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| style="background:#ffcccc" | The [[Inner Senshi]] cast of<br>the [[Tanjou! Ankoku no Princess Black Lady|''Black Lady'' musical]]
 
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'''''Sera Myu''''' (セラミュ; abbreviated from the words "''[[Sailor Moon (series)|Sailor Moon]]'' musical" (セーラームーン・ミュージカル) in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katakana katakana]) refers to a series of ''Sailor Moon'' musicals staged in [[Japan]] between 1993 and 2005, and then from 2013 onward. Many of the productions were based on plotlines taken from the [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]] and [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], while others were based on original stories. The Myu has had more than 30 separate productions with over 800 total performances.
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'''''Sera Myu''''' (セラミュ; abbreviated from the words "''[[Sailor Moon (series)|Sailor Moon]]'' musical" (セーラームーン・ミュージカル) in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katakana katakana]) refers to a series of ''Sailor Moon'' musicals staged in [[Japan]] between 1993 and 2005, and then from 2013 onward. Many of the productions were based on plotlines taken from the [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]] and [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], while others were based on original stories. The Myu has had 31 separate productions with over 800 total performances.
  
 
In the original run of the ''Sailor Moon'' musicals, the stories were based upon the original anime and manga versions, but sometimes drew upon totally original ideas, such as the ''Kaguya Shima Densetsu'' (Legend of Kaguya Island) musicals and the ''Dracul'' series. Frequently the producers fleshed out concepts from the anime or manga that were never developed, such as a relationship between the four [[Inner Senshi]] and the [[Shitennou]], as well as the unrequited love of [[Sailor Pluto]] for [[King Endymion]]. The storylines of the various musicals would often use a continuity that did not entirely mesh with those of the other versions of [[WikiMoon:Canon policy|canon]], and would have different combinations of [[Sailor Moon]]'s transformation and attack items; she often appeared in multiple versions of her [[sailor fuku]] (starting out as Sailor Moon and later powering up to [[Super Sailor Moon]] and then [[Eternal Sailor Moon]]), and  she might perform [[Moon Healing Escalation]] using the [[Spiral Heart Moon Rod]] or [[Usagi Tsukino|Usagi]] might be wearing the [[Cosmic Heart Compact]] even when she transformed into Eternal Sailor Moon.  
 
In the original run of the ''Sailor Moon'' musicals, the stories were based upon the original anime and manga versions, but sometimes drew upon totally original ideas, such as the ''Kaguya Shima Densetsu'' (Legend of Kaguya Island) musicals and the ''Dracul'' series. Frequently the producers fleshed out concepts from the anime or manga that were never developed, such as a relationship between the four [[Inner Senshi]] and the [[Shitennou]], as well as the unrequited love of [[Sailor Pluto]] for [[King Endymion]]. The storylines of the various musicals would often use a continuity that did not entirely mesh with those of the other versions of [[WikiMoon:Canon policy|canon]], and would have different combinations of [[Sailor Moon]]'s transformation and attack items; she often appeared in multiple versions of her [[sailor fuku]] (starting out as Sailor Moon and later powering up to [[Super Sailor Moon]] and then [[Eternal Sailor Moon]]), and  she might perform [[Moon Healing Escalation]] using the [[Spiral Heart Moon Rod]] or [[Usagi Tsukino|Usagi]] might be wearing the [[Cosmic Heart Compact]] even when she transformed into Eternal Sailor Moon.  

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