SAUDADE

Aug. 10th, 2010 11:56 pm
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SAUDADE
Moon Troupe, 2009, Drama City

Star: Sena Jun

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Why did no one tell me how much dancing was in "SAUDADE"? I would have watched it sooner. XD

I liked the beginning of the first act a lot, although I think to be properly enjoyed you also should be sure to have at least two people so that you can heckle it loudly and make each other laugh. *grin* For me it lagged towards the end of the first act, because I'm not a huge fan of jazz dance.

The first act was nearly a solid block of DANCE♥

Act two had the skit and then the inevitable Asako Latin Section. The skit was fun and had some catchy songs, but also a lot of philosophizing and everything tied up neatly. Asako singing "Fever" was.... sexy. (The Sky Stage version was actually simply the DVD, rather than the usual senshuuraku recording. They put all of the cut music/vocals back in, but didn't modify the text on the screen that tells you the vocals are cut, which made me blink a few times.)

So, not going to go into any detail here, but still wanted to post something, because I don't remember hearing anything amazing about this show from anyone who saw it and I think it's actually quite a lot of fun. A ton of dancing, and also a lot of chances for people like Atsuki Renka and Isshiki Ruka and everyone in the small cast to shine. And kumichou did two lifts in a row♥

The New Sounds band was also in top form, and I liked a lot of the arrangements of familiar songs. And Asako sang "Kuroi Washi" in a black tailcoat and my life was complete. Love that song!
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Asako continues to have only the best. ;)

She's now scheduled to do two more shows in the Imperial Theater:

2011 July/Aug -- "The Three Musketeers" - Milady de Winter
2011 November -- "New York e Ikitai!!" ("I Want to Go to New York!!") (I'm not sure what the original title is, but her site says this is its first time being performed in Japan.)
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Asako continues to have only the best. ;)

She's now scheduled to do two more shows in the Imperial Theater:

2011 July/Aug -- "The Three Musketeers" - Milady de Winter
2011 November -- "New York e Ikitai!!" ("I Want to Go to New York!!") (I'm not sure what the original title is, but her site says this is its first time being performed in Japan.)

Things

Jan. 15th, 2010 10:19 pm
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Ayane-chan's music salon has been announced:

"Ever green" -Like a Spring Breeze-
Inaba Daichi directing
Cast: Ayane, Mattsu, Daimon
Takarazuka (4/14, 4/15)
Tokyo (4/17, 4/18)


Also, on the rare chance someone's not a member of [livejournal.com profile] takarazuka:
Sena Jun's new website is up. Addresses for fan letters in Romaji.

Mizu's press conference. Translation.
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The Last Play / Heat on Beat!
Moon Troupe 2009 Tokyo
Nov. 27th, 2009


Star: Sena Jun

[ TakaWiki ] [ Sanspo Sumire Style Stage Graph ]

Summary:

spoilers behind most of the cuts )

What I Thought:

Just want to get my first impressions down before I see it again, so this'll be quick.

This is Tsukigumi. The suit troupe. The gangster troupe. The western musical troupe. The troupe of ridiculously hot tangos. The troupe that I fell in love with. All of the things that I love about Daichi Mao's troupe, and Tsurugi Miyuki's troupe, and Amami Yuuki's troupe, and Kuze Seika's troupe, and Tsubasa Makoto's troupe, and Shibuki Jun's troupe, and Sena Jun's troupe. The people might be completely different, but something intrinsically Tsukigumi is always there. That's why--although of course I'm sad about the retirements!--I'm not devastated. It will still be Tsukigumi♥

Read more... )

On the Revue:

I've added in the little blurbs for all of the revue acts on the TakaWiki.

Read more... )

Asako

Nov. 26th, 2009 11:40 pm
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And speaking of messages to fans which I rather love, December's Graph is full of all of the Tsukigumisei's farewell interviews, messages, and talks. Asako chose the other three senior members of the troupe, the ones who share a dressing room with her, for her farewell talk.

Hopefully someone will have the time to translate them for the community soon, but in the meantime:

From Sena Jun's Last Interview

There is a "combi" system, isn't there. Since Ayano Kanami left in '08 you haven't had a single partner. What do you think of that situation?

