Struensee of the Shore


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English Title: Struensee of the Shore
Japanese Title: 海辺のストルーエンセ
Romanized Title: Umibe no Struensee

Troupe: Snow
Year: 2023
Performances: KAAT Kanagawa Arts Theater, 02/03 - 02/12; Drama City, 02/24 - 03/02
Shinjin Kouen Performances: n/a

Based On: the life of Johann Friedrich Struensee
Author/Director: Sashida Shuko
Composer: Aoki Tomoko, Tada Risa
Choreographer: KAZUMI-BOY, AYAKO, Minato Yurika
Conductor (Takarazuka): n/a
Conductor (Tokyo): n/a

Available on Blu-Ray: Yes (release date 05/16/23)
Available on DVD: No
Scene/Music Cuts: No


Johann Struensee Asami Jun
Prime Minister Bernstorff Souno Haruto
Former Military Officer Count Rantzau Mana Haruto
Queen Mother Dowager Juliane Marie Ai Sumire
Actor Susana / Caroline's great-grandmother, Sophia Dorothea Shiramine Yuri
Court Lady, Countess Holstein Himehana Yukino
Theologian Guldberg Kanou Yuuri
Enevold von Brandt Suwa Saki
Christian VII Agata Sen
Grand Chamberlain Holk Hiyori Haruma
Actor Henrik / Friedrich II Ichika Ao
Landlady Agnette Suzuhana Miu
Russian Envoy Filosofov Mareha Rinto
Actor Jörg Soumi Haruma
Actor Hilga Rina Kurumi
Court Lady, Baroness Bülow Amasaki Rea
Actor Mila Chihaya Mao
Court Lady, Mrs. Göhler Asahana Suwan
Otte, the owner Fuuga Kanade
Caroline Mathilde Neiro Yui
Government Official Andreas Peter Bernstorff Kishiro Yuriya
Former Queen Louise Mikage Kurara
Apprentice Gardener, Hans Tsukise You
Actor Didrik Kirino Asato
Attendant Elisabeth von Eiben Kasumi Sana
Servant Shiraki Hana
Baroness Bülow’s daughter, Teresa Mizuki Serena
Frederick, brother-in-law of the King Kazetachi Niki
Baron Enri Kouki
The Dauphin, Frederick Hoshizawa Arisa



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A country surrounded by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, where the roar of the tides echoes, where the goddess Freyja lives...
In the mid-18th century, the Kingdom of Denmark was ruled by the young King Christian VII. A time when people were enjoying a peaceful era due to the policy of neutrality after the Great Northern War. Johann Struense, a small-town doctor, is devoted to the Enlightenment and strives to reform the conservative medical field. Johann, who has ambitions to spread his new ideas and be active in the big world one day, approaches the king as their personal doctor, using his beauty, smarts, and elegant demeanor as his weapons.
What he saw, was King Christian VII, who was indulging in hedonism, court bureaucrats who left the incompetent king alone and took control of the country's affairs, Christian's stepmother Juliane Marie and her group, who were trying to put her son on the throne, and a group of people who were not used to being in a foreign country. Queen Mathilde is on bad terms with the king.
The royal court was full of "disease". Seeing it as a chance to take control of the nation's politics and reform society, Johann begins "treatment," but he gradually becomes attracted to the lonely queen.
Where will the two of them, and Denmark, go...?

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