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Oohara Masumi


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Picture Credit: Caithion / The Takarazuka -85th Anniversary Video


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Name: Oohara Masumi (formerly Yatsukata Matsumi)
Kanji: 大原 ますみ (formerly 八方 まつみ)
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Top Star (1971-1974, unofficially)

Real Name: Ebihara Riyoko (蝦原 理代子)
Nickname: Ebi-chan
Height: 160 cm
Birthday: Nov. 17th, 1942
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Hometown: Tokyo
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Debut: 1964 (50th Class) Tale of the Flower Village
Troupe History:
1970 - 1974 Star Troupe
1965 - 1970 Snow Troupe

Roles

1974: Purely, Righteously, Beautifully / Yu the Beautiful, Yu Mei-Jen (musumeyaku lead)
1973: Golden Sound
1973: This Boundless Love, Shizuka Gozen (musumeyaku lead)
1973: This Boundless Love (Flower), Shizuka Gozen (musumeyaku lead)
1973: Ephemeral Flowers / La La Fantastique, Princess Kagerou (musumeyaku lead)
1973: Famous Music of Takarazuka / Parade Takarazuka (Flower - special appearance)
1972-73: Beautiful Young Warrior / Arabesque, Azusa (musumeyaku lead)
1972: Shining Now! (All Troupes)
1972: Kagura / The Flower (Snow/Star)
1972: Beautiful Japan / Wandering Youth, Solveig (musumeyaku lead)
1972: Someday We'll Meet / Nova Bossa Nova, Rise / Estrella (musumeyaku lead)
1972: Someday We'll Meet / Concerto of Love, Rise (musumeyaku lead)[1]
1971: My Love Lies Over the Mountains / My Broadway, Man-hime (musumeyaku lead)
1971: My Love Lies Over the Mountains / Concerto of Love, Man-hime (musumeyaku lead)
1971: For as Long as I Live / Nova Bossa Nova, Omon / Estrella (musumeyaku lead)
1971: Meadow of Stars / Oh! Beautiful, Okaiko (musumeyaku lead)
1970: Gypsy Lord / Lovers, Elena (musumeyaku lead)
1970: I Am You / The Big One, Vivienne
1970: Spring Again / Folies Takarasienne
1970: Takarazuka Expo '70: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka (Grand Theater) (musumeyaku lead)
1969: Noto Love Song / Love Parade, Setsu / Princess Helena (musumeyaku lead)[2]
1969: Carousel, Julie Jordan (musumeyaku lead)
1969: Festival / Hamlet, Ophelia (musumeyaku lead)
1968: Little One-Inch / Takarazuka '68, Princess Sai (musumeyaku lead)
1968: Tristan and Isolde / Love and Dream and Party
1967: Oiran and Her Son / Xango, Tayuu Botan (musumeyaku lead)
1967: Unforgettable Song / Cheers to Takarasienne!, Susan
1966: Murasaki Shikibu / Love, Love, Love (Musumeyaku lead)

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1968: Tristan and Isolde, Isolde (musumeyaku lead)
1966: The Spring Breeze and a Violin, Lotte (musumeyaku lead)

Concerts / Dinner Shows

1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Other

  • Post-Zuka stagework includes Fiddler on the Roof, Cinderella, Gone With the Wind, Carmen, and Umbrellas of Cherbourge. Also does TV dorama work.
  • Studied in New York and acted in Prague and Las Vegas.
  • Won a National Arts Festival award in 1985.
  • Changed her stage name on September 29th, 1966.
  • Graduated 2nd in her class and 1st among musumeyaku.

Footnotes:
  1. Fell ill in the middle of the run and was replaced by Sawa Kaori.
  2. Maya Akemi substituted for her due to an injury.


Created by caithion. Last Modification: Saturday 23 of May, 2020 14:53:52 GMT-0000 by caithion.

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