Sendou Naru
Bellhop Aoi Yuuki
Otto, a Nazi soldier Hijiri Toa



Hotel Svizra House is located in the Swiss resort town of St. Moritz. In the midst of World War II, the threat of Nazi Germany is spreading throughout Europe. People of many different nationalities, occupations, and socioeconomic strata pass through the strategic intersection of Switzerland, a neutral country. The wealthy, fleeing the horrors of war, gather at the hotel — and today another new guest has arrived.

Robert von Amsburg, the son of a Dutch aristocrat and a dancer in the Ballets Russes, is a diplomat who was stationed in London and has been very busy during the war. His true mission is working for the British Secret Intelligence Service, catching and exposing spies from enemy nations. He has received an important assignment and has come to St. Moritz, where he meets a ballet dancer named Nina. At the hotel, dispossessed Russian aristocrat Count Mikhailov is organizing a Nijinsky Aid Charity Ballet. Nina lost her job due to the Nazi occupation of Paris, and has come to the hotel to perform in the ballet. Austrian businessman and patron of the arts Herman Klausner is sponsoring the performance, accompanied by a bewitchingly beautiful woman named Alma.

A bitter battle of information during wartime, mixed with the passionate feelings of people who love and strive to protect the arts — a human drama of people living to the fullest while their futures are uncertain. An original musical scattered with homages to the Ballets Russes, which blossomed in Paris at the beginning of the 20th century. We bring you a production brimming with wit and elegance, centered around Makaze Suzuho's portrayal of a man caught between human emotions and duty to one's country.

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  1. It was announced on 04/24 that performances scheduled for 5/1 through 5/7 were canceled due to COVID-19. However, a scheduled live streaming of this performance is to be completed without an audience.

Created by lokai. Last Modification: Monday 09 of August, 2021 15:56:15 GMT-0000 by caithion.