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|name = Yumemiru Television
 
|name = Yumemiru Television
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|Cover = YumemiruTelevision-DVD.jpg
|Caption = Promotional Poster
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|Caption = DVD Cover
 
|type = Musical
 
|type = Musical
 
|artist = [[ANGERME]]
 
|artist = [[ANGERME]]
 
|japanese = 夢見るテレビジョン
 
|japanese = 夢見るテレビジョン
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|recorded = October 9, 2017
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|released = January 24, 2018
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|start = October 5, 2017
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|end = October 15, 2017
 
|Chronology1 = [[Engeki Joshibu]] Theater Chronology
 
|Chronology1 = [[Engeki Joshibu]] Theater Chronology
 
|Last1 = [[Pharaoh no Haka]] (2017)
 
|Last1 = [[Pharaoh no Haka]] (2017)
 
|Next1 = [[Bokutachi Karen na Shounen Gasshoudan (2017)|Bokutachi Karen na Shounen Gasshoudan]] (2017)
 
|Next1 = [[Bokutachi Karen na Shounen Gasshoudan (2017)|Bokutachi Karen na Shounen Gasshoudan]] (2017)
 
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'''''Yumemiru Television''''' (夢見るテレビジョン; ''Dreaming Television'') is an [[Engeki Joshibu]] musical starring [[ANGERME]], as well as [[Sudo Maasa]], [[Nakajima Saki]] and [[Takase Kurumi]]. It will run from October 5 to October 15, 2017 at Zenrosai Hall/Space Zero in Shinjuku.
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[[File:YumemiruTelevision-promo.jpg|thumb|Promotional Poster]]
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'''''Yumemiru Television''''' (夢見るテレビジョン; ''Dreaming Television'') was an [[Engeki Joshibu]] musical starring [[ANGERME]], as well as [[Sudo Maasa]], [[Nakajima Saki]] and [[Takase Kurumi]]. It ran from October 5 to October 15, 2017 at Zenrosai Hall/Space Zero in Shinjuku.
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The DVD was released on January 24, 2018 and includes a bonus soundtrack CD.
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
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;From [[ANGERME]]
 
;From [[ANGERME]]
 
*[[Wada Ayaka]] <small>as ''Ikegami Tomie'' (池神 とみ恵), the female producer</small>
 
*[[Wada Ayaka]] <small>as ''Ikegami Tomie'' (池神 とみ恵), the female producer</small>
*[[Nakanishi Kana]] <small>as ''Oume Shoji'' (青梅 尚史), the chief director</small>
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*[[Nakanishi Kana]] <small>as ''Ome Shoji'' (青梅 尚史), the chief director</small>
 
*[[Takeuchi Akari]] <small>as ''Sayama Sotaro'' (佐山 宗太郎), an advertising agent</small>
 
*[[Takeuchi Akari]] <small>as ''Sayama Sotaro'' (佐山 宗太郎), an advertising agent</small>
 
*[[Katsuta Rina]] <small>as ''Saotome Kunihiko'' (早乙女 邦彦), the head of the production department</small>
 
*[[Katsuta Rina]] <small>as ''Saotome Kunihiko'' (早乙女 邦彦), the head of the production department</small>
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==Soundtrack==
 
==Soundtrack==
 
{{CD Infobox
 
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|name = Engeki Joshibu "Yumemiru Television" Original Soundtrack
 
|name = Engeki Joshibu "Yumemiru Television" Original Soundtrack
 
|Japanese = 演劇女子部「夢見るテレビジョン」オリジナルサウンドトラック
 
|Japanese = 演劇女子部「夢見るテレビジョン」オリジナルサウンドトラック
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|length =
 
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|label = {{LinkBug|UPFRONTWORKS}}
 
|label = {{LinkBug|UPFRONTWORKS}}
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|Chronology1 = [[Engeki Joshibu]] Soundtrack Chronology
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|Last1 = [[Pharaoh no Haka#Soundtrack|Engeki Joshibu "Pharaoh no Haka" Original Soundtrack]] <small>(2017)</small>
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|Next1 = [[Pharaoh no Haka ~Hebi Ou Sneferu~#Soundtrack|Engeki Joshibu "Pharaoh no Haka ~Hebi Ou Sneferu~" Original Soundtrack]] <small>(2018)</small>
 
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The original soundtrack for the musical will have a limited release at the musical venue on October 6, 2017 and will be released for general sale on November 1, 2017.
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The original soundtrack for the musical had a limited release at the musical venue on October 6, 2017 and was released for general sale on November 1, 2017.
   
