Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Tokyo Takarazuka Theater(TOKYO)
Jan.2-Feb.11 2018

"A PASSAGE THROUGH THE LIGHT - Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary -"

Written and directed by Hirokazu Ikuta Revue Spectacular


- To the Ocean of Hope - Written and directed by Kosaku Noguchi On sale from: November 26, 2017, at 10:00 AM(JST) - Price SS Seat : 12,500 / S Seat : 9,500 / A Seat : 5,500 / B Seat : 3,500
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"A PASSAGE THROUGH THE LIGHT - Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary -"

The story of the transformational Maximilien Robespierre is of a man fueled by a burning passion for revolutionary ideals that eventually engulfed him in their flames.

Robespierre was born in Arras, a countryside town in the province of Artois. His mother died when he was young, and afterward his father, a lawyer, left his children. Robespierre then stayed at the Collège Louis-le-Grand, University of Paris to study law. He was driven in his academic endeavors by the notion that if he followed the same path as his father, then perhaps they would be reunited. Upon becoming a lawyer, Robespierre came to respect the tranquil lives of the rustic folk in his hometown, and also to perceive their weakness. Setting himself on a quest to protect these people, he then entered politics and threw himself into the revolution happening on the streets of Paris.
Robespierre joined the Jacobin Club, where over time he became the leader of the revolution. France turned into a republic, and in 1793, Louis XVI was executed. The people fell in love with Robespierre for leading France into a new era, and at one point they began calling him the "god of the revolution."
However, there were many victims of this revolution, their lives ruined when dear family members and lovers were taken away forever, the only justification being an aristocratic lineage. One of these victims, Marie-Anne, seeks vengeance against the revolution, so she plots to assassinate the man who epitomizes the movement: Robespierre. In Paris, she sees an opportunity to carry out her purpose.

The Jacobin Club comprised legislators supported by the "sans-culotte," as the lower classes in France were called. Fellow comrades, including Georges Jacques Danton and Camille Desmoulins, had advanced the revolution with single-minded purpose, and Robespierre decided to meet with them to discuss continuing their fight to the bitter end. However, the rise of counterrevolutionary forces such as the bourgeoisie-supported Girondists, along with declarations of war by foreign countries in response to the French monarch's execution, were among the factors that flung the revolutionary government into chaos and crisis. The revolutionary ideals Robespierre sought to bring about were cast into ruin.
In the midst of all this, Robespierre would be arrested by the Girondists on suspicion of being a counterrevolutionary. Furthermore, Robespierre was informed by his close confidant Saint-Just that Danton, acting out of personal interest, had betrayed the Republic by working with the Girondists. Robespierre then forced out Danton, who argued for a realistic perspective over idealism.
Robespierre was obsessed with the revolution that, if successful, would turn his ideals into reality. But his use of fear to drive the movement was declared a "reign of terror," as Robespierre purged those who opposed his ideas, one after another.


A dazzling whirlwind of a revue about voyagers to bless Futo Nozomi in grand fashion as she, the recently appointed top star, and the new Snow Troupe embark upon their journey.
It begins with a thoroughly vivid prologue symbolizing the departure of a splendid cruise ship. The performers then wish Futo Nozomi the best of luck as the new top star with choreography inspired by her name and the four Chinese characters that make it up. Those characters mean: HOPE, OCEAN, WIND and BIG DIPPER.
You can look forward to an ultimate piece of entertainment that combines the allure of the new Snow Troupe plus the aesthetics of Futo Nozomi's portrayal of male characters as the otoko yaku.

Main cast

"A PASSAGE THROUGH THE LIGHT - Maximilien Robespierre, the Revolutionary -"

Maximilien Robespierre : A central figure in the French Revolution

Futo Nozomi

Marie-Anne : Gets close to Maximilien, although her motive is unknown

Kiho Maaya

Georges Jacques Danton: Minister of Justice of the French Republic, friend of Maximilien

Sakina Ayakaze

Talleyrand-Perigord: French politician

Yo Natsumi

Camille Desmoulins: Revolutionary and journalist, friend of Maximilien

Kurama Sao

Madame Renault: Renault's wife

Masumi Rika

Marie-Anne's mother:

Rin Maisaki

Olympe: Feminist activist

Rin Maisaki

Renault: Runs a printing shop

Haruto Sono

Claire: Feminist activist

Mako Sahana

Theroigne: Feminist activist

Aina Satsuki

Pauline: Feminist activist

Karen Chikaze

Jean-Marie Roland: Member of the Girondist faction

Kazuki Toma

Madame Manon Roland: Roland's wife, so-called "Queen of the Girondists"

Sho Ayanagi

Joseph Fouche: Member of the Jacobin faction

Haruto Mana

Georges Couthon: Member of the Jacobin faction

Asu Kujo

Louis-Marie Stanislas Freron: Member of the Jacobin faction

Reo Kiraha

Lord Mayor of Braunschweig: Commander of the allied Prussian-Austrian forces

Reo Kiraha

Louis Antoine Leon de Saint-Just: Member of the Jacobin faction

Jun Asami

Isabelle: Feminist activist

Sumire Ai

Jacques Pierre Brissot: Member of the Jacobin faction

Kaoru Oji

Marie-Anne's father:

Kaoru Oji

Jean-Lambert Tallien: Member of the Jacobin faction

Tsubasa Amatsuki

Collot d'Herbois: President of the National Convention

Ko Tachibana

Maurice Duplay: Eleonore Duplay's father

Ko Tachibana

Gabrielle Danton: George's wife

Kiwa Asazuki

Monique: Feminist activist

Yukino Himehana

Pierre Vergniaud: Member of the Girondist faction

Yuka Machi

Philippe Le Bas: Member of the Jacobin faction

Sea Towaki

Billaud-Varenne: Member of the Jacobin faction

Yuri Kano

Louis XVI:

Yuri Kano

Augustin Robespierre: Younger brother of Maximilien, Member of the Jacobin faction

Oka Aya

Eleonore Duplay: Daughter of Maximilien's landlord

Nozomi Seina

Francois Buzot: Member of the Girondist faction

Sena Kanami

General Dumouriez: Member of the Girondist faction / General of the French Republic

Haruna Hoka

Marie-Anne's younger sister:

Mai Yumenoka

David: Painter

Saki Suwa

Newspaper seller:

Saki Suwa

Paul Barras: Member of the Jacobin faction

Haruki Hinata

Charlotte de Robespierre: Younger sister of Maximilien

Himari Nonoka

Lucile Desmoulins: Camille's wife

Michiru Irodori

Agnes: Feminist activist

Mai Sakuraba

Francois: Marie-Anne's lover

Rui Manomiya

Francois Hanriot: Member of the Jacobin faction

Sen Agata