It was written and directed by Suemitsu Kenichi. The music was written by Wada Shunsuke, the singing coach was Shinra Etsuko, and the dancing was choreographed by Yamane Chika.
The musical was split into two different versions, "TRUTH" and "REVERSE". Several performances used different combinations of these casts, and were called the "MARBLE" version.
The musical ran between September 6 and 16, 2013 at the Ikebuuro Sunshine Theater in Tokyo and September 22 and 23 at the Theater BRAVA! in Osaka. The DVD was released on December 18, 2013.
Jeanne d'Arc, a young woman gifted with the power to hear God, fought in the war against England. When she was discovered, she was punished by being burnt at the stake as a witch.
Several years later, in the town of Metz, there is still a ray of hope. Another young woman, Jiji, learns she is to join the Liberation Army and become the next Jeanne d'Arc. Lost and conflicted by everyone else's feelings and hopes, who else to guide her but the ghost of Jeanne herself!
A new twist on a historical legend with double castings and lots of action, comedy, and love.
- Tsugunaga Momoko as Belle (ベル)
- Yamamoto Shouma (山本匠馬) as Pierre d'Arc (ピエール・ダルク)
- Masui Kento (桝井賢斗) as Jacques d'Arc (ジャック・ダルク)
- Sakago Kei'ichiro (逆木圭一郎) as Fleetwood (フリートウッド)
- Yamane Chika (山根千佳)
- Kakei-dai no Majo (火刑台の魔女; The Witch's Stake)
- Warera Jeanne (我らジャンヌ; Us Jeanne)
- Hanauri no Shōjo (花売りの少女; Flower Selling Girl)
- Shibito no Machi Mesu (死人の街メス; The Town of Dead Women)
- Jeanne Daruku wa Ikite Iru! (ジャンヌ・ダルクは生きている!; Jeanne of Arc is Alive!)
- Thanatos ~Shinigami to Yoba Reta Otoko~ (Thanatos ~死神と呼ばれた男~; Thanatos ~The Man Called Death~)
- Atashi ni Yoku Nita Onna Noko (あたしによく似た女の子; The Girl Who is Like Me)
- Anemone Sakaba ni Yōkoso! (アネモネ酒場にようこそ!; Welcome to the Anemone Tavern)
- La Voix Douce ~Yasashī Koe~ (La voix douce ~優しい声~; The Gentle Voice ~The Gentle Voice~)
- Mitsuketa zo Jeanne no Kyōdai (見つけたぞジャンヌの兄妹; Jeanne's Sibling is Found)
- Kun ga Jeanne ni Natte Kure (君がジャンヌになってくれ; Let Me Become Jeanne)
- La Pucelle ~Jiji Jeanne ver.~ (La Pucelle ~ジジ・ジャンヌver.~; The Maid ~Jiji and Jeanne ver.~)
- Onaji Hoshi o Mite Iru (同じ星を見ている; We're Looking at the Same Star)
- Ima Koso Jeanne no Sairai o (今こそジャンヌの再来を; It the Time of the Reincarnation of Jeanne)
- Seijo no Fukkatsu (聖女の復活; Revival of the Saint)
- Jeanne o Purode~yūsu (ジャンヌをプロデュース; Produce Jeanne)
- Kimi o Ushinaitaku Wanai (君を失いたくはない; I Don't Want to Lose You)
- Jeanne Daruku wa Nisemonoda! (ジャンヌ・ダルクは偽物だ!; Jeanne of Arc is a Fake!)
- Watashi Kosora Pyuseru (私こそラ・ピュセル; I'm the Maid Kosora)
- Seisen (聖戦; Holy War)
- La Pucelle ~Jiji Fleet ver.~ (La Pucelle ~ジジ・フリートver.~; The Maid ~Jiji Fleet ver.~))
- Warera Jeanne (reprise) (我らジャンヌ（reprise）; Us Jeanne (reprise))
- The TRUTH cast wore blue and the REVERSE cast wore red.
- This is the only Gekiharo production that was a musical.
- The switch in casting between the TRUTH and REVERSE versions occurred directly between members of Berryz Koubou and S/mileage (for instance, Sugaya Risako and Wada Ayaka switched with each other).
- Tsugunaga Momoko was the only member of the two Hello! Project groups without a second role.
|Date||Venue||Prefecture||Doors Open||Show Starts||Version|
|9/6||Ikebukuro Sunshine Theater||Tokyo||18:30||19:00||TRUTH|
- Total Shows: 22