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Kyou Misa




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Name: Kyou Misa (formerly Kyou Misako)
Kanji: 京 三紗
Current Troupe: Senka
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Current

Nickname: Icchan
Real Name:
Height: 155 cm
Birthday: March 11th
Blood Type:
Hometown: Yokohama, Kanagawa
Favorite Food: sushi
Favorite Flower: baby's-breath, cherry blossoms
Favorite Colors: white, pink, green
Hobbies: walking with her dog, visiting shrines
Collections: dancer's fans, incense
Special Talent: Japanese dance (Hanayagi school)
Origin of Stage Name:
Favorite Role: Maria from Me and My Girl, O-Hisa from A Small Flower Has Bloomed, Martha from Vampire Succession, Shikishima Mizuho from Company, Storyteller from The Prince of Lan Ling, Letitia Primrose from On the Twentieth Century
Would Like to Try Playing: playing again a role she has already played

Debut: 1971 (57th Class) Flowers Are Falling, Falling
Troupe History:
1996 - Current Senka
1991 - 1996 Snow Troupe
1976 - 1991 Moon Troupe
1972 - 1976 Flower Troupe

Roles

2021: Ghost Detective (Moon 2021) (Bow Hall)
2020: Flying Sapa (Cosmos 2020) (TBS Akasaka ACT), Madam Curie
2019: On the Twentieth Century (Snow 2019) (Tokyuu Theater Orb), Letitia Primrose
2018: The Prince of Lan Ling (Flower 2018) ( Drama City / KAAT), Storyteller
2018: Company / BADDY (Moon 2018), Shikishima Mizuho
2016: Vampire Succession (Cosmos 2016) (Drama City / KAAT), Martha
2015: The New Tale of Genji / Melodia (Flower 2015), Kokiden Consort
2014: Robert Capa / Citrus Breeze II (Cosmos 2014) (Chunichi), Júlia Friedmann
2012: Jean-Louis Fargeon (Star 2012) (Bow Hall / Nippon Seinenkan), Madame de Tourzel
2012: Resurrection / Canon (Flower 2012), Aunt Ivanovna
2011: Chiisana Hana ga Hiraita / Love Potion II (Flower 2011) ( National Tour), O-Kyuu
2010-11:For Whom the Bell Tolls (Cosmos 2010-2011), Pilar
2010: The Treasure Sword of Habsburg / BOLERO (Star 2010), Countess Maria Carolina Fuks
2009: Me and My Girl (Flower 2009) (Umeda), Maria
2009: Sorrowful Córdoba / Red Hot Sea II (Flower 2009) (National Tour), Maria
2008: Me and My Girl (Hakataza) (Moon 2008) (Hakataza), Maria
2008: Frozen Tomorrow (Snow 2008) (Bow Hall), Cummie Barrow
2007: The Tale of Genji Lived in a Dream II (Flower 2007) (Umeda), Rokujo
2006: Akanesasu Murasakino Hana / Les Bijoux Brillants (Moon 2006) (National Tour), Empress Saimei
2006: Akanesasu Murasakino Hana / Revue of Dreams (Moon 2006), Empress Saimei
2003-04: Lightning in the Daytime / Temptation! (Cosmos, 2003-04), Christina
2002: Akanesasu Murasakino Hana / Cocktail (Flower, 2002), Empress Saimei
2002: Gone with the Wind (Snow 2002) (Nissay), Mrs. Elsing
2002: Gone with the Wind (Flower 2002) (Nissay), Mrs. Elsing
2000-01: Ludwig II / Asian Sunrise (Flower, 2000-01), Dowager Queen Maria
2000: Seija no Yokogao (Star 2000) (Bow Hall), Annina
1998-99: Shinjuu (Snow 1998-99) (Bow Hall), Osei
1998: Eternal Tale (Moon 1998) (Bow Hall), Yone
1998: Frozen Tomorrow (Snow 1998) (Bow Hall), Mrs. Barrow
1998: Angels at Dawn (Star 1998) (Bow Hall), Augusta
1997: Angels at Dawn (Star, 1997) (Bow Hall), Augusta
1997: Romanesque Mask / Golden Days (Snow 1997), Madame de Rosemonde
1997: Natasha of the Rainbow / La Jeunesse (Snow 1997) (Chunichi), Kuretake Matsuko
1997: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (Snow 1996, 1997) (Nippon Seinenkan & Aichi), Mrs. Hatch
1996: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (Snow 1996, 1997) (Bow Hall), Mrs. Hatch
1996: Natasha of the Rainbow / La Jeunesse (Snow 1996), Kuretake Matsuko
1996: Akanesasu Murasakino Hana / Ma Belle Etoile (Snow 1996) (National Tour), Empress Saimei
1996: Elisabeth (Snow, 1996), Ludovika
1995: Akanesasu Murasakino Hana / Ma Belle Etoile (Snow 1995), Empress Saimei
1995: JFK / 1001 Baroque Nights (Snow 1995), Rose
1994-95: Yukinojou Henge / Sagittarius (Snow 1994-95), Omoyo
1994: Blown by the Wind (Snow 1994) (Bow Hall), Sola
1994: Gone with the Wind (Snow 1994), Mrs. Merriweather
1993-94: Seal of the Bourbons / La Cote d'Azur (Snow 1993-94), Peronetta
1993: Heaven and Hell / Take Off (Snow 1993), Ellen
1992-93: Chuushingura (Snow 1992-1993), Tan/Sohen
