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Name: Takigawa Sueko
Current Troupe: Retired
Nickname: Setsu-chan, Setsuko
Height: 154 cm
Birthday: June 26
Hometown: Itamishi, Hyogo
Origin of Stage Name: a poem by emperor Sutoku from the One Hundred Poems Antology
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Debut: 1954 (41st Class) Spring Dance
1954 - 1969 Moon Troupe
1969: Fireman's Battle Song / Wuthering Heights
1969: Three Generations of Dance / Aria in Jazz
1969: The End of the Surging Waves / Aria in Jazz
1969: The Tale of a Cowherder / Wuthering Heights
1968-69: West Side Story
1968: The Tale of a Cow Herder / Rhapsody
1968: Three Generation of Dance / High Bright
1967-68: Addio Amore / Wonderful Town
1963: The Rainbow Music Box Factory / Invitation to the Revue (Moon/Star)
1957: Rainbow Takarazuka / Indian Love Call
1954: Elegy of Autumn / Broadway Cinderella, fox
Shinjin Kouen Roles
YEAR: Name of Performance, Name of Role
Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances
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- Graduated at the top of the 41st class.
- Shares her stage name with both her mother, Takigawa Sueko (1913) , and daughter, Takigawa Sueko (1995) . However, the first kanji of her Takigawa (滝) differs from that used by both her mother and daughter (瀧), although has the same meaning. The reason is that the kanji in the 'Takigawa' toponym has been changed twice since 1913.
- Passed away from cancer on 24/07/1993, while her daughter was still a student at TMS.
- The poem goes as 'Although a clief has separated streams of the Taki river (Takigawa), but parted streams (sue) would bend it round and be re-united'