Broadway musical "West Side Story" Season 2

<日本キャスト版>ブロードウェイ・ミュージカル『ウエスト・サイド・ストーリー』 Season2
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The West Side Story, premiered in 1957, is a musical written by Arthur Lorentz, written by Leonard Bernstein, written by Steven Sondheim, and designed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. The Japanese version is translated and translated by Machiko Ryu, and the assistant directors are Michael Mastro and Xue Shuli.

In this performance, which will be held for about seven months, the performance will be divided into three seasons, each with a different cast. In Season 2, which will be staged from February 1 to March 10, 2020, Toro will be cast by Toshiro Murakami and Win Morisaki , Maria will be cast by Emma Miyazawa and Memi Tamura , and May J will be playing Anita . And Sae Miyazawa , Kohei Ueguchi and Kensho Ono as riffs, and Daisuke Watanabe and Yusuke Hirose as Bernardo . This is in addition to the cast Ryôsei Tayama , Makiya Yamaguchi , Tatsumi Tomoaki , Iwasaki Udaipur ( duck mental ) also had been chosen name.

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Mei Tamura (Meimi Tamura, October 30, 1998) is a Japanese singer and actress. Former member of Hello! Project's female idol group "Angjurum".

In October 2011, debuted as Hello! Project Smileage. With unparalleled singing and expression skills, she has been active as a core member of the group. (Renamed to Anjurum in 2014)

On May 30, 2016, she graduated from the group on May 30, 2016, entitled Angulum Concert Tour 2016 Spring Kuinichi -Mei Tamura Graduation Special.

After a preparation period, she took the first step to becoming an actress with the stage starring in May 2017.

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