 
===Tracklist===
 
===Tracklist===
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#Oni no Producer (鬼のプロデューサー; ''Demon Producer'') <small>- [[Wada Ayaka|Ikegami Fumie]]</small>
 
#Oni no Producer (鬼のプロデューサー; ''Demon Producer'') <small>- [[Wada Ayaka|Ikegami Fumie]]</small>
 
#Yume (夢; ''Dream'') <small>- [[Kamikokuryo Moe|Kawai Hanako]], [[Kasahara Momona|Nitta Chiyo]], [[Funaki Musubu|Ishizaka Chosuke]], [[Kawamura Ayano|Hoshi Michiru]]</small>
 
#Yume (夢; ''Dream'') <small>- [[Kamikokuryo Moe|Kawai Hanako]], [[Kasahara Momona|Nitta Chiyo]], [[Funaki Musubu|Ishizaka Chosuke]], [[Kawamura Ayano|Hoshi Michiru]]</small>
#Ore Koso Star (俺こそスター; ''I Am a Star'') <small>- [[Nakanishi Kana|Oume Naofumi]], [[Takeuchi Akari|Sayama Sotaro]], [[Katsuta Rina|Saotome Kunihiko]], [[Sasaki Rikako|Hashiba Kenichiro]], Hoshi Michiru</small>
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#Ore Koso Star (俺こそスター; ''I Am a Star'') <small>- [[Nakanishi Kana|Ome Naofumi]], [[Takeuchi Akari|Sayama Sotaro]], [[Katsuta Rina|Saotome Kunihiko]], [[Sasaki Rikako|Hashiba Kenichiro]], Hoshi Michiru</small>
 
#Michishirube (道しるべ; ''Guide'') <small>- [[Murota Mizuki|Tsukioka Masumi]]</small>
 
#Michishirube (道しるべ; ''Guide'') <small>- [[Murota Mizuki|Tsukioka Masumi]]</small>
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===Bonus CD Tracklist===
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The DVD includes a bonus CD with previously unreleased tracks.
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#Yumemiru Television
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#Color Girl (カラーガール) <small>- Kawai Hanako</small>
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#Oni no Producer <small>- Ikegami Fumie</small>
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#Gyoukai Boogie Woogie (業界ブギウギ; ''Entertainment Industry Boogie Woogie'') <small>- Ikegami Fumie, Ome Naofumi, Kawai Hanako</small>
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#Joryuu Sakka (女流作家; ''A Female Writer'') <small>- [[Nakajima Saki|Akechi Yoko]]</small>
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#Hikaeme ni Itte (控えめに言って; ''Humbly Spoken'')
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#Yume <small>- Kawai Hanako, Nitta Chiyo, Ishizaka Chosuke, Hoshi Michiru</small>
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#Three-Minute Show (スリーミニッツショー) <small>- Sayama Sotaro, Kawai Hanako</small>
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#Yakusoku Shite ne (約束してね; ''I Promise'') <small>- [[Takase Kurumi|Kutsumi]], {{ufg|Ishii Anna|Atsumi}}</small>
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#Onna no Teki wa... (女の敵は…; ''A Woman's Enemy Is...'') <small>- Kawai Hanako, Kutsumi, Atsumi</small>
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#Ore Koso Star <small>- Ome Naofumi, Sayama Kotaro, Saotome Kunihiko, Hashiba Kenichiro, Hoshi Michiru</small>
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#Michishirube <small>- Tsukioka Masumi</small>
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#Atarashii Jidai (新しい時代; ''A New Era'') <small>- Tsukioka Masumi, Hashiba Kenichiro, Kawai Hanako, Nitta Chiyo, Ishizaka Chosuke, Hoshi Michiru, Kutsumi, Atsumi</small>
   
