Jazzy Fairies/Revue of Dreams


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English Title: Jazzy Fairies / Revue of Dreams
Japanese Title: JAZZYな妖精たち / REVUE OF DREAMS
Romanized Title: JAZZY na Youseitachi / REVUE OF DREAMS

Troupe: Moon
Year: 2005
Performances: Grand Theater, 9/23 - 10/31; Tokyo Theater, 11/8 - 12/25
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Grand Theater, 10/18; Tokyo Theater, 11/29

Jazzy Fairies:

Based On:
Author:Tani Masazumi
Director: Tani Masazumi
Composer: Yoshizaki Kenji
Choreographer: Shou Sumire, Jean Butler
Conductor (Takarazuka): Sasada Aiichirou
Conductor (Tokyo): Kiyokawa Tomomi
Shinjin Kouen Director: Ogita Kouichi

Revue of Dreams:

Author/Director: Nakamura Kazunori
Composer: Nishimura Kouji, Kai Masato, Kuratomi Shinichi
Choreographer: Yashiro Hiroshi, Ai Erina, Ootani Morio, Masaki Rino, KAZUMI-BOY

Available on DVD: Yes (release date 7/10/06) & VHS
DVD Scene/Music Cut: Yes
In Revue of Dreams: The vocals were cut in scene 18, and the music was replaced in scene 19.


RoleCastShinjin Kouen Cast
Patrick Gael (Candidate for the House of Representatives)Sena Jun Mano Sugata
Shannon McNeil (Fairy tale author)Ayano Kanami Shirosaki Ai
Walter Coughlin (Maverick gunman)Kiriya Hiromu Aoki Izumi
Timothy Callahan (Gossip writer)Oozora Yuuhi Ayana Oto
Dan McGovern (Tammany boss)Ritsu Tomomi Seijou Kaito
Sarah Fitzgerald (Patrick's secretary)Natsukawa Yura Otoki Sunao
Oberon (King of the fairies)Kouki Subaru Ryuu Masaki
Mick O'Brien (Policeman)Tsukifune Sarara Asumi Rio
Pixie (A mischievous fairy)Hokushou Kairi Kouzuki Ruu
Rosie Wilcox (Chorus girl)Shirosaki Ai Yumesaki Nene
EshultYoshizuki Eri Enoki Touya
DoctorKitajima Mami Atsuki Renka
LeprechaunKoshino Ryuu Ayazuki Seri
PolicemanArika Jun Kao Amiri
evalTakigawa SuekoSuzushiro Marina
MaryHanase Mizuka Amano Hotaru
ManagerIsshiki Ruka Tsuzumi Eika
O'SullivanKusunoki Keika Asagiri Shino
KateHoujou Rumi Hazuki Sara
ToroShiina Aoi Mihou Aya
MaggyMihou Aya Touka Yurino
MargaretSuzushiro Marina Hihou Kokoro
KeraOtoki Sunao Aoba Michiru
OwenAoki Izumi Shiratori Kasuga
TerryAyana Oto Ayao June
CharlesMano Sugata Shiki Erio
PolicemanSeijou Kaito Uzuki Hayate
FairyTouka Yurino Ayahashi Miyu
BansheeAoba Michiru Asahana Rinka
RichardRyuu Masaki Isuzu Hikari
AnnieShimizu Kyouka *Miyume Himari
JamesKouzuki Ruu Sawaki Rizu
JennyShirahana Remi Kagetsu Miyako
KevinAsumi Rio Ayahoshi Rion
MoreenYumesaki Nene Ori Yoshino
Patrick (as a child)Kagetsu Miyako Shirahana Remi
Shannon (as a child)Harusaki Koron Remi Kurea
Walter (as a child)Ori Yoshino Kahou Shiori
Timothy (as a child)Hino Anji Saki Akane
Mick (as a child)Kazane Mayuki Kotone Kazuha

