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Top Hat



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English Title: Top Hat
Japanese Title: Top Hat

Troupe: Flower
Year: 2022
Performances: Umeda Arts Theater, 03/21 - 04/06

Based On: RKO’s Motion Picture
Book by Matthew White & Howard Jacques
Based on the Screenplay by Dwight Taylor & Allan Scott
Author/Director: Saitou Yoshimasa
Composer: Irving Berlin
Music Adaptation: Teshima Kyouko
Choreographer: Miori Yumino, Honma Kenichi
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Cast

RoleCast
Jerry Travers, a Broadway dancing star who has come to London for a show Yuzuka Rei
Dale Tremont, a fashion model who meets Jerry in a London hotel Hoshikaze Madoka
Horace Hardwick, Jerry's friend; the producer who invited him to perform in London Minami Maito
Madge Hardwick, Horace's wife and Dale's friend Oto Kurisu
Alberto Beddini, an Italian fashion designer exclusive to Dale
Bates, Horace and Madge's butler
Elisa
Liz
Calla
Sonia
Kenny
Alan
George
Director Corelli
Flora
Clara (maid)
Terry
Director Culvert
Roberto (waiter)
Mary
Selena (maid)
Vice-director Richard
Giuseppe (waiter)
Dona
Maurice
Claudio (waiter)
Alice
Vera (maid)
Luis (policeman)
Lin
Dan
Paolo (waiter)
Manager Simpson
Jean
Victoria
Monica (maid)
John (driver)
Sam (driver)
Sara
Douglas

Other Cast TBA

Summary

WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!


CONTENT WARNING(S):
Possible raceface ("Italian" makeup).


TOP HAT


(movie summary from Wikipedia)

An American dancer, Jerry Travers, comes to London to star in a show produced by the bumbling Horace Hardwick. While practicing a tap dance routine in his hotel bedroom, he awakens Dale Tremont (Ginger Rogers) on the floor below. She storms upstairs to complain, whereupon Jerry falls hopelessly in love with her and proceeds to pursue her all over London.

Dale mistakes Jerry for Horace, who is married to her friend Madge. Following the success of Jerry's opening night in London, Jerry follows Dale to Venice, where she is visiting Madge and modelling/promoting the gowns created by Alberto Beddini, a dandified Italian fashion designer with a penchant for malapropisms.

Jerry proposes to Dale, who, while still believing that Jerry is Horace, is disgusted that her friend's husband could behave in such a manner and agrees instead to marry Alberto. Fortunately, Bates, Horace's meddling English valet, disguises himself as a priest and conducts the ceremony; Horace had sent Bates to keep tabs on Dale.

On a trip in a gondola, Jerry manages to convince Dale and they return to the hotel where the previous confusion is rapidly cleared up. The reconciled couple dance off into the Venetian sunset, to the tune of "The Piccolino".

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