At first, I also was of various minds on it. I was subjected to a lot of criticism for it. But as a result of it, more musumeyaku were able to play an active role, and I think it opened up a lot of possibilities to show that this was a format that could also exist. After this, whether they do it or not, it is an option for them. I think that isn't a bad thing, since there are many views.

Lastly, a message for your fans, please.

I am entirely grateful for these past 18 years, where you helped to raise the otokoyaku named Sena Jun. You shared my joy in moments of happiness, and you shared my sorrow in moments of sadness, together we overcame it all... I think being able to give power like this to someone is amazing. To be able to convey my gratitude to everyone who did this for me, well, I hope to give you a good performance until the very end, so please come with me to the end.



And in Ryouga Haruhi's last interview, as [livejournal.com profile] lliri_blanc pointed out and translated, Ahi used her "message to the fans" corner to give a shout-out to the foreign fans♥
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Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] lliri_blanc for checking it over for me. :)

Round-Table
Elisabeth -Rondo of Love and Death-

Moon Troupe Grand Theater Performance


Members: Koike Shuuichirou (Director/Script Adaption), Yoshida Youko (Music Director), Kiba Takeshi (Interviewer), Sena Jun, Koshino Ryuu, Kiriya Hiromu, Hanase Mizuka, Isshiki Ruka, Ryouga Haruhi, Ken Ruisu, Kiryuu Sonoka, Mihou Aya, Aoki Izumi, Shirosaki Ai, Ryuu Masaki, Asumi Rio, Hazakura Shizuku (Moon), Nagina Ruumi (Cosmos)

( pages 1 - 12 )
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I've translated Asako's press conference, and stuck it with the announcement on the TakaWiki.

Here's the original, with the photos.

You know, she looks happy and healthy, and not at all half-dead as so many recent top stars have at their conferences. I think she's been looking after herself well, and pacing herself, which is how she's managed to survive the top star schedule for so long. Or maybe she just looks good under that kind of lighting. Well, either way, good for her♥
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I'm counting Monday as finished. Three more days! I can drudge through three days, right? ♥

Yup, yup, I heard the news about Asako early this afternoon after it went up on the Hankyu site. But I was busy watching Casablanca with Char, who had never seen it. You people who have never seen it are crazy. It has CLAUDE RAINS. It has PETER LORRE. It has SYDNEY GREENSTREET. It has BOGEY. Obviously you had a deprived childhood.

Anyway, Asako, yep, retiring. I'll miss Asako's Tsukigumi. And this'll make two shows in a row which are impossible to get tickets for on Sundays. Asako, please, think of the little people! ;) Now, who's going with her? Given only three retirements with Elisabeth, and two with Yume, I'm predicting Tsuki will have a bunch.
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I'm counting Monday as finished. Three more days! I can drudge through three days, right? ♥

Yup, yup, I heard the news about Asako early this afternoon after it went up on the Hankyu site. But I was busy watching Casablanca with Char, who had never seen it. You people who have never seen it are crazy. It has CLAUDE RAINS. It has PETER LORRE. It has SYDNEY GREENSTREET. It has BOGEY. Obviously you had a deprived childhood.

Anyway, Asako, yep, retiring. I'll miss Asako's Tsukigumi. And this'll make two shows in a row which are impossible to get tickets for on Sundays. Asako, please, think of the little people! ;) Now, who's going with her? Given only three retirements with Elisabeth, and two with Yume, I'm predicting Tsuki will have a bunch.
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(Photo: Grand Theater balcony view.)

Note: This is the second half of a two-part review, so some things are going to build off of what I said about the Sunday performance.

Elisabeth
2009 Moon Troupe
June 8th 1 PM performance


Leads: Sena Jun, Nagina Ruumi, Kiriya Hiromu
Switched roles: Ryouga Haruhi (Rudolph), Aoki Izumi (Elmer), Asumi Rio (Stefan)

[ TakaWiki ] [ Daily Sports Online stage photos 1 & 2 ]

Summary:

As I mentioned before, if anyone really needs one, I'll direct your attention to the Takarazuka Wiki.