Also: Takaki Amane, Ken Ruisu, Fuuga Minato, Moeki Ayato, Amano Hotaru, Hazuki Sara, Hihou Kokoro, Shiki Erio, Asagiri Shino, Ayazuki Seri, Ayahashi Miyu, Miyume Himari, Moeka Yuria, Shiratori Kasuga, Atsuki Renka, Enoki Touya, Hazaki Mana, Asahana Rinka, Ayao June, Saran Erika, Tsuzumi Eika, Kao Amiri, Ryuuki Kazuto, Isuzu Hikari, Sawaki Rizu, Mishou Kazuki, Kisaki Hinano, Hibiki Reona, Uzuki Hayate, Ayahoshi Rion, Kahou Shiori, Remi Kurea, Mizuha Kanato, Kotone Kazuha, Kaidou Nozomu, Tokiwa Mizuno, Asanagi Mana, Shimon Yuriya, Urara Moe, Shirayuki Sachika, Takachi Ao, Saki Akane, Arise Sou, Kana Mikari, Takamura Yuuki



Takarazuka Musical Fantasy: Jazzy Fairies

In 1920, in the United States of America, a publication party is being held in a luxury hotel in New York for Shannon McNeil who has made her debut as a fairy tale author. Congressional candidate Patrick Gael comes to the hotel to celebrate the start of his election campaign. An immigrant from Ireland, he has the support of influential political and business personalities including President Wilson, an Irish-American. He is said to be sure of election.

Patrick approaches Shannon who is standing alone in the hotel courtyard. While young, both of them were in a foster home in a small village in Ireland. In the courtyard, they talk about their childhood memories. The village people where they were brought up had a legend. In this legend, there was a fairy island called Suaimhneas somewhere in the Atlantic far away from Ireland, and all the villagers believed in fairies. For a while after being put into the orphanage at a very young age, Shannon would sob all the time, and it was Patrick who comforted her by telling her tales about fairies everyday. Shannon has now compiled such tales into a book. Shannon and Patrick still believe in fairies and are quite sure that fairies are also in New York. As soon as they take out the King of the Fairies' gem which they had found in the wood of the fairies in their childhood, they hear a voice coming from nowhere. The voice declares he is King Oberon of the Fairies. Seven fairies shortly appear. They have come all the way to America in search of the gem.

All of a sudden, a gun goes off. The fairies immediately disappear. Someone has shot dead one of Patrick's supporters, the New York City Police Commissioner. While the hotel guests flee in panic, Walter Coughlin approaches Patrick and Shannon. Walter was raised together with Patrick and Shannon in the same orphanage. He lets out a defiant smile and goes away leaving them behind. Shortly afterward, policeman Mick O'Brien stands before Walter who was hit and wounded by somebody. Mick was also a friend of Walter's at the orphanage. Walter becomes tense. Mick then tells him that he has come to help him. Timothy Callahan who was also brought up in the same orphanage learns about the commissioner's assassination. He is now a gossip writer who often extorts money from people in exchange for not writing about them. He decides to nose out any information with which he may use to get some money.

On the next day, Shannon visits Patrick's campaign office with Rosie. Dan McGovern, an important supporter of Patrick, enters the office soon afterward. Displeased with the office Patrick opened in a warehouse at the port, he asks Patrick in an arrogant tone to move it to somewhere more appropriate. Many immigrants set foot in America at the port wherefrom they set off far and wide across the land. Patrick considers the port to be the starting point for immigrants. He wants to start his campaign from that same point. Patrick sticks to his choice of location of the office while McGovern insists that it should be moved to somewhere else.

At the port overlooking the Hudson, Patrick talks to Shannon of the days just after they arrived in America. Patrick, Shannon, Timothy, Walter and Mick, all five of them who were raised in the same orphanage, came over aboard the same immigrant ship and each started a new life. Patrick's dream is to become president in America where it is not entirely impossible for an Irish orphan to realize his dream. Shannon in love with Patrick since her childhood hopes his dream will come true. Soon after she wishes him success in becoming president, she abruptly falls unconscious.

Patrick carries Shannon back into her room, where she regains consciousness. He embraces her and tells her to lie quietly. Although he wants to stay with her, his office awaiting him calls with a message that he should return. He leaves her room saying that he will be back soon. Shannon realizes that he has not been honest about her health. She had not fallen unconscious from overwork. She calls out to the fairies and asks them to tell her the true name of her disease. As fairies are incapable of lying, they confess that she has leukemia. She has at maximum 12 months to live. After the shock is gone, she is determined to live her remaining life for Patrick.

