Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary / Super Voyager!


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English Title: A Passage Through the Light ~Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary~ / Super Voyager! -To the Seas of Hope-
Japanese Title: 『ひかりふる路(みち) 〜革命家、マクシミリアン・ロベスピエール〜』 /『SUPER VOYAGER!』 -希望の海へ-
Romanized Title: Hikari Furu Michi ~Kakumeika, Makushimirian Robesupiēru~ / SUPER VOYAGER! -Kibou no Umi e-

Troupe: Snow
Year: 2017-18
Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 2017/11/10 - 12/15; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 01/02 - 02/11
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 11/28; Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, 01/25

Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary:

Based On: The life of of Maximilien Robespierre
Author / Director: Ikuta Hirokazu
Composer: Frank Wildhorn
Music Director/Adaptor: Oota Takeshi
Choreographer: Miori Yumino, Sakuragi Ryousuke
Conductor (Takarazuka): Nishino Jun
Conductor (Tokyo):
Shinjin Kouen Director: Sashida Shuko

Super Voyager!:

Author / Director: Noguchi Kousaku
Composer: Aoki Tomoko, Teshima Kyouko
Choreographer: Hayama Kiyomi, Masaki Rino, ANJU, ASUKA-TAKAHASHI, Mitsui Satoshi
Conductor (Takarazuka): Nishino Jun
Conductor (Tokyo):

Available on DVD: Yes (release date 02/08/18)
Available on Blu-Ray: Yes (release date 02/08/18)
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: Yes
Scene 9: "Ai no Makugire (La Rupture)" (Saou Kurama) - music replaced


Role Cast Shinko Cast
Maximilien Robespierre, a central figure in the French Revolution Nozomi Fuuto Aya Ouka
Marie-Anne, gets close to Robespierre, although her motives are unknown Maaya Kiho Jun Hana
Georges Jacques Danton, Minister of Justice of the French Republic, friend of Robespierre Ayakaze Sakina Kanou Yuuri
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand, French statesman Natsumi You Hinata Haruki
Camille Desmoulins, revolutionary and journalist, Robespierre's friend Saou Kurama Towaki Sea
Madame Renault Rika Masumi Irodori MIchiru
Marie-Anne's mother Maisaki Rin Haori Yuuka
Olympe de Gouges, a feminist activist Maisaki Rin Sara Anna
Renault, runs a printing shop Souno Haruto Yume Maoto
Claire, a feminist activist Sahana Mako Haori Yuuka
Théroigne, a feminist activist Satsuki Aina Yumenoka Mai
Pauline, a feminist activist Chikaze Karen Kotohane Riri
Jean-Marie Roland, member of the Girondist party Touma Kazuki Kanami Sena
Madame Manon Roland, Roland's wife, so called 'Queen of the Girondists' Ayanagi Shou Seina Nozomi
Joseph Fouché, member of the Jacobin party Mana Haruto Houka Haruna
Georges Couthon, Robespierre's friend, member of the Jacobin party Kujou Asu Manomiya Rui
Freron, member of the Jacobin party Kiraha Reo Seika Rian
Duke of Braunschweig, Commander of the allied Prussian-Austrian forces Kiraha Reo Manomiya Rui
Antoine de St-Just, Robespierre's friend, member of the Jacobin Party Asami Jun Suwa Saki
Isabelle, a feminist activist Ai Sumire Arisu Himeka
Jacques Pierre Brissot, member of the Girondist party Ouji Kaoru Shiose Kazami
Marie-Anne's father Ouji Kaoru Kanami Sena
Jean-Lambert Tallien, member of the Jacobin party Amatsuki Tsubasa Asazumi Mare
Collot d'Herbois, President of the National Convention Tachibana Kou Ichika Ao
Maurice Duplay, Éléonore's father Tachibana Kou Asazumi Mare
Gabrielle Danton, Georges Jacques' wife Asazuki Kiwa Yumi Serina
Monique, a feminist activist Himehana Yukino Mika Monami
Pierre Vergniaud, member of the Girondist party Machi Yuuka Mochizuki Atsuno
Bird seller Karen Emiri Maaya Kiho
Philippe Le Bas, Robespierre's friend, member of the Jacobin party Towaki Sea Agata Sen
Louis XVI Kanou Yuuri Asato Mire
Jacques-Nicolas Billaud-Varenne, member of the Jacobin party Kanou Yuuri Asato Mire
Augustine Robespierre, Maximilien's brother Aya Ouka Mayuzuki Rea
Éléonore Duplay, daughter of Robespierre's landlord Seina Nozomi Sakuraba Mai
François Buzot, member of the Girondist party Kanami Sena Mareha Rinto
General Dumouriez, member of the Girondist party, General of the French Republic Houka Haruna Hiyori Haruma
Marie-Anne's younger sister Yumenoka Mai Amasaki Rea
Jacques-Louis David, a painter Suwa Saki Shiose Kazami
Newspaper seller Suwa Saki Yume Maoto
Paul Barras, member of the Jacobin party Hinata Haruki Kohaku Reira
Charlotte Robespierre, Maximilien's sister Nonoka Himari Hanataba Yume
Lucille Desmoulins, Camille's wife Irodori Michiru Nonoka Himari
Agnes, a feminist activist Sakuraba Mai Suzuhana Miu
François, Marie-Anne's lover Manomiya Rui Hiyori Haruma
François Hanriot, Commander of the National guard of Paris Agata Sen Ayami Sera