 
===Information===
 
===Information===
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;Original Soundtrack
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*Lyrics: [[Ota Yoshinari]]
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*Compositions: [[Wada Shunsuke]]
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*Arrangements: Wada Shunsuke (#1, #3-4); [[Inagaki Daisuke]] (#1, #4-5); [[Hara Yoshihiro]] (#2-3, #5)
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;Bonus CD Soundtrack
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*Lyrics: Ota Yoshinari
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*Compositions: Wada Shunsuke
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*Arrangements: Wada Shunsuke (#1, #7, #9-10); Inagaki Daisuke (#1, #4, #10, #12-13); Hara Yoshihiro (#2-3, #5-8)
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==DVD Tracklist==
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#Chapter 1
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#Chapter 2
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#Chapter 3
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#Chapter 4
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#Three-Minute Talk Show (スリーミニッツ・トークショー)
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;Bonus Footage
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#Making (メイキング)
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*This is the first [[Engeki Joshibu]] musical to feature [[Nakajima Saki]] and her first theatrical production since [[Sakura no Hanataba|2013]].
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*This was the first [[Engeki Joshibu]] musical to feature [[Nakajima Saki]] and her first theatrical production since [[Sakura no Hanataba|2013]].
*This is the second appearance in an Engeki Joshibu musical made by a fictional singing duo named The Cashew Nuts, who are an homage to the real life duo [[wikipedia:The Peanuts|The Peanuts]]. The Cashew Nuts first appeared in ''[[Kizetsu Suru Hodo Aishiteru!]]'' as sisters named Natsumi (played by [[Yanagawa Nanami]]) and Mutsumi (played by [[Funaki Musubu]]).
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*This is the second appearance in an Engeki Joshibu musical made by a fictional singing duo named The Cashew Nuts, who are a homage to the real life duo [[wikipedia:The Peanuts|The Peanuts]]. The Cashew Nuts first appeared in ''[[Kizetsu Suru Hodo Aishiteru!]]'' as sisters named Natsumi and Mutsumi (respectively played by [[Yanagawa Nanami]] and [[Funaki Musubu]]).
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**The Cashew Nuts appropriately sing "Yakusoku Shite ne" in both musicals.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
*[https://www.gekijyo.com/ Official Site]
 
 
*Musical Details: [http://helloproject.com/event/detail/75d0f66fa38defaf4254079a0a5cf24cb10dee36 Hello! Project], [http://gekijyo.net/Gekipro/stage/2017/06/gekijyo201710.html Gekipro], [http://www.up-fc.jp/helloproject/news_Info.php?id=10591 UP-FC]
 
*Musical Details: [http://helloproject.com/event/detail/75d0f66fa38defaf4254079a0a5cf24cb10dee36 Hello! Project], [http://gekijyo.net/Gekipro/stage/2017/06/gekijyo201710.html Gekipro], [http://www.up-fc.jp/helloproject/news_Info.php?id=10591 UP-FC]
 
*[https://www.elineupmall.com/57526f27a8a538da8f4c1a395a9c6f96/ Goods]
 
*[https://www.elineupmall.com/57526f27a8a538da8f4c1a395a9c6f96/ Goods]
 
*Discography:
 
*Discography:
**Soundtrack: [http://www.helloproject.com/release/detail/UFCW-1129/ Hello! Project], [http://up-front-works.jp/release/detail/UFCW-1129/ UP-FRONT WORKS]
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**Original Soundtrack: [http://www.helloproject.com/release/detail/UFCW-1129/ Hello! Project], [http://up-front-works.jp/release/detail/UFCW-1129/ UP-FRONT WORKS]
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**DVD: [http://helloproject.com/release/detail/HKBN-50219/ Hello! Project], [http://up-front-works.jp/release/detail/HKBN-50219/ UP-FRONT WORKS]
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{{Engeki Joshibu}}
 
