Someday We'll Meet / Concerto of Love
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English Title: Someday We'll Meet / Concerto of Love -A Tale of a Tiny Star-
Japanese Title: いつの日か逢わん / 愛のコンチェルト -ある小さな星のお話-
Romanized Title: Itsu no Hi ka Awan / Ai no Koncheruto -Aru Chiisana Hoshi no Ohanashi-
Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 1/1 - 1/27
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 1/20
Someday We'll Meet:
Author: Hiraiwa Yumie
Director: Shibata Yukihiro
Composer: Terada Takio, Irie Kaoru
Choreographer: Fujima Kanjuurou
Conductor (Takarazuka): Nomura Youji
Conductor (Tokyo): n/a
Concerto of Love:
Author/Director: Kamogawa Seisaku
Composer: Nakai Mitsuharu, Terada Takio, Irie Kaoru, Yoshizaki Kenji
Choreographer: Paddy Stone
Conductor (Takarazuka): Hashimoto Kazuaki
Conductor (Tokyo): n/a
Available on DVD: No
Available on Blu-Ray: No
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: n/a
|Takayama Ukon||Kasugano Yachiyo||Matsu Akira|
|Rise||Oohara Masumi||Tsukishiro Chiharu|
|Tsune Tougo||Ootori Ran||Miyo Masaru|
|Sonoo Tayuu||Ruri Toyomi|
|Hanae (Kae?)||Anna Jun|
Other Cast (Senka): Kasugano Yachiyo, Amagi Tsukie, Maho Shibuki
Other Cast: Miyama Shinobu, Wakayama Kazumi, Kisaragi Miwako, Oozora Midori, Rijou Mariko, Kasuga Kiyoshi, Nazuki Hitomi, Kamiji Chizuru, Matsukage Yurika, Hayama Kiyomi, Tsubaki Yuri, Tajima Kumi, Tsukihara Mari, Ashita Michiko, Sayo Natsumi, Chiga Teruko, Sotoori Tsukiko, Midori Misa, Tamashiro Akemi, Ryuu Etsuyo, Mokari Otoe, Miyabi Sachi, Chigi Takashi, Wakatake Naomi, Tsuburagi Makoto, Mihara Jun, Sawa Kaori, Makihara Naoki, Anri Kozue, Agata Emi, Kouyama Miki, Nao Hiroki, Namiji Chihiro, Noji Kikumi, Nagi Miharu, Ai Michiru, Kazu Michiru, Nami Watari, Hiro Yuri, Mafune Yutaka, Hoshina Sawako, Azuma Chiaki, Nao Honoka, Asami Rei, Mio Marina, Kaori Mayu, Shige Takumi, Wakazuki Kaoru, Fuji Kyouko, Uzuki Chika, Yamana Yuka, Nanjou Miki, Sumi Natsuko, Akashi Jun
WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!
Someday We'll Meet
In the Genroku Period (late 17th century), in a border town, a female kabuki troupe at the height of their popularity sets up shop in the center of town. Young Takayama Ukon comes along, intoxicated with the blossoms as always. The troupe's star is a girl named Rise, who really draws the eye.
On this occasion, a rounin named Tsune Tougo bursts in, with his eye on Rise. The troupe members are thrown into an uproar, and Ukon and Sarumaru the troupe master subdue Tougo.
According to Torou, his father is a border official, and a Portuguese merchant name Geisbert who lived along the border had had a priceless statue of the Virgin Mary stolen. The burden had caused Tougo's father to depart from this world.
Rise is the daughter of that Portuguese man, although in truth she is not his real daughter, as before her mother married him she had Rise with a Japanese man.
Tougo tells Ukon that he has been searching for the thief of that statue, which is why he has been in pursuit of Rise.
Rather than investigate a sensitive young lady, Ukon explains that he can help, but Tougo flatly refuses. Ukon's sister Hanae is a strong-willed young lady who impulsively befriends the chivalrous Tougo, who is fascinated by her.
The Virgin Mary statue, according to Tougo's deductions, seems to have been stolen by Rise's real father. Who holds the key to the resolution of the mystery of the statue....?
Concerto of Love
A fantasy fairy tale with princes of the stars and the forest, with choreography by Paddy Stone.
- Final performance for Wakayama Kazumi.
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