1992-93: Valentino (Snow 1992-93) (Bow Hall), Tex Guinan
1992: Kono Koi wa Kumo no Hate Made (Snow 1992), Osaya /Houren
1992: Myth of the Lovers (Snow 1992) (Bow Hall), Akahoshi Kotono
1991: Rose of Versailles (Moon 1991), Malongrasse
1991: Dew Drops on Hydrangeas (Moon 1991) (Bow Hall), Oito
1991: Silver Wolf /Break the Border! (Moon 1991), Sophie
1990: The Kawagiri Bridge / Love Potion (Moon, 1990), O-chou
1990: Angel's Smile Devil's Tears / Red Hot Love (Moon 1990) (National Tour), Elisabeth
1990: Great Expectations / The Modern (Moon 1990), Molly
1990: Angel's Smile Devil's Tears / Red Hot Love (Moon 1990) (National Tour), Elisabeth
1989: Angel's Smile, Devil's Tears / Red Hot Love (Moon 1989), Elisabeth
1989: The New Tale of Genji / The Dreamer (Moon 1989), The Kokiden Consort
1989: Lovers' Suicide (Moon 1989) (Bow), Otatsu
1988-89: Love and a Foghorn and a Silver Watch / Rainbow Shower (Moon 1988-89), Hanasuke
1988: Red Flower of Tahiti / Viva Shiva (Moon 1988), Napuka
1988: Eternal Tale (Moon 1988) (Bow Hall), Tomishima Yone
1988: The Prisoners of Lilac Walls (Moon 1988) (Bow Hall), Ralda
1987-88: Me and My Girl (Moon 1987-88), Lady Battersby
1987: Me and My Girl (Moon 1987-88), Lady Battersby
1986-87: Paris, That's a Sad Sonata / La Nostalgie (Moon 1986-87)
1986: Fans of Many Flowers / Sorrow (Moon 1986), Lady Margaret Cronin
1985-86: The Legend of the Pulsing Flower / The Swing (Moon 1985-86), Marchioness Merlini
1985: A Tale of Two Cities / Heat Wave (Moon, 1985), Miss Pross
1985: Love Just Love (Moon 1985) (Bow Hall), Genevieve
1984-85: Guys and Dolls (Moon 1984-85), General Cartwright
1984: Jinchouge no Hosomichi / The Revue II (Moon 1984), Haniya Kikue
1984: Night Fog at Montparnasse (Moon 1984) (Bow Hall)
1983-84: Tonde Arabian Night / Heart Jack (Moon 1983-84), Suzat
1983: Poem of the Wild Chrysanthemum (Moon 1983) (Bow Hall), Masao's mother
1983: Love and Spears and a Box of a Thousand Ryou (Moon 1983) (Bow Hall), Otami
1983: Spring Dance / Moonlight Romance (Moon 1983), Françoise
1983: Eternal Tale (Moon 1983) (U-Port Hall)
1982-83: Limitless Love /Passionate Barcelona (Moon 1982-83)
1982: Ciboulette (Moon 1982) (Bow Hall)
1982: Drops From the Wearying Mountain / Joli Chapeau (Moon 1982), Empress
1982: Eternal Tale (Moon 1982) (Bow Hall)
1981: Tenmei Era Fantasy (Moon 1981) (Bow Hall), Mizubune Kaji
1981: The Viking of Capri / The Big Apple (Moon 1981), Barbara
1981: Dean (Moon 1981-82) (Bow Hall)
1981: Jumping! / The New Tale of Genji (Moon 1981), Onomyobu / The Fujitsubo Consort (special cast, musumeyaku lead)
1980: Black Daffodil of Srinagar / Classical Menu (Moon 1980), Queen Madhuri
1980: Angelique/Masked Ball (Moon 1980)
1979: Valencian Passion / La Belle Takarazuka (Moon 1979)
1979: Love and Seagulls and a Six-mon Coin (Moon 1979) (Bow Hall)
1979: The Chronicles of Shunshuu / La Belle Takarazuka (Moon 1979)
1979: Romeo and Juliet (Moon 1979) (Bow Hall)
1979: Japanese Love Poem / Caribbean Sun (Moon 1979)
1978: Prince Hayabusawake's Rebellion / Love Message (Moon 1978)
1978: Matsuri Fantasy / My Lucky Chance (Moon 1978)
1977-78: My Beloved Marianne / Boy Meets Girl (Moon 1977-78)
1977: Gone With the Wind (Moon 1977)
1976: Paper Making Love Song / Valencian Passion (Moon 1976)
1976: The Rose of Versailles (Moon 1976), Nathalie
1976: Love Blooms Out on the Murasakino / Beautiful People (Flower 1976)
1975: The Rose of Versailles (Flower 1975)
1975: Spring Nightingale Song / Bon Balance (Flower 1975) (Fukuoka Sports Center)
1975: Lovers Who Dream / Bon Balance (Flower 1975)
1974-75: Sea and Sun and Fado / Un Deux Trois (Flower 1974-75)
1974: Yu the Beautiful / Golden Takarazuka 60 (Flower, Star 1974)
1974: Yu the Beautiful (Flower, Star 1974)
1974: Lovely Miss Kichisa / Carnaval de Takarazuka (Flower 1974)
1973: This Boundless Love (Flower 1973)
1973: New Ephemeral Flowers / La La Fantastique (Flower 1973)
1973: Famous Music of Takarazuka / Parade Takarazuka (Flower 1973)
1972: Hama-Chidori / Pop News (Flower 1972)
1972: Amakusanada of the Flame / Pop News (Flower 1972)
1972: A Small Flower Has Bloomed / Sorrowful Nile (Flower 1972)
1972: Hama-Chidori / The Flower (Flower 1972)

