nihondate (二本立て): literally, "double feature"

This is the term the Japanese use to refer to a performance with two parts: in Takarazuka, a play (oshibai) and a revue (revue). The opposite, a two-act play, is "one feature" (ipponmono).

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Created by lokai. Last Modification: Friday 13 of June, 2014 12:44:38 GMT-0000 by zaraphena.