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Shōjo☆Kageki Revue Starlight -The LIVE Seiran- BLUE GLITTER (少女☆歌劇 レヴュースタァライト -The LIVE 青嵐- BLUE GLITTER) was a stage play held at the Galaxy Theater in Tokyo from December 21-27, 2020, directed by Akiko Kodama and written by Kaori Miura.

The play serves as a spin-off of Shōjo☆Kageki Revue Starlight -The LIVE- #2 Transition and features the students and staff of Seiran General Art Institute. It was also streamed internationally via eplus Streaming Service[1].

Cast[]

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Seiran General Art Institute
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Kanon Nanaki
Koharu Yanagi
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Minami Tsukui
Suzu Minase
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Yoko Kadoyama
Hisame Honami
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Yuka Kobayashi
Kyoko Yakumo
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Siegfeld Institute of Music
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Hotaru Nomoto
Akira Yukishiro
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Seisho Music Academy
Main
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Karin Takahashi
Sakura Yanagi
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Hekiru Shiina
Sawa Souda
Guests
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Momoyo Koyama
Karen Aijo
December 23
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Maho Tomita
Maya Tendo
December 24, 26
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Haruki Iwata
Mahiru Tsuyuzaki
December 25, 26
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Hinata Satō
Junna Hoshimi
December 21
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Moeka Koizumi
Nana Daiba
December 22
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Teru Ikuta
Futaba Isurugi
December 22, 24
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Ayasa Itō
Kaoruko Hanayagi
December 27
Maidori Girls' School
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Yume Nagatoshi
Yatsuki Hanare
Utashima Agricultural High School
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Shina Tanaka
Miko Matsue

Ensemble[]

  • Momoko Akebe
  • Seika Arai
  • Mio Ikeda
  • Kurumi Ōkubo
  • Mika Taguchi
  • Ayaka Nakanishi
  • Ayano Watanabe

Synopsis[]

WARNING: This section contains spoilers for the stage play.

At Seiran General Art Institute, Koharu Yanagi informs her fellow classmates that they are to prepare for the upcoming National High School Drama Championships. The school only won the screenplay and staff work awards, and this year they plan to win the first place award. Kyoko Yakumo enters the classroom, and Koharu asks her what they would be performing for this year, but Yakumo-sensei feels that they are still not ready to put on a performance of their own, instead assigning them to prop cleanup. Though she will not say so outright, Koharu is deeply frustrated by this line of work, feeling that she is not at her full potential doing anything other than acting.

Later, at the Yanagi residence, Koharu is in the middle of training when Sakura Yanagi arrives, excitedly telling her all about school life at Seisho Music Academy. Embittered, Koharu tells Sakura that because they attend different schools, they are rivals, and Sakura leaves without any questions. The next day, Koharu's resolve to win the competition has strengthened, but so have her frustrations, which she begins taking out on her classmates. This causes Koharu and Hisame Honami to get into an argument. Sawa Souda then arrives to the school at Yakumo-sensei's request, and who expresses her fears that her students have lost sight of their goals, reminding her of their days at Seisho Music Academy and performing Starlight together as the leads. Souda-sensei wonders if it may not just be Seisho Music Academy that the school needs, but other schools as well. Koharu and Hisame are brought to Siegfeld Institute of Music and introduced to Akira Yukishiro. Yatsuki Hanare and her theater club from Maidori Girls' School appear suddenly and perform a dance, which Akira and Hisame join in an ad-lib session, but Koharu refuses to. Yakumo-sensei promises to take the Maidori students to Seisho one day, but for now they have to go home. After Akira leaves, Hisame gets upset at Koharu for refusing to join and says to people who don't know them, it just makes Seiran look weak. Koharu storms off, and Akira returns to with a souvenir from Siegfeld. Seeing Hisame so upset, she comforts her by saying, "Koharu Yanagi... To you, she's an important friend that you can't leave alone, isn't she?" and Hisame bursts into tears.

Meanwhile, Suzu Minase has gone to Seisho Music Academy to ask about Koharu and bumps into Sakura. Voicing her concerns about Koharu, Sakura tells her that she is preparing for a trip to Utajima Agricultural School, inspiring Suzu to concoct a plan. There, Sakura, Suzu, and the Seisho Music Academy guest star meet Miko Matsue. Suzu introduces herself as Maya Tendo, doing an impression of her. However, Suzu's cover is blown rather quickly, and Souda-sensei discovers the stowaway from Seiran.

