Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #8: Flower 2014

Elisabeth 2014 @takawiki
e-meersie‘s Musical Analysis of Elisabeth (leitmotifs) (part 1) (part 2) (part 3) (part 4) (part 5) (part 6) (part 7) (part 8)
H.P. Lovecraft @wikipedia

Takarasiennes: (listed in the order of first mention)
Asumi Rio ‘Mirio’ @takawiki
Ranno Hana @takawiki
Hokushou Kairi ‘Micchan’ @takawiki
Nana Kurara @takawiki
Nozomi Fuuto ‘Daimon’ @takawiki
Serika Toa ‘Kiki’ @takawiki
Yabuki Sena @takawiki
Haryuu Mitsuki @takawiki
Shihou Nanami @takawiki
Sakura Ichika @takawiki
Yuuma Rin @takawiki
Taiga Rin @takawiki
Minami Maito @takawiki
Yuzuka Rei @takawiki
Kano Maria ‘Kanochan’ @takawiki
Saezuki Runa @takawiki

Siennes mentioned who are not in this play:
Mizu Natsuki @takawiki
Sena Jun @takawiki
Ema Naoki ‘Junko’ @takawiki

Kyakka: reject/dismiss
Kyuu ni: suddenly/abruptly
Oogesa: grandiose/exaggerated
Medetashi medetashi: and so they lived happily ever after
Kappa: mythical Japanese water creature (wikipedia)
‘Ijou desu’: that is all/I’m done/it’s finished.
Hachimitsu pakku: honey facial pack
Kiguu desu: it’s a coincidence/unexpected meeting
Otsukaresama (deshita): thank you for your hard work
Kimazui: unpleasant/awkward

Correction: Schwarzenberg is played by Haryuu Mitsuki – Lella apologises for not remembering her name during the recording.

Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #7: Moon 2009

Elisabeth 2009 @takawiki

Takarasiennes: (listed in the order of first mention)
Sena Jun ‘Asako’ @takawiki
Nagina Ruumi ‘Kacha’ @takawiki
Ryuu Masaki ‘Masao/Masaki’ @takawiki
Kiriya Hiromu ‘Kiriyan’ @takawiki
Ryouga Haruhi @takawiki
Aoki Izumi @takawiki
Asumi Rio ‘Mirio’ @takawiki
Hazakura Shizuku @takawiki
Shirosaki Ai @takawiki
Seijou Kaito ‘Magee’ @takawiki
Koshino Ryuu @takawiki
Ranno Hana @takawiki
Shimon Yuria @takawiki
Uzuki Hayate @takawiki

Siennes mentioned who are not in this play:
Mizu Natsuki @takawiki

Heika: (Your) Majesty
Omiai: Arranged marriage (often the meeting/date)
‘Koutei rashii’: Emperor-like (looks, behaviour)
Chicchai: Small
Tomodachi: Friend
Keigo: Polite language
Hane: feathers (in this particular conversation it is the feathers worn by the top star/top musume/nibante at the end of the parade)

Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #6: Snow 2007


Elisabeth 2007 @ TakaWiki
The Brothers Karamazov @ TakaWiki


Mizu Natsuki @ TakaWiki
Shirahane Yuri ‘Tonami’ @ TakaWiki
Ayabuki Mao ‘Yumiko’ @ TakaWiki
Otozuki Kei ‘Kimu’ @ TakaWiki
Ouki Kaname @ TakaWiki
Mirai Yuuki ‘Hamako’ @ TakaWiki
Miho Keiko @ TakaWiki
Saou Kurama ‘Koma’ @ TakaWiki
Ootsuki Sayu ‘Nacchan’ @ TakaWiki
Aihara Mika ‘Minako’ @ TakaWiki
Oonagi Mao @ TakaWiki
Daigo Seshiru ‘Cecil’ @ TakaWiki
Renjou Makoto ‘Kingu’ @ TakaWiki
Haruka Midori @ TakaWiki
Junya Chitose @ TakaWiki


Senka @ TakaWiki
shinjin kouen @ TakaWiki

Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #5: Moon 2005


Elisabeth (2005) @ TakaWiki
Elisabeth song titles in English and German @ Wikipedia


Ayaki Nao ‘Saeko’ @ TakaWiki
Sena Jun ‘Asako’ @ TakaWiki
Hatsukaze Midori ‘Gaichi’ @ TakaWiki
Kiriya Hiromu ‘Kiriyan’ @ TakaWiki
Ozora Yuhi ‘Yuhi’ @ TakaWiki
Ayana Oto @ TakaWiki
Mimi Anri @ TakaWiki
Yumesaki Nene ‘Nene’ @ TakaWiki
Ryuu Masaki ‘Masaki/Masao’ @ TakaWiki
Shirosaki Ai ‘Ai-chan’ @ TakaWiki


etoile @ TakaWiki
parade @ TakaWiki
shinjin kouen (shinko) @ TakaWiki


Revue Corner #4: Sengoku Basara

Sengoku Basara @ takawiki
Sengoku Period @ wikipedia
Oda Nobunaga @ wikipedia
Sanada Yukimura @ wikipedia
Takeda Shingen ‘Kai no Tora’ @ wikipedia
Date Masamune @ wikipedia
Uesugi Kenshin @ wikipedia

Ranju Tomu @ takawiki
Ranno Hana @ takawiki
Nozomi Fuuto ‘Daimon’ @ takawiki
Harukaze Misato @ takawiki
Asumi Rio ‘Mirio’ @ takawiki
Ootori Mayu @ takawiki
Ousaki Ayaka @ takawiki
Ayashiro Rea @ takawiki

Katana: Japanese sword
Ranran: namesquish of ‘Ranju Tomu’ and ‘Ranno Hana’
Sasuga: ‘as one would expect’

Corrections: Lella persists in calling the finale ‘revue’ despite Kitty’s best efforts.
The ‘mops’ are actually ‘ke-yari’ – a traditional piece of ceremonial equipment, as explained here by the lovely Naomi. But Lella likes talking about mops.

Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #4: Flower 2002-03

Elisabeth 2002-03 @ takawiki

Haruno Sumire ‘Osa’ @ takawiki
Otori Rei ‘Midori’ @ takawiki
Juri Sakiho ‘Juri’ @ takawiki
Sena Jun ‘Asako’ @ takawiki
Ayabuki Mao ‘Yumiko’ @ takawiki
Natsumi You ‘Hacchi’ @ takawiki
Ranju Tomu ‘Tomu’ @ takawiki
Tono Asuka ‘Asuka’ @ takawiki
Misuzu Aki ‘Mattsu’ @ takawiki
Kiryu Sonoka ‘Sonoka’ @ takawiki
Aine Harei ‘Miwacchi’ @ takawiki
Sakura Ichika ‘Ichika’ @ takawiki

Siennes mentioned who are not in this play:
Takumi Hibiki @takawiki
Akira Mire @takawiki
Mizu Natsuki @takawiki
Aran Kei ‘Touko’ @takawiki
Asaka Manato @takawiki
Ayaki Nao @takawiki

Etoile (エトワール)
Hanagumi: Flower Troupe

Revue Corner #3: Excalibur

Excalibur @takawiki
Shizuki Asato @takawiki
Hanafusa Mari @takawiki
Wao Youka @ takawiki
Asami Hikaru @takawiki
Kotobuki Tsukasa @takawiki
Kozuki Wataru @takawiki
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast @ wikipedia
Disney’s Robin Hood @wikipedia
Excalibur translation @tumblr
Elisabeth @takawiki

Zunko: Shizuki Asato’s nickname
Takako: Wao Youka’s nickname
Komu: Asami Hikaru’s nickname

Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #3: Cosmos 1998

Elisabeth 1998 @takawiki

Takarasiennes: (listed in the order of first mention)
Shizuki Asato ‘Zunko’ @takawiki
Hanafusa Mari @takawiki
Wao Youka @takawiki
Kozuki Wataru @takawiki
Ryou Akino ‘Akko’ @takawiki
Asami Hikaru ‘Komu’ @takawiki
Izumo Aya @takawiki

Siennes mentioned who are not in this play:
Ichiro Maki @takawiki
Shiraki Ayaka @takawiki
Kouju Tatsuki @takawiki

‘Koutei rashii’: Emperor-like (looks, behaviour)

Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #2: Star 1996-97

Elisabeth 1996-97 @takawiki
Koike-sensei @takawiki
SNL cowbell skit @vimeo

Takarasiennes: (listed in order of first mention)
Asaji Saki ‘Mariko’ @takawiki
Shiraki Ayaka @takawiki
Tsukikage Hitomi ‘Gun-chan’ @takawiki
Minoru Kou ‘Noru’ @takawiki
Shibuki Jun ‘Rika’ @takawiki
Emao Yuu ‘Bun-chan’ @takawiki
Izumo Aya @takawiki
Ema Naoki ‘Junko’ @takawiki
Suzuna Saya @takawiki
Chiaki Shin @takawiki
Mayuzuki Kou @takawiki
Ryou Akino ‘Akko’ @takawiki
Kozuki Wataru @takawiki
Ayaki Nao @takawiki
Akisono Mio @takawiki
Manaka Hikaru @takawiki

Siennes mentioned who are not in this play:
Todoroki Yuu @takawiki
Hanafusa Mari @takawiki
Shizuki Asato ‘Zunko’ @takawiki
Sakura Ichika @takawiki
Suzuna Mio @takawiki

Onnayaku (女役): mature female roles
Komakai (細かい): fine detail

Elisabeth Revue Corner Special #1: Snow 1996

Elisabeth 1996 @takawiki
Elisabeth the musical @wikipedia
Cinderella’s Stepmother (Lady Tremaine)
Poirot @wikipedia (David Suchet)
Embraced by the Seas of Calista @takawiki

Takarasiennes: (listed in order of first mention)
Ichiro Maki @takawiki
Hanafusa Mari @takawiki
Takane Fubuki @takawiki
Wao Youka @takawiki
Todoroki Yuu @takawiki
Kouju Tatsuki @takawiki
Aran Kei @takawiki
Shu Michiru @takawiki
Miho Keiko @takawiki

Siennes mentioned who are not in this play:
Asumi Rio ‘Mirio’ @takawiki
Shizuki Asato ‘Zunko’ @takawiki
Hokushou Kairi ‘Micchan’ @takawiki

Shan-shan: used at the end of the finale when they walk down the staircase – an adorned piece of prop with a ribbon attached at the bottom. They are normally held in both hands to stretch out the ribbon.
Hyaku-en Store ‘Hundred Yen Store’: Japanese Dollar Store