The sequel to the first Revue Starlight
play, continuing the story and asking what comes after the end of a fulfilled dream. Spoilers: lots of cool songs, silly fights and some jaw-dropping acrobatics.
This play references the anime incarnation of the franchise in multiple small ways throughout and some of its concepts have been tweaked to be consistent with the anime. That said, the musical duology is, obviously, ultimately a standalone story.
Concert part an unspecified amount of time later.
- There's some mystical, infinitely-complicated colour symbolism in the Japanese language, where the colour blue is considered representative of youth and immaturity, much as we might say someone is "green" in English. Also, the kanji for the new school, Seiran General Art Institute, is written with the kanji for "blue" and "storm", hence why their song is called "The Azure Storm".
- The Shakespeare quote is still wrong.
- Souda-sensei is still best girl.
That should be it – we hope you enjoy the show!