PERFORMANCE INFO

Takarazuka Grand Theater

Takarazuka Grand Theater(HYOGO)
Jun.8-Jul.9 2018
Kampo Dream Theater
Musical Play

"Arch of Triumph"

Based on the novel by Erich Maria Remarque Based on
ARC DE TRIOMPHE by Erich Maria Remarque
Copyright (c) 1945 by New York University, successor-in-interest to the literary rights of
The Estate of Paulette Goddard Remarque
Performed by permission of New York University, successor-in-interest
to the literary rights of The Estate of Paulette Goddard Remarque
c/o Mohrbooks AG Literary Agency, Zürich, Switzerland
through Tuttle-Mori Agency, Inc., Tokyo
Screenplay by Yukihiro Shibata, directed and choreographed by Tamae Sha
Kampo Dream Theater
Show Passionable

"Gato Bonito!!"

A Man Like a Gato Bonito (Beautiful Cat) Written and directed by Daisuke Fujii On sale from: May 5, 2018, at 10:00 AM(JST) - Price SS Seat : 12,000 / S Seat : 8,300 / A Seat : 5,500 / B Seat : 3,500
Unit: Japanese Yen (tax included)

Story

"Arch of Triumph"

It is 1938 in Europe, and the continent is draped in darkness on the eve of World War II. Refugees from war-torn areas and asylum seekers from different countries have begun gathering in Paris, where for the moment the light still shines. Among them is Ravic, a surgeon who has fled torture at a Nazi concentration camp in Germany in exchange for self-exile. He places himself at the sole place of refuge for asylum-seekers, the Hotel International, where he makes a living by practicing medicine as an unlicensed physician.
In the small hours on a rainy night, Ravic goes to the Pont de l'Alma, a bridge spanning the Seine River, where he happens upon a woman who is about to throw herself into the water: Joan Madou. She has come to Paris from Italy. Joan says she was accompanied by a man who was staying at the same hotel with her, but he has since passed away. Joan is a mentally unbalanced woman, but Ravic lends her his help by asking a friend, Boris Morosov, the doorman at the Scheherazade night club, to take care of her. Over the following three weeks, Ravic never comes to check in on Joan. Perhaps, recognizing the harsh reality that he is an exile with no future, he is hesitant to love. Meanwhile, Joan becomes a popular singer at the club, where she awaits Ravic's return. After three weeks, he finally steps through the club's door. Joan says she was given a new hope and will to live by Ravic. And upon seeing her again, Ravic is once more enchanted. In this city where the dark shadow of war creeps closer, Ravic and Joan passionately fall in love. But that is not the end of their story...

"Gato Bonito!!"

The Portuguese phrase "gato bonito" means "beautiful cat." Futo Nozomi leads the inimitable members of the Snow Troupe in a dramatic Latin-style show featuring a wild array of scenes and inspired by feline creatures, who are cool and capricious by nature yet carry themselves with pure grace. Enjoy a gorgeous world of exciting fantasy you'll only find at the Takarazuka Revue.

Main cast

"Arch of Triumph"

Ravic:

Yu Todoroki

Boris Morosov:

Futo Nozomi

Joan Madou:

Kiho Maaya

Francois:

Keiko Miho

Eugenie:

Masumi Rika

Lucienne Martinet:

Rin Maisaki

Schneider:

Haruto Sono

Mrs. Binder:

Mako Sahana

Kate Hegstroem:

Aina Satsuki

Prostitute:

Karen Chikaze

Andre Duran:

Kazuki Toma

Weber:

Sho Ayanagi

Aaron Goldberg:

Haruto Mana

Marthe:

Chio Shono

Henri Jardin:

Sakina Ayakaze

Mr. Binder:

Asu Kujo

Markus Meyer:

Reo Kiraha

Mrs. Damian:

Konomi Anno

Jaime Alvarez:

Jun Asami

Prostitute:

Sumire Ai

Abel/Accordion player:

Kaoru Oji

Police officer:

Tsubasa Amatsuki

Bartender:

Ko Tachibana

Ruth Goldberg:

Kiwa Asazuki

Yvette:

Yukino Himehana

Police officer:

Yuka Machi

Rosenfeld:

Sea Towaki

Police officer:

Yuri Kano

Pepe/Black shadow:

Oka Aya

Sybil:

Nozomi Seina

Painter:

Sena Kanami

Black shadow:

Haruna Hoka

Black shadow:

Saki Suwa

Garcon:

Haruki Hinata

Girl selling flowers:

Himari Nonoka

Yuria:

Michiru Irodori

Black shadow:

Rui Manomiya

Wiesenhoff:

Sen Agata

Black shadow:

Haruma Hiyori

Black shadow:

Sera Ayami

Otto:

Hana Jun

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