Other Cast: Anno Konomi, Shiramine Yuri, Jun Hana, Soumi Haruma, Seimi Yuu, Manaha Ayane, Rina Kurumi, and Saran Reia



Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary

From the official site:

The story of the transformational Maximilien Robespierre is of a man fueled by a burning passion for revolutionary ideals that eventually engulfed him in their flames.

Robespierre was born in Arras, a countryside town in the province of Artois. His mother died when he was young, and afterward his father, a lawyer, left his children. Robespierre then stayed at the Collège Louis-le-Grand, University of Paris to study law. He was driven in his academic endeavors by the notion that if he followed the same path as his father, then perhaps they would be reunited. Upon becoming a lawyer, Robespierre came to respect the tranquil lives of the rustic folk in his hometown, and also to perceive their weakness. Setting himself on a quest to protect these people, he then entered politics and threw himself into the revolution happening on the streets of Paris.

Robespierre joined the Jacobin Club, where over time he became the leader of the revolution. France turned into a republic, and in 1793, Louis XVI was executed. The people fell in love with Robespierre for leading France into a new era, and at one point they began calling him the "god of the revolution."

However, there were many victims of this revolution, their lives ruined when dear family members and lovers were taken away forever, the only justification being an aristocratic lineage. One of these victims, Marie-Anne, seeks vengeance against the revolution, so she plots to assassinate the man who epitomizes the movement: Robespierre. In Paris, she sees an opportunity to carry out her purpose.

The Jacobin Club comprised legislators supported by the "sans-culotte," as the lower classes in France were called. Fellow comrades, including Georges Jacques Danton and Camille Desmoulins, had advanced the revolution with single-minded purpose, and Robespierre decided to meet with them to discuss continuing their fight to the bitter end. However, the rise of counterrevolutionary forces such as the bourgeoisie-supported Girondists, along with declarations of war by foreign countries in response to the French monarch's execution, were among the factors that flung the revolutionary government into chaos and crisis. The revolutionary ideals Robespierre sought to bring about were cast into ruin.

In the midst of all this, Robespierre would be arrested by the Girondists on suspicion of being a counterrevolutionary. Furthermore, Robespierre was informed by his close confidant Saint-Just that Danton, acting out of personal interest, had betrayed the Republic by working with the Girondists. Robespierre then forced out Danton, who argued for a realistic perspective over idealism.

Robespierre was obsessed with the revolution that, if successful, would turn his ideals into reality. But his use of fear to drive the movement was declared a "reign of terror," as Robespierre purged those who opposed his ideas, one after another.

Super Voyager!

A dazzling whirlwind of a revue about voyagers to bless Nozomi Fuuto in grand fashion as she, the recently appointed Top Star, and the new Snow Troupe embark upon their journey.

It begins with a thoroughly vivid prologue symbolizing the departure of a splendid cruise ship. The performers then wish Nozomi Fuuto the best of luck as the new Top Star with choreography inspired by her name and the four Chinese characters that make it up: 望 (HOPE), 海 (OCEAN), 風 (WIND), and 斗 (BIG DIPPER).

You can look forward to an ultimate piece of entertainment that combines the allure of the new Snow Troupe plus the aesthetics of Nozomi Fuuto's portrayal of male characters as the otokoyaku.

Other Information

  • Top star debut at the Takarazuka Grand Theater for Nozomi Fuuto and Maaya Kiho.
  • This is the second original Takarazuka play to feature an original score by Frank Wildhorn; the first was Never Say Goodbye.
  • Final performance for Saou Kurama (Senka) and Yumenoka Mai.
  • Sakurara Karan and Taiga Soa were absent from both the Grand Theater and Tokyo performances due to poor health. Kirara Umi was also absent from the entire run, due to an injury.
  • † Announced 2017/12/14: Due to an injury, Kotohane Riri was absent from 2017/12/12 until the end of the Grand Theater run. She returned for the Tokyo run in Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary only; she was still absent from Super Voyager! for the Tokyo performance.
  • ‡ Announced 2018/01/25: Due to an injury, Suzuhana Miu was absent from the Tokyo run from 1/25 - 2/6. She was also absent from the Tokyo shinjin kouen. She returned to the performance on 2/7.


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Created by gabby. Last Modification: Monday 25 of February, 2019 13:54:29 GMT-0000 by caithion.