What I Thought:

Okay, this time I was awake. And this time I both put my opera glasses down most of the time to take in the full effect, and put them up to watch the solos and duets. (...With the occasional sneak at Masaki. I'm only human.) Conclusion -- there was still a spark of love for Elisabeth left that was waiting to be fanned back to life♥ I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I'm looking forward to seeing what they do and change for Tokyo.

Still not a proper review, though. I'll probably inflict one last "impressions" post on you all after the Tokyo run, when I've had time to internalize more.

Read more... )

So, final verdict from the weekend was one of excitement. I'm looking forward to Tokyo run a lot more now, and I'm definitely buying the DVD. (Yes, it was up in the air for a while. Like I said, I'm pretty burnt out on Elisabeth.) I think people are going to be pleasantly surprised by the results of the unusual casting♥
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Okay, this is going to be a bit more of a wavy line between the live-filter and the regular reviews, but I'm not filtering them, because I don't like to filter my reviews. (I'm tired, and suspect that makes no sense.) I'm going to do one of these for each performance, because I watched them very differently.

Warning: I arrived in the Mura around 9:45, after taking a particularly torturous night bus for 11 hours, so I wasn't entirely among the living for this performance.

(Photo: Grand Theater tachimi view - i.e. standing-section, back of the first floor.)

Elisabeth
2009 Moon Troupe
June 7th 11AM performance


Leads: Sena Jun, Nagina Ruumi, Kiriya Hiromu
Switched roles: Ryouga Haruhi (Elmer), Aoki Izumi (Stefan), Asumi Rio (Rudolph)

[ TakaWiki ] [ Daily Sports Online stage photos 1 & 2 ]

Summary:

Hah. If anyone really needs one, I'll direct your attention to the Takarazuka Wiki *points*. Really, there are no changes to scenes or dialogue, only a little blocking (possibly some of the Black Angel choreography?). I only have a dim recollection of the 2007 performance of Elisabeth, but have the 2005 imprinted on my brain, so it may actually be unchanged from the 2007 blocking as well. So, despite the exciting rumors of new scenes.... nope. I'll go over the finale selections at the end.

What I Thought:

I'm going to start like a broken record, and apologies to everyone who's heard this spiel several times already over the weekend. I'm going to translate the Kageki round-table conversation soon, because I think it gives some very interesting insight into things people have picked out about this version. Now, the fact that you have to read the round-table to pick them up perhaps shows that they didn't succeed in their goals very well? But, regardless, I thought it interesting. (And I'm paraphrasing the hell out of it, because I've only had time to skim the article.) Basically, Sena Jun's goal for the show was "simplicity". She wanted to take Death back to his roots; not drown the character in layers. The same for the show -- Koike (the adaptor/director) and Yoshida (music director) spend some time talking about how they want to focus on the music for this version.

Me. My head place was all on Ryuu Masaki, because I've been her fan for four years, and I'm so damn proud of her getting this part in a Grand Theater show as only a ken-9. So this Sunday review is in large part going to be the Masaki-version. In fact, I had my opera glasses on her and her alone every time she was on stage so that I wouldn't miss a single expression. So... I didn't see most of the other cast. But I definitely heard them. (And knowing the show by heart after helping to sub it, I can follow the action pretty easily by sound alone.) And, damn, they sounded good. So if sound was the goal for this production, I think they achieved it. Everyone sounded great, particularly as a whole. Maybe individually they weren't the best Takarazuka actresses who have ever played the parts, but I'm convinced now that Koike knew what he was doing and what he wanted when he cast the show.

First impressions: )

Overall I left with no surprise impressions (though I admit to having enjoyed Ruumi's voice more than I expected I would). I was ecstatic over Masaki, enjoyed hearing/seeing some actresses I love in some parts I liked, but felt kind of flat. I was tired, I'd missed most of the big scenes, and I hadn't even really looked at the other principles yet. The general "sick of this show" ennui hadn't really been lifted as I hoped it would.

More on the rest of the cast and the actual show when I talk about Monday's performance.
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The line-up....

Jounetsu no Barcelona!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG. YESTHANKYOU. In case anyone missed the caps I posted last year in the vintage comm for the Daichi Mao version in '82.... GNGH.

