Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Tokyo Takarazuka Theater(TOKYO)
Jul.30-Sep.4 2022

"Years of Pilgrimage: The Wandering Soul of Franz Liszt"

Written and directed by Hirokazu Ikuta Groovy Show

"Fashionable Empire"

Written and directed by Daichi Inaba On sale from: June 26, 2022, at 10:00 AM(JST) - Price SS Seat : 12,500 / S Seat : 9,500 / A Seat : 5,500 / B Seat : 3,500
Unit: Japanese Yen (tax included)


"Years of Pilgrimage: The Wandering Soul of Franz Liszt"

The story takes place in 1832 Paris. France is still controlled by the aristocracy who keeps holding power and the notably rising bourgeoisie, even after the upheaval period of the revolution. The hedonistic and possessive aristocrats let their patronizing artists show off their performances or works at the salons held night after night, and the artists compete with each other to achieve fame with their own skills and charms.
The noble ladies are gathering in the salon hosted by Marquise Le Vayer tonight just to see Franz Liszt, a young piano virtuoso who has taken the Parisian salons by storm with his handsome features as well as superb piano technique. Any salon featuring Liszt is packed with ladies, and he immediately captivates the audience with his passionate performance. Liszt is now in his prime, which everyone is envious of. But meanwhile, his rival and friend Frederic Chopin is concerned that Liszt is losing his true self as his popularity grows. Chopin shows Liszt a critique. Written under the pseudonym of Daniel Stern, the article points out the essence of what Liszt should look to, instead of praising him. Upon finding out who Daniel Stern is, Liszt visits the critic: Countess Marie d'Agoult.
Countess Marie d'Agoult, who is regarded as the star of Parisian society, lives in a loveless marriage to her husband, Count d'Agoult. She is secretly engaged in writing activities under a man’s name, as if to seek for the meaning of her existence. Having not been her true self in social circles, Marie senses that Liszt carries the pain inside as she does. Liszt is overjoyed at meeting a woman whom he can share his deepest feelings with. He realizes that it is not his true self "Liszt Ferenc" but the created image of Franz Liszt that is wanted in the city. Shortly afterwards, he elopes with Marie.
Thus their "Years of Pilgrimage" has begun. The two go to Switzerland, far away from Paris. They regain the joy of living as just Ferenc and Marie. But their happy days will not last long…

"Fashionable Empire"

A revue that transforms the stage into the "Empire" where the pioneering fashionistas of our time gather. The stylish array of scenes will enchant the audience, at times with the cool atmosphere, and at times with the hot beats. While focusing on the sophisticated and metropolitan appeal of top star Rei Yuzuka, this revue also shows off the unique, scintillating members of Flower Troupe through many groovy scenes.

Main cast

"Years of Pilgrimage: The Wandering Soul of Franz Liszt"

Franz Liszt:

Rei Yuzuka

Countess Marie d'Agoult:

Madoka Hoshikaze

Frederic Chopin:

Maito Minami

George Sand:

Sea Towaki

Victor Hugo:

Mizuki Takasho

Marquise Le Vayer:

Maira Mikaze

Adam Liszt:

Hibiki Wataru

Luigi Cherubini:

Nagisa Maizuki

Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve:

Sho Kazumi

Countess Esterhazy:

Ririka Kaga

Count Leo Festetics:

Mitsuki Haryu

Maria Anna Liszt:

Urara Haruhi

Count Esterhazy:

Maki Kureha

Count d'Agoult:

Tsukasa Hiryu


Towa Mineka

Lady Coubertin:

Moeka Wakakusa

Sigismond Thalberg:

Mahiro Hozumi

Lady Calonne:

Shizuka Rinno

Baron Pomponne:

Jun Takamine

Count Corday:

Yuri Haruya

Countess Laprunarede:

Kurisu Oto

Lady de Lorges:

Yukiha Itotsuki

Emile de Girardin:

Asuka Seino

Armand Marrast:

Maira Izumi

Gioachino Rossini:

Koki Ichinose

Viscount d’Holbach:

Reisa Kazu

Lady de Custine:

Mion Sakino

Colonel Dukas:

Kazuma Mano

Marquis Noailles:

Mio Tatsuki

Honore de Balzac:

Ei Serina

Ferdinand Flocon:

Anju Tsubasa

Eugene Delacroix:

Daiya Yuki

Hector Berlioz:

Raito Kinami

Olympe Pelissier:

Koko Miyahime

Miss Adele Lucinde:

Ai Mihane

Young Liszt:

Maru Misora

Delphine Gay:

Misaki Hoshizora