After parting from McGovern, Patrick continues his campaign with his campaigners in spite of obstructions from McGovern's followers. He learns that Shannon cannot be found anywhere.

As Patrick has no family, Shannon is like a sister or a part of himself. He rushes out of the office in search of her although he is at the height of his election campaign.

Patrick finds Shannon in Central Park. He suggests that she should register her existence in his memory, declaring that he loves her. Walter then turns up. He has been hired by McGovern to kill Patrick. Timothy and Mick then arrive to stop Walter from shooting Patrick. Now, the five orphans brought up in the same orphanage meet again in Central Park.

Grand Revue

Revue of Dreams

Act 1 : Prologue

Scene 1-4 : Prologue A-D

Man of Prologue S sings the opening of the revue in front of a setting where letters on a board read REVUE OF DREAMS.

Prologue Man S - Sena Jun
Prologue Woman S - Ayano Kanami
Prologue Men A - Kiriya Hiromu / Oozora Yuuhi / Tsukifune Sarara/ Hokushou Kairi

Act 2 : American Dream

Scene 5 : American Dream (New York)

In front of an image of the city of New York, Urban Young Man A and several dancers sing their wishes of dancing one day on grand stages.

Urban Young Man A - Kiriya Hiromu

Scene 6 : American Dream (Show Stage)

Before a setting inspiring the streets of New York, gorgeous dance numbers roll out on such a stage as Urban Young Man A and the dancers dream of.

Urban Young Man A (Male Dancer A) - Kiriya Hiromu
Show Girl A - Shirosaki Ai

Act 3 : Forever Dream

Scene 7-9 : Forever Dream A-C

Feeling loved by somebody, young man Forever goes on walking forward expecting a bright future.

Forever - Sena Jun
Love - Ayano Kanami
Lover - Oozora Yuuhi

Act 4 : Dreaming of the Future

All the members of the Moon Troupe perform fabulous dance numbers dreaming of a bright future within a setting reminiscent of a vast universe.

Scene 10-13 : Dreaming of the Future A-D

Spaceman S - Sena Jun
Spacewoman S - Ayano Kanami
Spacemen A - Kiriya Hiromu / Oozora Yuuhi / Tsukifune Sarara

Act 5 : Dreams in a Desert

Scene 14 : Dreams in a Desert (Sand)

Sand Woman dances imitating sand whirling in the wind in a boundless expanse of the desert.
Sand Woman S - Ayano Kanami

Scene 15 : Dreams in a Desert

The travelers go on in the desert.

Traveler S - Sena Jun
Sand Woman S - Ayano Kanami

Scene 16 : Dreams in a Desert

Sand storms obstruct the travelers from time to time. They continue traveling forward fighting the forces of nature. In the course of the trip, they make a companion of nature and continue walking.

Traveler S - Sena Jun
Sand Woman S - Ayano Kanami

Act 6 : Finale I

Scene 17 : Finale A

Takarazuka's Rocket Boys and Rocket Girls perform a routine of precision dances.

Rocket Boy - Seijou Kaito

Scene 18 : Finale B

Gentlewomen perform a series of dance numbers.

Gentlewoman S - Ayano Kanami

Act 7 : Finale II

Scene 19: Finale C

Players of male roles dance in front of the grand staircase.

Gentleman S - Sena Jun
Gentlemen A - Kiriya Hiromu / Oozora Yuuhi

Scene 20 : Finale D

Players of male roles and those of female roles dance together.

Gentlemen A - Kiriya Hiromu / Oozora Yuuhi

Scene 21 : Finale E

A gentleman and a gentlewoman dance a duet.

Gentleman of Duet - Sena Jun
Gentlewoman of Duet - Ayano Kanami

Act 8 : Parade

Scene 22 : Parade

Every performer marches in parade.

Gentleman of Parade S - Sena Jun
Gentlewoman of Parade S - Ayano Kanami
Gentlemen of Parade A - Kiriya Hiromu / Oozora Yuuhi
(And all other Perfomers)

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