Another BeruBara. Just after I promised a co-worker's mother that they probably weren't going to do it for a few years, so she should settle for getting tickets to Elisabeth. :/ Another un-exciting role for Ayane-chan. ANGRY JEN.

Last Play for Tsukigumi, and no name beside Asako's in the announcement, so looks like if it is the retirement title it seems to be, she'll be leaving still without a partner. ...I'll admit I'm selfish and don't want to let go of Sena Jun yet, but there's still two more shows at least, so I'll enjoy them while we have them. And more slashy Asako/Kiriyan goodness is not to be sniffed at. ;)

I'm going to follow the policy of not saying anything at all on the subjects of Saikai/Soul of Shiva. Hm... yes, better stick with that regarding Tom's Hoshigumi show too.

Actually, on the subject of Sagiri Seina and Saou Kurama's double-lead getting a run in Tokyo as well as Bow, I'd better stay silent as well. ;)

YUUHI'S DAIGEKIJO SHOW TITLE NOW PLEASE.

~*~*~

Last night I watched the Now On Stage for the Tokyo run of MAHOROBA/Magician's Misfortunes.

THIS FACE. She had it the entire time. It was her serious, I-am-listening-to-my-upperclassmen face.

And then she finally broke out of her shell to rag on Izumo Aya about a mistake she made, and Taki was all "What? What? I do not know this thing of which you speak" and looking down her nose at her, but Masaki was laughing too hard to notice.

And I learned that (at that time, at least), Masaki was collecting rehearsal skirts from retiring musumeyaku. Yes. She wanted to do a female role that badly. She was all: This time, three skirts GET! ... Which led into a story from Asako about how Kanamin's mother made her rehearsal skirts when she played Elisabeth. And then Masaki was talking about how she'd miss being able to shadow Asako (MM was her last shinko), and she was all "This is embarrassing, but... blahblahblah" and Asako got all squirmy embarrassed and clutching at her (own) coat lapels, "This is embarrassing!" and Masaki was all, "It's embarrassing for me too!" and hiding her red face. But somehow they managed to have their manly emotional moment♥

And then they took a looong time to tell Yoshizuki Eri anecdotes, and she started sweating so hard. LOVE. I miss Eri-san♥
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The line-up....

Jounetsu no Barcelona!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG. YESTHANKYOU. In case anyone missed the caps I posted last year in the vintage comm for the Daichi Mao version in '82.... GNGH.

Another BeruBara. Just after I promised a co-worker's mother that they probably weren't going to do it for a few years, so she should settle for getting tickets to Elisabeth. :/ Another un-exciting role for Ayane-chan. ANGRY JEN.

Last Play for Tsukigumi, and no name beside Asako's in the announcement, so looks like if it is the retirement title it seems to be, she'll be leaving still without a partner. ...I'll admit I'm selfish and don't want to let go of Sena Jun yet, but there's still two more shows at least, so I'll enjoy them while we have them. And more slashy Asako/Kiriyan goodness is not to be sniffed at. ;)

I'm going to follow the policy of not saying anything at all on the subjects of Saikai/Soul of Shiva. Hm... yes, better stick with that regarding Tom's Hoshigumi show too.

Actually, on the subject of Sagiri Seina and Saou Kurama's double-lead getting a run in Tokyo as well as Bow, I'd better stay silent as well. ;)

YUUHI'S DAIGEKIJO SHOW TITLE NOW PLEASE.

~*~*~

Last night I watched the Now On Stage for the Tokyo run of MAHOROBA/Magician's Misfortunes.

THIS FACE. She had it the entire time. It was her serious, I-am-listening-to-my-upperclassmen face.

And then she finally broke out of her shell to rag on Izumo Aya about a mistake she made, and Taki was all "What? What? I do not know this thing of which you speak" and looking down her nose at her, but Masaki was laughing too hard to notice.

