Outen no Mon / Deep Sea
Picture Credit: yaomeis / Official Chirashi, from personal collection
English Title: Outen no Mon -The Tale of Young Sugawara no Michizane- / Deep Sea -The Carnival of the Sea Gods-
Japanese Title: 応天の門 －若き日の菅原道真の事－ / Deep Sea －海神たちのカルナバル－
Romanized Title: Outen no Mon -Wakaki Hi no Sugawara no Michizane no Koto- / Deep Sea -Kaijin-tachi no Karunabaru-
Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, Feb 4 - Mar 6; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, Mar 25 - Apr 30
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 02/21; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 04/06
Outen no Mon:
Based On: The manga series of the same name by Haibara Yaku
Author/Director: Tabuchi Daisuke
Shinjin Kouen Director:
Author/Director: Inaba Daichi
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DVD Scene/Music Cuts:
Other Cast: Aina Chitose, Hoshioka Shizuku, Honami Masaki and Sakurano Mao
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Outen no Mon -The Tale of Young Sugawara no Michizane-
“OHTEN NO MON,” an ongoing series from Monthly Comic Bunch by Yak Haibara, is a historical tale of suspense detailing the adventures of Sugawara no Michizane, who was revered as the god of learning, and legendary Heian playboy Ariwara no Narihira as they team up to solve bizarre incidents in the ancient capital. This series, which has garnered high praise as a historical manga, winning the 2017 Japan Media Arts Festival Manga Division New Face Award, will be adapted for the stage with a unique Takarazuka Revue flavor.
During the early Heian period, Fujiwara no Yoshifusa and his adopted heir Mototsune maintained control over the Imperial Court. Mysterious incidents frequently occurred in ancient Kyoto where a procession of demons would strut through the streets monthly on the day of the Rat, killing anyone who saw them. By chance, Sugawara no Michizane becomes acquainted with Ariwara no Narihira, the head of the police and judicial chief. Recognizing Michizane’s talents, who from a young age was a brilliant and renowned scholar, Narihira asks for his help in solving the mystery. Thanks to the cooperation of Shoki, an obstinate female shopkeeper who deals in Tang Dynasty goods, Michizane gradually draws closer to solving the mystery. In the background, however, swirls the greed of secretive powerful figures who mask their intrigues as the deeds of demons and specters...
Deep Sea -The Carnival of the Sea Gods-
Deep at the bottom of the sea, warmed by the heat of the Earth’s mantle is where the curtain opens on the sea gods’ carnival! The sea gods gather at a temple on the ocean floor to host a passionate carnival showcasing the beauty of the deep-sea, an unrivaled spectacle. This Latin show, replete with the charm of Moon Troupe members led by Kanato Tsukishiro, delivers an alluring performance filled with passionate rhythms.
- Final performance for Kouzuki Ruu, Chinami Karan, Asagiri Makoto, Kiyoka Ran, Yui Karen, Hanatoki Maika, and Ranze Keito
- Originally scheduled to appear in this performance, on 12/17 Asayuki Kaoru announced her immediate retirement, making The Great Gatsby her last performance.
- Annouced on 10/06: Shiragiri Tsubaki will be absent from all performances, including shinjin kouen.
- Japanese Wikipedia page for the manga
Switch-Cast Etoile Schedule
|2/04 - 2/03||Amana Ruria|
|2/10 - 2/14||Shirakawa Riri|
|2/16 - 2/21||Momoka Yuki|
|2/23 - 2/28||Saaya Ichigo|
|3/02 - 3/06||Kiyora Haryuu|
|3/25 - 3/31||Saaya Ichigo|
|4/01 - 4/08||Kiyora Haryuu|
|4/09 - 4/15||Momoka Yuki|
|4/16 - 4/23 (11am show)||Amana Ruria|
|4/23 (3.30 pm show) - 4/30||Shirakawa Riri|
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