Yakumo-sensei delegates Hisame to the role of leader, creating more tension between Hisame and Koharu. Meanwhile, back at Utajima Agricultural School, Suzu expresses her concerns about her friends to Miko, who reassures her. Suddenly, Koharu, Hisame, Suzu, Akira, Yatsuki, Sakura, Miko, and the Seisho Music Academy guest star are called to the underground theater back at Seiran General Art Institute, where Yakumo-sensei tells Koharu, Hisame and Suzu that if they do not pass the audition, then she will withdraw the three of them from the annual competition. She explains that the work they will be performing is "The Three Musketeers". The Revue of Alliance begins, and it begins in complete disaster; however, with encouragement from Sakura, Koharu, Hisame and Suzu find harmony within each other once more. The audition battles continue, with Sakura awakening as a Stage Girl and joining forces with Koharu, Hisame and Suzu, helping the four of them win the final Revue. Koharu apologizes to Sakura and thanks her for helping her realize what had been missing the whole time.

Souda-sensei remarks how 'nostalgic' the audition battles were, telling of when Yakumo-sensei cracked under the pressure of Seisho Music Academy's expectations and escaped to be part of Seiran General Art Institute. The students from the other schools depart and Koharu, Hisame, Suzu and Sakura stand alone, basking in their victory.[2]


Revues[]

Note: Bolded name(s) indicate the winner(s) of the Revue.

Setlist[]

Main Part[]

  1. Limitless (Koharu Yanagi, Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami)
  2. Aoi Arashi (Koharu Yanagi, Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami, Kyoko Yakumo)
  3. Aoi Arashi (reprise) (Kyoko Yakumo)
  4. Nemureru Dōgutachi (Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami, ensemble)
  5. Nemureru Dōgutachi (reprise) (Koharu Yanagi, Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami, ensemble)
  6. Makezu Girai (Koharu Yanagi)
  7. Tear (Sawa Souda, Kyoko Yakumo)
  8. Well done! (Akira Yukishiro)
  9. FOLLOW A RHYTHM (Hisame Honami, Akira Yukishiro)
  10. Hey! Sister! (Suzu Minase, Sakura Yanagi)
  11. Daichi (Miko Matsue)
  12. Chiisana Kakera (Koharu Yanagi, Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami)
  13. Playlist (Koharu Yanagi, Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami, Akira Yukishiro, Yatsuki Hanare)
  14. Kunrin/Mukyō/Tenshin no Revue (Koharu Yanagi, Hisame Honami, Akira Yukishiro, Miko Matsue, Sakura Yanagi)
  15. BLUE ANTHEM (Koharu Yanagi, Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami, Akira Yukishiro, Yatsuki Hanare, Miko Matsue, Sakura Yanagi)
  16. Stay as you are (Koharu Yanagi, Suzu Minase, Hisame Honami, Akira Yukishiro, Yatsuki Hanare, Miko Matsue, Sakura Yanagi, Seisho Music Academy guest star)

Live Part[]

Note: All songs performed by Seiran General Art Institute unless where noted.

  1. Limitless
  2. The Show Must Go On!
  3. BLUE ANTHEM
  4. Glittering Stars (performed by Seiran General Art Institute, Hotaru Nomoto, Yume Nagatoshi, Shina Tanaka, Karin Takahashi and ensemble)

Video[]

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Revue Starlight -The LIVE SEIRAN- BLUE GLITTER Highlight Video

BLUE GLITTER Highlight Video

Trivia[]

  • This play was originally scheduled to premiere on December 18th; however, due to someone on the staff testing positive for COVID-19, showings from December 18th-20th were cancelled. This affected Momoyo Koyama's guest appearance on December 18, Aina Aiba's guest appearance on December 19, and Haruki Iwata and Maho Tomita's guest appearances on December 20.[3] As Aiba's only guest appearance as Claudine Saijo was cancelled, the script for her character's guest appearance lines was included as a benefit along with the Blu-ray release of the play.[4]
  • In the play, the island that Miko Matsue lives on is referred to as "Utashima", but it is rendered in furigana as "Utajima" in the manga adaptation.
  • For the scene where Akira Yukishiro comforts Hisame Honami, in the original screenplay (and the manga adaptation), Akira is supposed to pat Hisame's head when she cries. This was changed in the play after Hotaru Nomoto suggested to leave it out, since she felt Akira and Hisame weren't close enough for that, as it was their first time meeting. In Shōjo☆Kageki Revue Starlight -The LIVE Edel- Delight, which follows the events of BLUE GLITTER, Hisame says the same line back to Akira about Fumi Yumeoji, and Akira pats her head, saying she won't cry. This part wasn't written in the original screenplay, but Nomoto suggested to add it in because she felt like she "could pat Hisame's head now".[5]

References[]

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