And I learned that (at that time, at least), Masaki was collecting rehearsal skirts from retiring musumeyaku. Yes. She wanted to do a female role that badly. She was all: This time, three skirts GET! ... Which led into a story from Asako about how Kanamin's mother made her rehearsal skirts when she played Elisabeth. And then Masaki was talking about how she'd miss being able to shadow Asako (MM was her last shinko), and she was all "This is embarrassing, but... blahblahblah" and Asako got all squirmy embarrassed and clutching at her (own) coat lapels, "This is embarrassing!" and Masaki was all, "It's embarrassing for me too!" and hiding her red face. But somehow they managed to have their manly emotional moment♥

And then they took a looong time to tell Yoshizuki Eri anecdotes, and she started sweating so hard. LOVE. I miss Eri-san♥
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Really rough. Slight spoilers for the show, also probably confusing as hell if you're not familiar with Genji. But also really, really interesting, I think. :)


Round-Table
The Tale of Genji Thousandth Anniversary Production -The Floating Bridge of Dreams-

Moon Troupe Grand Theater Performance: 11/17 - 12/11
from Kageki, November 2008


Members
Adaptor/Director: Oono Takuji
Interviewer: Kiba Takeshi
Senka: Ban Akira, Isono Chihiro, Rika Masumi
Moon Troupe: Sena Jun, Koshino Ryuu, Kiriya Hiromu, Hanase Mizuka, Ryouga Haruhi, Kiryuu Sonoka, Aoki Izumi, Shirosaki Ai, Hazakura Shizuku


Kiba: From November 7th to December 11th, Moon Troupe's Grand Theater performance is The Floating Bridge of Dreams, adapted and directed by Oono Takuji. Ono-Sensei directed Moon Troupe's The Glow of Sunset in Asuka in '04, but this is his first personal Grand Theater show. There is an account in the diary of Murasaki Shikibu (the author of The Tale of Genji) that The Tale of Genji was read in the imperial palace on November 1st, 1008. The Takarazuka Revue has done many kinds of stage adaptations of The Tale of Genji, but for this anniversary year they have taken up the ten Uji chapters about Hikaru Genji's descendents in the next generation. In '73, Sakai Sumio-Sensei created a ballet entitled Ukifune and Kaoru no Kimi, but the production this time is very typical of Oono-Sensei -- tailored into a bittersweet, beautiful piece. Ban Akira-san, Isono Chihiro-san, and Rika Masumi-san from Senka are making special appearances.

Oono: When I read The Tale of Genji this time, I felt that the interesting points--the points that would unfold into a stage adaption--were surprisingly abundant.... To be honest, I found The Tale of Genji's position as an irresistible, must-be-read work of literature disagreeable, and I really didn't care for it. But I suppose it really is true that people's viewpoints change as they age (laugh). The tradition of adapting The Tale of Genji for the stage stretches on endlessly, from Zeami all the way to Houjou Hideji. Although nothing can compare to the readings of those kinds of masters, the story is still one that is read differently from age to age.... I think if you see this performance you will see the interpretation that can be done in the present.

Read more... )
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The Floating Bridge of Dreams
Moon Troupe, 2008

Top Star: Sena Jun

[ TakaWiki ] [ Sanspo Stage Graph ]

Summary: )

What I Thought:

When Hankyu announced that there would be no new top musumeyaku for Moon Troupe for a while, they said that they were going to use the opportunity to showcase the talents of a variety of musumeyaku in the troupe. I think a lot of people were skeptical, but... this show convinced me they weren't entirely blowing hot air. I thought it was a very interesting (and wildly different) adaption of the Ukihashi Chapters of Genji, and I thought Ono-sensei did a marvelous job writing in a lot of largeish musumeyaku parts: Kosaishou no Kimi, Ukifune, Onna Ichi no Miya, Kobai no Naka no Kimi..... As a huge fan of Hanase Mizuka and Shirosaki Ai, I was really happy with it.♥

Okay, Jen, great, you say, but what about the show? We know you hate Takarazuka Genji adaptions, and you always fall asleep in the middle of Asaki Yume Mishi.

Read more... )

So, yes. I worried I wouldn't love it, and then I worried I'd only love it because of who was in it, but.... I don't think that's the case at all. I loved it as itself -- I really rather cool story that was staged beautifully with enough dancing in the aisles to keep you awake between all of the angst. Also, political plotting.♥ You win, Ono-sensei!