[[Category:2017 Musicals]]
 
[[Category:2017 Musicals]]
 
[[Category:Engeki Joshibu]]
 
[[Category:Engeki Joshibu]]
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[[Category:5th Generation ANGERME Albums In]]
 
[[Category:5th Generation ANGERME Albums In]]
 
[[Category:6th Generation ANGERME Albums In]]
 
[[Category:6th Generation ANGERME Albums In]]
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[[Category:2018 DVDs]]
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[[Category:ANGERME DVDs]]

Latest revision as of 20:49, December 2, 2019

Yumemiru Television
YumemiruTelevision-DVD
DVD Cover
ANGERME Musical
Native title 夢見るテレビジョン
Opening Date October 5, 2017
Closing Date October 15, 2017
Released January 24, 2018
Format DVD+CD
Recorded October 9, 2017
Label hachama hachama
Engeki Joshibu Theater Chronology
Previous Pharaoh no Haka (2017)
Next Bokutachi Karen na Shounen Gasshoudan (2017)
YumemiruTelevision-promo

Promotional Poster

Yumemiru Television (夢見るテレビジョン; Dreaming Television) was an Engeki Joshibu musical starring ANGERME, as well as Sudo Maasa, Nakajima Saki and Takase Kurumi. It ran from October 5 to October 15, 2017 at Zenrosai Hall/Space Zero in Shinjuku.

The DVD was released on January 24, 2018 and includes a bonus soundtrack CD.

SynopsisEdit

In the Showa 40s (1965 to 1974),
Reaching from beyond the cathode ray tube was a glittering and sparkling dream world.
Despite outcry and rejection, the TV industry still clung on desperately.
As always, there were tears and laughter, and hopes and failures.
Starring ANGERME, they deliver a story about the legendary TV show everyone was crazy about and the people who made it.

CastEdit

From ANGERME
  • Wada Ayaka as Ikegami Tomie (池神 とみ恵), the female producer
  • Nakanishi Kana as Ome Shoji (青梅 尚史), the chief director
  • Takeuchi Akari as Sayama Sotaro (佐山 宗太郎), an advertising agent
  • Katsuta Rina as Saotome Kunihiko (早乙女 邦彦), the head of the production department
  • Murota Mizuki as Tsukioka Masumi (月丘 万寿美), a popular singer
  • Sasaki Rikako as Hashiba Kenichiro (橋場 剣一郎), a popular actor
  • Kamikokuryo Moe as Kawai Hanako (河合 花子) (Lead role), a girl aspiring to become a director
  • Kasahara Momona as Nitta Chiyo (新田 千代), the make-up artist
  • Funaki Musubu as Ishizaka Chosuke (石坂 長介), a young broadcast writer
  • Kawamura Ayano as Hoshi Michiru (星 みちる), Hashiba's assistant
From Hello Pro Kenshuusei
  • Takase Kurumi as Kutsumi (くつみ), the older sister of the duo The Cashew Nuts (ザ・カシューナッツ) / Other
From Engeki Joshibu
  • Sudo Maasa as Fukutomi Kazutoyo (福富 一豊), a young company president and the sponsor
  • Ishii Anna as Atsumi (あつみ), the younger sister of the duo The Cashew Nuts / Other
Others

CrewEdit

  • Script: Ota Yoshinari
  • Director: Yoshida Ken (TBS Television)
  • Music: Wada Shunsuke
  • Choreography: YOSHIKO
  • Producer: Niwa Tamon Andrew (BS-TBS)

SoundtrackEdit

Engeki Joshibu "Yumemiru Television" Original Soundtrack
YumemiruTelevision-OSTcover
Soundtrack Album by ANGERME
Native title 演劇女子部「夢見るテレビジョン」オリジナルサウンドトラック
Released October 6, 2017 (Venue)
November 1, 2017 (General)
Format CD
Label UP-FRONT WORKS UP-FRONT WORKS (label)
Engeki Joshibu Soundtrack Chronology
Previous Engeki Joshibu "Pharaoh no Haka" Original Soundtrack (2017)
Next Engeki Joshibu "Pharaoh no Haka ~Hebi Ou Sneferu~" Original Soundtrack (2018)

The original soundtrack for the musical had a limited release at the musical venue on October 6, 2017 and was released for general sale on November 1, 2017.

