Chou Bakuretsu Ranman Musume 2002
- Chou Bakuretsu Ranman Musume
- Sugamo Kayou Gekijou
- 2002.03.30 - 2002.03.31
- 14:00 - 16:00 (3/30)
18:30 - 20:30 (3/31)
- Miyanishi Noa
- 2000 yen
- Event report version 0.7 by Hitoshi Doi, 2002.04.09
The second stage performance by the group Chou Bakuretsu Ranman Musume
took place on March 30 and 31, 2002.
(The first one took place in early 2001.)
Chou Bakuretsu Ranman Musume (Bakuman for short) is a group made up of
several of the female members of the production Orions Belt.
Agarita Aki is the leader, and Akimoto Noe is the sub-leader.
This stage show was made up of songs and comedy skits,
and flowed as follows.
They didn't allow pictures during the show, but at the ending song
of the very last skit, they allowed pictures (around 5 minutes).
- Dan Dan Musume (everyone)
- Poem "Lum no Love Song" (Miyanishi Noa)
- Lum no Love Song (everyone)
- [song] (Sonoda Mayu, others)
- skit (everyone)
- song/talk (Kanayama Yuu)
- skit (many)
- skit (Sonoda Mayu)
- Hitomi ni Yakusoku (Miyanishi Noa)
- Arigataya (Agarita Aki, others)
- Say Yes (Miyanishi Noa)
- skit (everyone)
Noa's "poem" consisted of Noa speaking the opening lines to the
song "Lum no Love Song". VERY cute.
Then everyone came out wearing black outfits and sang the song.
Noa left the stage at that point, but returned wearing a very cute
(and a little bit sexy) black outfit.
The other solo songs by Noa were "Hitomi ni Yakusoku" (wearing a very
cute, frilly pink outfit) and "Say Yes" (wearing a white frilly outfit).
For the ending of the very last skit, they did a part of Rose of Versaille,
so everyone was wearing 18th century French fashions.
Since I was expecting a lot of skits, I was pleasantly surprised
by the number of songs, especially Noa's solo songs.
But I wish they allowed pictures and video during the entire event.
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