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Cool Sites : Takarazuka Review

Tuesday, August 31, 2004 Posted: 01:49 PM JST [SLIDE SHOW] [PHOTOS]

&urlThe Takarazuka Review is spectacular theater at its best. We have found some interesting sites that introduce this amazing form of performing art:

Takarazuka Revue Spectacular
Fan site with images of printed material of the Takarazuka Revue: books, magazines, programs, etc. Especially recommended if you have never seen visuals of the Review. (ENG)

The Rose of Versailles
Reviews the various forms of the series: manga, anime, theater, live-action film, etc. Features information and images of performances by the Takarazuka Revue. (ENG)

Takarazuka Revue
Takarazuka Revue fan site. Features history, show list, attendance etiquette and more. (ENG JPN)

Takarazuka Revue
Stephanie M. Taylor's site is packed with Takarazuka Revue information. Includes theater directions, show synopses and translations in English. (ENG)

Takarazuka: Sexual Politics and Popular Culture in Modern Japan
Critical review by Leonie Rae Stickland about the book Takarazuka: Sexual Politics and Popular Culture in Modern Japan written by Jennifer Robertson. (ENG)

Takarazuka Kageki
The official site of the Takarazuka Review in Takarazuka, Hyogo, nearby Osaka. (ENG JPN)

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