Mugen Gakuen - Mistress Labyrinth

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Name (kanji/kana): 美少女戦士セーラームーン 無限学園~ミストレス・ラビリンス~
Name (romaji): Bishoujo Senshi Seeraa Muun Mugen Gakuen - Mistress Labyrinth ~
Name (translated): Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Infinity Academy - Mistress Labyrinth ~
First Performance: July 21, 2002
Last Performance: September 1, 2002
Number of Performances: 41 (663-703)
Stage: Second (official) / Fourth (western)
Previous Musical: 10th Anniversary Festival - Ai no Sanctuary
Next Musical: Mugen Gakuen - Mistress Labyrinth (Kaiteiban)

Mugen Gakuen - Mistress Labyrinth was the fourth Sera Myu to star Marina Kuroki as Sailor Moon. It was the Summer 2002 musical, and also part of the Sailor Moon 10th Anniversary celebration. The musical was based on the Infinity arc of the manga and the second half of the Sailor Moon S season of the anime, with slight differences, such as the addition of the Hoshino family.

It was the first musical of Mai Watanabe, Mizuki Watanabe, Ruria Nakamura and Tomoko Inami, the final musical for Megumi Yoshida, Nao Takagi, and Kenji Urai, and was also the only musical in which Nanami Ohta appeared. This was also the last musical in which Yuuka Asami played Sailor Neptune, though she returned in Starlights - Ryuusei Densetsu to play Jadeite. This musical marked the return of Manami Wakayama, now as Sailor Mercury.

This musical was released on VHS (both regular and special preorder versions), and DVD.

Musical Numbers[edit]

  1. Usagi Love Magic
  2. Unubore Shoujo ga Yatte Kita!!
  3. Isei Nottori Keikaku
  4. Triangle Secret!
  5. Tuxedo Mission
  6. Harsh! Saint Cry!! (Re-Arrange)
  7. Chinmoku no Hameln
  8. Usagi to Yonin no Zureru Omoi
  9. Honoo no Messenger
  10. DESTINED COUPLE
  11. Magus Collection
  12. Muma no Odori
  13. Sailor War '94
  14. Seijaku no Hostie (Seitai)
  15. Broken MÖBIUS (Talisman Version)
  16. The World Died Out
  17. 21st Now Millennium - Koi no Senshi ja Irarenai
  18. HEREAFTER...

Service Numbers[edit]

  1. Mystery Sagashi
  2. La Soldier

Cast[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • As seen on the Omake video of the musical, on July 20, 2002, there was a preview performance for Bandai Musical Office (BMO) members in celebration of the 10th Anniversary, with the appearance of former cast members. Miyuki Kanbe sang "FIRE," Fumina Hara sang "LINK," and Anza Ooyama sang "Knockin' Down Hesitation." They were then joined by the Sailor Moon at the time, Marina Kuroki, to talk, and then the other eight main Sailor Senshi came out to sing "La Soldier" with them. This was the only known time all four Sailor Moon actresses from the Bandai musicals appeared together on stage.