寶塚歌劇 花組東京寶塚劇場公演 『雪華抄』『金色沙漠』千秋樂 現場直播
Takarazuka Revue Flower Troupe Tokyo Takarazuka Theater "SEKKASHO" "The Golden Desert" Last Performance Live Broadcast
Date: Sunday, February 5th, 2017 from 14:30 (Hong Kong and Taiwan Time)
Venue: Hong Kong and Taiwan.
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It is now confirmed that on Sunday, February 5, 2017, the last performance of the Flower Troupe Tokyo Takarazuka Theater Performance, “SEKKASHO” and “The Golden Desert” will be live broadcasted to movie theaters in Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan!
Takarazuka dance poetry “SEKKASHO” is a magnificent dance picture scroll brilliantly unfolding with a theme of Japanese charms and elegance of Shun-ka-shu-to (春夏秋冬) which means “Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter” and Kacho-fugetsu (花鳥風月), beauties of nature, the traditional theme of Japanese aesthetics. With added contemporary essence, it is an ambitious work of Japanese revue show which sings the beauty and glamor of the four seasons. Mr. Keita Maruyama, an internationally well-known fashion designer, is working on costume designs and supervision.
The Tragedy Arabesque “The Golden Desert” depicts a story of tragic love of a slave boy and the Princess, set in the imaginary ancient desert kingdom. A swirling love-hate play of Giy (Rio Asumi), the slave boy of Crown Princess who doesn’t know where he came from, and the Crown Princess Talharmine (Maria Kano) will be dramatically unfolded. Together with the main performance, the finale, Sayonara show of Maria Kano who will graduate in this performance, the greetings from the graduating casts and also the last day greetings will all be live broadcasted!
Please enjoy the two extravagant performances live at your nearest movie theaters!
Written and directed by Ryo Harada
"The Golden Desert"
Written and directed by Kumiko Ueda
Takarazuka Revue Flower Troupe
Rio Asami, Maria Kano and others
The "SEKKASHO," a look at natural Japanese aesthetics presented in dance, addresses the theme of Japanese elegance through a magnificent picture scroll gracefully unfolding. Starting with glorious scenes of early spring followed by the glittering waves of summer, an autumn moon, and finally from a pure silver world of dancing snowflakes to an ode to riotous cheery blossoms, the dazzling scenes build up one after another. Time-honored Japanese legends are woven together with modern essence and arranged in the unique Takarazuka style to form an ambitious Nihonmono revue (a play with a historical Japanese setting) that splendidly celebrates the beauty and allure of Japan's four seasons.
"The Golden Desert"
In the ancient desert kingdom of Esfaan, King Jahangir (An Hozuki) invites suitors of his three princesses to a grand party. Giy (Rio Asumi), the slave boy of Crown Princess Talharmine (Maria Kano), has mixed feelings upon seeing Theodoros (Rei Yuzuka), a prince from another land, pursue Talharmine’s hand in marriage.
Along with Ger (Toa Serika), the slave of the king’s second daughter Princess Virmaya (Ayaka Osaki), and Puri (Kazuya Seto), the slave of the king’s third daughter Princess Sharaddha, Giy has worked in the palace, waiting on Talharmine since he was young. Yet he is unhappy with his life. While Pipi (Naoki Ema), the slave of Queen Amu Darya (Ayase Senna), tries to reason with the proud Giy, he holds romantic feelings for the beautiful yet out-of-reach Talharmine. On the other hand, Talharmine, due to her pride as a princess, realizes but is unable to accept that she needs him, and adopts a cold attitude in their interactions.
Talharmine accepts her suitor Theodoros’ marriage proposal. The night before the wedding Giy risks his life to approach her, and Talharmine yields to his passion in spite of herself. With her pride as a princess shattered, she is prepared to throw away her status and run away with him. Giy promises that after escaping the kingdom he’ll show her the gold sands of the desert, which Talharmine has been enamored with since she was a young girl. However, as they approach the palace walls, soldiers confront them and the situation takes an unanticipated turn...
Giy harbors a strong desire for revenge. It boils over, forming a tall vortex in the blazing desert, shaking people’s fortunes...
蔓藤花悲歌（阿拉伯悲歌）『金色沙漠』以古代虛構的沙漠王國為舞台，描寫奴隸與公主的愛情悲劇。不知自己身世、自幼便為公主奴隸的蓋伊（明日海りお／Rio Asumi），與公主妲露哈蜜涅（花乃まりあ／Maria Kano）之間峰迴路轉的愛恨情仇。本篇結束後，隨著本公演結束而退團的花乃まりあ的再見秀（Sayonara Show）、退團者問候，以及千秋樂問候也將一併呈現。
明日海 りお(Rio Asami)、花乃 まりあ(Maria Kano) 其他