(The revue will have to wait a bit... this took me three hours. ^^;;)
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Much love to Anna for agreeing to do this with me, even though she was terrified of it.<3 I hope she'll forgive me for posting it while she's sleeping, but this is the point in my week where I actually have time to breathe *grin*. I did the odds and she did the evens. I hope everyone enjoys it -- I think the warmth of hoshigumi is a wonderful thing, and it really shows here.... even if they do tease poor Kazu too much.

Star Troupe Otokoyaku Round-Table Discussion

from The Takarazuka IV: Star Troupe (2008)

Translated by Jen & Anna




I. About Hoshigumi Rehearsal Clothes )

II. Dressing Well in Costumes )

III. Stage Makeup )

IV. The Behavior of an Otokoyaku )

V. The Black Tuxedo Brigade )

VI. When Star Troupe Otokoyaku Get Fired Up )

notes )

A-"R"ex

Jun. 15th, 2008 09:24 am
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Long delayed, loooong delayed, A-"R"ex review.

A-"R"ex
Moon Troupe Drama City, 2007

Stars: Sena Jun & Ayano Kanami

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I was really, really looking forward to this show from the moment that I first heard about it -- my bachelor's degree is in archaeology and things like this make me purr. Then I heard that it would be a really small cast, and I love shows with small casts. Then I heard that Masaki would be playing Hephaestion, and deafened you all with it. <3

... And then people actually started to go see it and it seemed that hardly anyone liked it.

But I perservered.

And, boy, am I glad that I did.

First of all, to explain the circumstances, it's a show by Ogita Koichi, who is rather famous for his rather trippy revue shows. He's done a few actual musicals, but of them, even Orpheus in Spiral was pretty trippy. He likes that kind of cryptic, dreamlike, sometimes downright confusing plot and dialogue that some people would call clever and some would call a sham. ...I suppose I fall into the first category, which is why I enjoyed A-"R"ex.

You'll notice I left out a summary. That's because it's rather hard to summarize. The "plot" consists of the life of Alexander the Great, from his father's death to his own, but most of it is told in voice-overs or narration from Aristotle. What we, the audience, see is a rather psychadelic set of dialogues between Alexander and the gods (and also his mother and a few other characters). Lest you miss the implications, most of the ensemble cast is dressed like hippies. Things discussed include predestination, what the favor of the gods means, what the gods are, etc. etc. A reluctant, taciturn Alexander is persuaded to go to war, and then to march further, and further, and further....

This wasn't really a musical. There was dialogue, but no action. It was an artsy play with some songs. It doesn't hurt that the singers were some of the best that Takarazuka has to offer, including Yashiro Kou, Izumo Aya, and Ayano Kanami.

I heard a lot from people about this being another of Asako's angst shows, but to be honest, I didn't see it. Her Alexander was taciturn and a little sour, but he didn't whine, and we were mercifully free from the fish-mouth, wide-eyed, wild looks of "suffering" that Takarazuka lead otokoyaku tend to sport. Even more refreshing, there wasn't a lot of shouting, to make SURE WE KNEW THEY WERE SUFFERING INTERNALLY. The only time Alexander broke down was for a few minutes in India, and considering the circumstances, I forgive him. Actually, I really liked the interpretation, though I found it hard to believe that someone whom Hephaestion is always assuring us "doesn't hate women; he hates people" could have the kind of charisma that Alexander was famous for.

Another interesting aspect was the breaking down of the fourth wall. Izumo Aya's character Athena would wander in from time to time and scold others, telling them to hurry up and change their costumes or get to their places. All in all, it was very Oggy-like.

Well, I'll stop there. Over all I enjoyed it, and it's something that I know I'll be watching again and again to catch bits that I missed, but I don't think it's the kind of show that will appeal to most Takarazuka fans.
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GRAPH-Style Otokoyaku Cram School ~Moon Chapter~
GRAPH Jan. 2008

Teacher … Sena Jun [Moon Troupe lead otokoyaku]
Student … Ryū Masaki [Moon Troupe member, debuted in 2001]

Sena: So far Masao (Ryū) has performed my roles three times in the shinjinkōen. Brutus, Armand, and even Sandor - I think Masao and I are the only ones who could have done them, don’t you? )

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