- The cast list (as in who will be in the show) for tsukigumi came out on July 5th. This means that we're overdue for soragumi :P I doubt anything drastic would happen at this point (*knocks on wood*), but I would feel better if I knew that transfers weren't going to mess with my travel plans. Plus I would imagine that the sooner a cast list is announced, the sooner I'll get ticket and ochakai forms. (The problem is that right now plane fares are pretty reasonable. Please pray with me that this doesn't change? T_____T)
- I'm having trouble getting worked up about the new schedule. I think it's because poor yukigumi is stuck with an Ueda Shinji show and soragumi has no announcements, which leaves only tsukigumi. I'm not much of a nihonmono fan, but the plot of Yukariko (if I ever manage to understand it) sounds interesting. That being said, I wish Kiriyan would get a show composed specifically for her, especially if her Daigekijou ohirome kouen ends up being Pimpernel.
Before the show I was talking to a tsukigumi fan friend of mine. She said that there are some shows that she dreads having to see multiple times, but this isn’t one of them and that she was smiling the entire way through. I agree completely. If you have the opportunity, I really recommend seeing this one, regardless of whether or not you’re a fan of tsukigumi or any of the Takarasiennes involved.
I decided to give the show another chance. Well, not like I couldn't since I already had bought tickets, but you get the idea. I'm happy to say that while Mahoroba/Magician no Yuutsu is not my Favorite Show Ever, I had a much more positive experience.
There are it seems still a few tickets left for the final performance on Friday. The temptation to call in sick to work is...highly, highly, tempting, but unfortunately it would make me feel like an ass and I'd rather be on my school's good side. Luckily for me I'm going back Thursday ^_^
Demachi details to follow sometime later today.<input ... ></input><input ... >