Starlights - Ryuusei Densetsu

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Musical Information
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Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask confront Beryl
Name (kanji/kana): スターライツ・流星伝説
Name (romaji): Starlights - Ryuusei Densetsu
Name (translated): Starlights - Legend of the Shooting Stars
First Performance: July 2, 2003
Last Performance: August 31, 2003
Number of Performances: 40 (727-766)
Stage: Second (Official) / Fourth (Western)
Previous Musical: Mugen Gakuen - Mistress Labyrinth (Kaiteiban)
Next Musical: Kakyuu-Ouhi Kourin - The Second Stage Final

Starlights - Ryuusei Densetsu was based on the Sailor Stars arc of the manga and incorporated some elements of the earlier Sailor Moon Sailor Stars and Eien Densetsu musicals - most noticeably the revival of Queen Beryl and the Shitennou.

This was the first musical of Momoko Shibuya, Yui Iizuka, Mina Horita, Akiko Nakayama, Mikako Tabe, Yumie Sakaguchi, and Keiko Endou; the final musical of Aiko Kawasaki, Mao Ohno, Kaname Aoki, Shuusuke Yoda and the only musical appearance of Yuka Gochou. Former Sailor Neptune actress Yuuka Asami returned to play Jadeite in this musical, and Akiko Miyazawa, former Sailor Venus, returned as Queen Beryl.

Musical Numbers

  1. Tsukiiro no Syndicate
  2. Dancing Mistress
  3. Kaze no Shijin
  4. Chasin' After You
  5. Koi no Dangerous
  6. Galaxia Gorgeous
  7. Dream Koi No Mebae
  8. Prince of the Earth
  9. Sailor War Supreme
  10. Yami koso Utsukushii ~ Galaxia no Sakui ~
  11. Moon Memories
  12. Seishun no Shoumi Kigen
  13. Minna no Ai wo Kaesenai
  14. Kokoro Tabanete Makin' For the Right
  15. By Heaven! Kami Nomi zo Shiru
  16. Get Across The Moon
  17. A Shooting Star Light
  18. Drive Me The Mercury
  19. Pinky Typhoon
  20. What For!? Shinjitsu no Kajitsu
  21. Here Goes! Shining Star

Cast

Trivia

  • The version of this musical released on video captioned "Sailor War Supreme" as "セーラー War Supream."