Takarazuka Grand Theater

Takarazuka Grand Theater(HYOGO)
Jan.1-Jan.30 2017


By arrangement with TURNER BROADCASTING CO.
Owner of the motion picture "GRAND HOTEL"
Additional music and lyrics by MAURY YESTON
Book by Luther Davis Music and Lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest
Additional music and lyrics by Maury Yeston
Original direction and choreography by special supervisor Tommy Tune
Direction by Keiji Okada and Hirokazu Ikuta
Translation by Yushi Odashima
GRAND HOTEL, THE MUSICAL is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 USA Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212-397-4684
Mon Paris 90th Anniversary Revue Romance


Written and directed by Daichi Inaba On sale from: November 26, 2016, at 10:00 AM(JST) - Price SS Seat : 12,500 / S Seat : 8,800 / A Seat : 5,500 / B Seat : 3,500
Unit: Japanese Yen (tax included)

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The year is 1928, at the Grand Hotel in Berlin. It's just another regular day at this world-famous luxury hotel, with people of diverse backgrounds passing through its doors...
Baron Felix Amadeus Benvenuto von Gaigern is a jovial, charming young aristocrat with a passion for living life as he wishes and pleases. At first glance he comes off as a graceful long-term guest, but in fact he is mired in debt and is behind on payments for his room at the Grand Hotel.
Elizaveta Grushinskaya is a Russian prima ballerina whose repute spans the globe. Now, though, as she fades from the public's memory, Elizaveta is losing her self-confidence and motivation to continue dancing. She has come to the Grand Hotel en route to her farewell performance.
Otto Kringelein, a bookkeeper suffering from an incurable disease, has come to the hotel to spend his final days. The sudden prognosis of his impending demise was ironic, as he has endured and survived a life of hardship. After investing the savings he accumulated little by little, he has now come to the Grand Hotel to truly find himself, so to speak.
Frida Flamm, also known as Flaemmchen, is a freelance typist. In search of a job she has come to the hotel to meet with Mr. Preysing, an entrepreneur who "seeks a secretary." Flaemmchen, meanwhile, has vague dreams of becoming a movie star and living like a Hollywood celebrity. However, her recently changed circumstances necessitate that she find money fast.
Raffaela Ottannio is Elizaveta's loyal attendant. Harboring a secret love for the ballerina over the past 22 years, Raffaela has devoted her entire life to Elizaveta. The two have come to the hotel ahead of Elizaveta's performance in Berlin.
And last but not least, the hotel staff:
Among them is Erik Rittnauer, who works the front desk. His wife is about to give birth to their child, but he is unable to get the day off. Meanwhile he waits pensively for a telephone call from the hospital.
People come and go at the Grand Hotel, a place where people's lives intersect...


This "revue romance" of impressively interweaving dance routines on an elegant and glitzy stage celebrates the 90th anniversary of "Mon Paris," the first revue in Japan. In "Mon Paris," a carousel of wooden horses imbued with life circle the Earth's entirety along an axis, as if the steeds are on an endless journey dancing a rondo round the world. While "Mon Paris" portrays them departing from Japan for Paris, audiences will be treated to a rich variety of scenes as they watch a herd leaving Paris for Takarazuka on a world tour. Ryo Tamaki leads a reborn Moon Troupe that is vibrant and powerful in this thoroughly mesmerizing revue.

Main cast


Baron Felix von Gaigern:

Ryo Tamaki

Elizaveta Grushinskaya:

Reika Manaki

Otto Kringelein:

Rurika Miya


Yo Natsumi

Hermann Preysing:

Hikaru Hanagata

The blind Countess:

Yurino Toka


Seri Ayazuki


Ru Kozuki

Madame Peepee:

Miyako Kagetsu

Bell Captain:

Reona Hibiki

The Chauffeur:

Hayate Uzuki

The Telephone Operator:

Kurea Remi

The Gigolo:

Yuriya Shimon

The Telephone Operator:

Sachika Shirayuki


Ao Takachi


Akane Saki

Jimmy A:

Karan Chinami

The Bellboy:

Hayato Takasumi

The Scullery Worker:

Mitsuru Kijo

Frida Flamm (Flaemmchen):

Wakaba Saotome HYOGO:Jan.1-10, Jan.26-30
TOKYO:Mar.2-5, Mar.7-16

Mitsuki Umino HYOGO:Jan.12-17, Jan.19-24
TOKYO:Feb.21-Mar.1, Mar.18-26

The Scullery Worker:

Ruise Kirami

The Prostitute:

Ran Kosaki

Erik Rittnauer:

Jun Asami HYOGO:Jan.1-10, Jan.19-24
TOKYO:Mar.2-5, Mar.18-26

Chisei Akatsuki HYOGO:Jan.12-17, Jan.26-30
TOKYO:Feb.21-Mar.1, Mar.7-16


Yuma Kizuki

The Prostitute:

Yuki Kaede

The Telephone Operator:

Aki Harune

The Maid:

Satsuki Samomo

The Bellboy:

Yu Harumi

Jimmy B:

Rune Yumena

The Maid:

Konatsu Akane

The Telephone Operator:

Toki Kanoha

The Scullery Worker:

Yuto Hayaki

The Bellboy:

Tsukasa Ren

The Lady:

Mitsuki Umino

Wakaba Saotome

The Bellboy:

Aoi Kashiro

The Scullery Worker:

Makoto Asagiri

The Scullery Worker:

Yuki Aose

Raffaela Ottannio:

Chisei Akatsuki HYOGO:Jan.1-10, Jan.19-24
TOKYO:Mar.2-5, Mar.18-26

Jun Asami HYOGO:Jan.12-17, Jan.26-30
TOKYO:Feb.21-Mar.1, Mar.7-16

The Scullery Worker:

Mahiro Suo

The Telephone Operator:

Senri Urara

The Maid:

Koyuki Yukarino

The Telephone Operator:

Sakura Misono

The Bellboy:

Kanade Kio

The Scullery Worker:

Kaoto Hanabusa

The Bellboy:

Naoki Ran

The Scullery Worker:

Yuno Kazama

The Maid:

Karen Yui

The Doorman:

Haru Reika

The Doorman:

Kei Issei