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Musical Autumn 2017: Sailor Moon: Le Mouvement Final
Sailor Moon: Le Mouvement Final is based on the Stars Arc of the Sailor Moon series.
The title of the latest in the series of Sailor Moon musicals was announced on the Official Sailor Moon 25th Anniversary page, on April 8, 2017. Its dates of the musical are as follows:
Tokyo: September 9 ~ 18 (Day off on Sept 11)
Aichi: September 23 ~ 24
Osaka: September 29 ~ October 1
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Usagi has come to the airport to see Mamoru off as he heads to the US to study abroad, but someone shatters Mamoru's body to pieces. In shock, Usagi loses her memory and collapses, but a member of the super idol group the Three Lights is there to catch her. That day, the Three Lights were to star in a music festival. Usagi and friends were planning to perform as well, but a new enemy arrives. Calling themselves "Shadow Galactica," these enemies are Sailor Guardians aiming to steal Sailor Crystals!
At the same time, a mysterious young girl named Chibi Chibi and new Sailor Guardians, the Sailor Starlights, also appear, and a battle on an unprecedented scale begins.
Sailor Guardians vs. Sailor Guardians! Fittingly the Sailor Moon "final battle" has the future of the galaxy at stake and it starts now!!
- "Le Mouvement Final" is French for "The Final Movement."
- Unlike previous years, the title for this year's Sera Myu was announced in the USA first, on April 7th, 2017, before the official site posted the news. The main 10 senshi cast, plus a few extras, were at Anime Matsuri 2017 in Houston, Texas, to announce it, after their 40+ minute original performance of the senshi saving Houston.
- Sera Myu in Houston also marks the last performance with Karin Takahashi as Sailor Saturn, due to scheduling conflicts with another musical that she's playing in, Death Note, which runs within the same time frame as Le Mouvement Final's runs. It was after Houston's time, that Mirai was casted to replace Karin as Saturn.
- During Osabu's Sailor Moon panel, at Anime Matsuri 2017, he answered a fan's question about a possible USA run of this Sera Myu. His response was that there's no further details, but urges the fans to "give full support," to make it happen.
- As the name implies, this is the final Sailor Moon musical with this cast.
Sailor Moon: Le Mouvement Final - Live Performance Songs
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Thanks to Sailor Busters for the rips, and Katie form ainomessage.tumblr.com for the translated song titles.
- Maiden's Road
- Wandering Stars
- Sky of Jewels
- Legend of the Dictator
- CHIBI CHIBI
- Wandering Stars (Ballad Ver)
- Sailor Make Up!
- Crow and Siren
- Scent of War
- My Only Love
- Celestial Born
- Last Hope
- Galaxia's Ambition
- We Know
- My Guiding Light
- Feelings of Kakyuu
- The Guardian Who Lost Hope
- Time of Confrontation
- Chaos' Theme
- Music of the Spheres
- We've Become One Again
- On the Scene!! Tuxedo Mask
- Loving Satellite
- Speed of Light
- When Destiny Calls
- Love's Starshine
- Moonlight Legend
Sailor Moon: Le Mouvement Final - Pamphlet Translation
Sailor Moon: Le Mouvement Final Promotional MaterialsClick on the link or images to see the full-size poster of choice.
Hotaru Nomoto as Sailor Moon
Yume Takeuchi as Sailor Mercury
Karen Kobayashi as Sailor Mars
Kaede as Sailor Jupiter
Rimo Hasegawa as Sailor Venus
Mikako Ishii as Sailor Pluto
Mirai as Sailor Saturn
Hinari Yamaguchi as Chibi Chibi #1
Chise Niitsu as Chibi Chibi #2
Asami Okamura as Princess Kakyuu
- Yukari Shiihara
- Yochimi Hidano
- Ayumi Sagisaka
- Ayano Nagasawa
- (PE, AE) - Returning from Petite Étrangère and Amour Eternal
- (Moon: LR, PE, UNV) - Played as Sailor Moon in La Reconquista, Petite Étrangère, and Un Nouveau Voyage
Shion Aoki as Sailor Iron Mouse
Miyu Hashigaki as Sailor Tin Nyanko
Yuka Kobayashi as Sailor Aluminum Siren
Iriya Yuto as Sailor Lead Crow
- Creator – Naoko Takeuchi (Kodansha Press)
- Screen play and Production – Takuya Hiramitsu
- Music – Toshihiko Sahashi
- Lyrics – Lynne Hobday, Takuya Hiramitsu
- Choreography – Satomi Toma
- Artwork – Chiho Tsunoda
- Acoustics – Kouichi Moritani, Satoshi Nakajima
- Lighting – Hidenori Kobayashi
- Filming – Hiroki Arakawa
- Costumes – Hiroki Okushima
- Hair and Makeup – Keikou Hyou, Akiko Imura
- Vocal Coach – Tadamichi Izumi
- Fight Scene Choreographer - Masanori Tomita
- Music Assistant – Yuria Tobe
- Assistant Director – Satomi Sugizaki
- Rehearsal Piano - Shiori Yasumoto
- Stage Director: Kenichi Konno
- Promotional Artwork – Shinjirou Eguchi
- Promotional Photography – Yuusuke Miyake