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1979: Valencian Passion, Celestina
1979: The Chronicles of Shunshuu
1979: Caribbean Sea
1978: Prince Hayabusawake's Rebellion
1978: My Lucky Chance
1977-78: My Beloved Marianne, Philaminte
1977: Gone With the Wind, Scarlett II
1976: Valencian Passion, Lola
1976: Love Blooms Out on the Murasakino, Empress Saimei
1975: The Rose of Versailles -Andre and Oscar-
1974: Un Deux Trois -Fantasia Takarazuka-
1974: Yu the Beautiful
1974: Lovely Miss Kichisa
1973: This Boundless Love
1973: New Ephemeral Flowers
1973: Parade Takarazuka (Tokyo)
1972: Hama-Chidori
1972: Amakusanada of the Flame

Concerts / Dinner Shows / Special Performances

2019: 55th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2017: 54th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2015: 53rd Takarazuka Buyoukai
2013: 52nd Takarazuka Buyoukai
2011: 51st Takarazuka Buyoukai
2009: 50th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2008: 49th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2007: 48th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2007: Senka Encourage Concert
2007: Pure, Proper, Beautiful
2005: 46th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2004: 45th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2002: Senka Encourage Concert
1994: TMP Special - Dream Festival Takarazuka '94
1982: The Takarazuka: Japan Fantasy / Takarazuka Dream (SE Asia Tour)

Other

  • Member of the sixth group of Bambies (1971).
  • She has received the name 花柳禄三紗 for her skills in traditional Japanese dance. 禄三紗 is Toshimisa or perhaps Yoshimisa.


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