Saint of Love －Sainte♡d’Amour－
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English Title: Saint of Love －Sainte♡d’Amour－
Japanese Title: 愛聖女（サントダムール）－Sainte♡d’Amour－
Romanized Title: Aiseijo －Sainte♡d’Amour－
Performances: Bow Hall, 7/1 - 7/7
Author / Director: Saitou Yoshimasa
Composer: Teshima Kyouko
Choreographer: Mirori Yumino, Minato Yurika
Available on DVD: Yes (release date 09/28/18)
Available on Blu-Ray: No
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: No
|Joan of Arc||Manaki Reika|
|Gilles de Rais||Shimon Yuriya|
|Doctor Joan||Shirayuki Sachika|
|Juan de Juan||Chinami Karan|
|Sophie Margot / Marie Alford||Kaede Yuki|
|Clara Bron||Harune Aki|
|Sidney Hondlie||Yumena Rune|
|Sumada Employee (Miranda)||Sakurana Ai|
|King Henry / Shop Employee / Henry Barm||Suou Mahiro|
|Hervé Benadier||Kio Kanade|
|Pamela Chevalier||Amashi Juri|
|King Charles / Charles Jean||Ayaoto Sena|
|Armand Hondlie||Yui Karen|
Other Cast: Hiiragi Ayato, Haon Mika, Mahiro Ren, Miumi Sora, Saaya Ichigo, Tsukino Daia, Tsubaki Koko
WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!
Joan of Arc, the heroine who saved her homeland of France from the looming evil clutches of England in the Middle Ages. In the end, Joan was burned at the stake without any warning, when she disappeared in a flash of lightening, and strayed into the 21st century.
Joan fosters friendships and connections through the people she encounters in this distant time, while rejoicing in this age of freedom. At last this otherworldly, extraordinary character and her words and actions begin to gain her attention from "modern" France....
- One of the few Takarazuka productions in the past 40 years with a musumeyaku lead (no official otokoyaku lead). One of the other few was The Sound of Music in 1988, starring Harukaze Hitomi.Tsukikage Hitomi also led her own Bow Hall performance, Over the Moon, in 2001.
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