TracklistEdit

  1. Yumemiru Television (夢見るテレビジョン; Dreaming Television)
  2. Oni no Producer (鬼のプロデューサー; Demon Producer) - Ikegami Fumie
  3. Yume (夢; Dream) - Kawai Hanako, Nitta Chiyo, Ishizaka Chosuke, Hoshi Michiru
  4. Ore Koso Star (俺こそスター; I Am a Star) - Ome Naofumi, Sayama Sotaro, Saotome Kunihiko, Hashiba Kenichiro, Hoshi Michiru
  5. Michishirube (道しるべ; Guide) - Tsukioka Masumi

Bonus CD TracklistEdit

The DVD includes a bonus CD with previously unreleased tracks.

  1. Yumemiru Television
  2. Color Girl (カラーガール) - Kawai Hanako
  3. Oni no Producer - Ikegami Fumie
  4. Gyoukai Boogie Woogie (業界ブギウギ; Entertainment Industry Boogie Woogie) - Ikegami Fumie, Ome Naofumi, Kawai Hanako
  5. Joryuu Sakka (女流作家; A Female Writer) - Akechi Yoko
  6. Hikaeme ni Itte (控えめに言って; Humbly Spoken)
  7. Yume - Kawai Hanako, Nitta Chiyo, Ishizaka Chosuke, Hoshi Michiru
  8. Three-Minute Show (スリーミニッツショー) - Sayama Sotaro, Kawai Hanako
  9. Yakusoku Shite ne (約束してね; I Promise) - Kutsumi, Atsumi
  10. Onna no Teki wa... (女の敵は…; A Woman's Enemy Is...) - Kawai Hanako, Kutsumi, Atsumi
  11. Ore Koso Star - Ome Naofumi, Sayama Kotaro, Saotome Kunihiko, Hashiba Kenichiro, Hoshi Michiru
  12. Michishirube - Tsukioka Masumi
  13. Atarashii Jidai (新しい時代; A New Era) - Tsukioka Masumi, Hashiba Kenichiro, Kawai Hanako, Nitta Chiyo, Ishizaka Chosuke, Hoshi Michiru, Kutsumi, Atsumi

InformationEdit

Original Soundtrack
Bonus CD Soundtrack
  • Lyrics: Ota Yoshinari
  • Compositions: Wada Shunsuke
  • Arrangements: Wada Shunsuke (#1, #7, #9-10); Inagaki Daisuke (#1, #4, #10, #12-13); Hara Yoshihiro (#2-3, #5-8)

DVD TracklistEdit

  1. Chapter 1
  2. Chapter 2
  3. Chapter 3
  4. Chapter 4
  5. Three-Minute Talk Show (スリーミニッツ・トークショー)
Bonus Footage
  1. Making (メイキング)

TriviaEdit

  • This was the first Engeki Joshibu musical to feature Nakajima Saki and her first theatrical production since 2013.
  • This is the second appearance in an Engeki Joshibu musical made by a fictional singing duo named The Cashew Nuts, who are a homage to the real life duo The Peanuts. The Cashew Nuts first appeared in Kizetsu Suru Hodo Aishiteru! as sisters named Natsumi and Mutsumi (respectively played by Yanagawa Nanami and Funaki Musubu).
    • The Cashew Nuts appropriately sing "Yakusoku Shite ne" in both musicals.

GalleryEdit

  • Wada Ayaka
  • Nakanishi Kana
  • Takeuchi Akari
  • Katsuta Rina
  • Murota Mizuki
  • Sasaki Rikako
  • Kamikokuryo Moe
  • Kasahara Momona
  • Funaki Musubu
  • Kawamura Ayano
  • Sudo Maasa
  • Ishii Anna
  • Takase Kurumi
  • Nakajima Saki

External LinksEdit

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