Le Mouvement Final

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Name (kanji/kana): 美少女戦士セーラームーン —Le Mouvement Final—(ル ムヴマン フィナール)
Name (romaji): Bishoujo Senshi Seeraa Muun -Le Mouvement Final- (Ru Muvuman Finaaru)
Name (translated): Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon -The Final Movement-
First Performance: September 8, 2017 (Tokyo)
September 23, 2017 (Aichi)
September 29, 2017 (Osaka)
Last Performance: September 18, 2017 (Tokyo)
September 24, 2017 (Aichi)
October 1, 2017 (Osaka)
Number of Performances: 25 (932-956)
Stage:
Previous Musical: Amour Eternal
Next Musical: Nogizaka46 Version Musical

Le Mouvement Final was the title of the fifth musical in the most recent stage, the second to star Hotaru Nomoto as Sailor Moon, which started to run in the fall of 2017. The musical was based on the Stars arc. This was the first musical for Mirai.

Musical Numbers[edit]

  1. Otome no Michi
  2. Wandering Stars
  3. Sky of Jewels
  4. Dictator no Densetsu
  5. CHIBI CHIBI
  6. Wandering Stars (Ballad Version)
  7. Sailor Make Up!
  8. Crow to Siren
  9. Scent of War
  10. My Only Love
  11. Celestial Born
  12. Saigo no Kibou
  13. Galaxia no Yabou
  14. Watashitachi wa Shitteiru
  15. Ketsui
  16. My Guiding Light
  17. Kakyuu no Omoi
  18. Kibou wo Nakushita Senshi
  19. Taiketsu no Toki
  20. Chaos no Theme
  21. Mata Hitotsu ni Nareta

Service Numbers[edit]

  1. Sanjou!! Tuxedo Kamen
  2. Koisuru Satellite
  3. Speed of Light
  4. When Destiny Calls
  5. Ai no Starshine
  6. Moonlight Densetsu

Cast[edit]

International Theater Release[edit]

In 2018 a limited screening of a subtitled recording of the last Le Mouvement Final performance in Japan took place in various theaters in the United States in March; in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in April; in Mexico in May and August; in Argentina in July; and in Chile and Peru in August.

Trivia[edit]

  • This was the first stage appearance of Sailor Cosmos, and the first time a Sailor Moon actress returned in a musical after graduating from their role.
  • Ryuuji Kasahara's recorded voice appearance made him the first performer from the Bandai musicals (and the first male performer in general) to be featured in a Nelke production.
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