Shochiku Revue Troupe
The Shochiku Revue Troupe was an all-female Japanese dancing and revue troupe.
Formally known as the Shochiku Kageki Dan (SKD) when it was founded in 1928, the troupe was resident at, and the main attraction of, the famous Kokusai Theatre Asakusa ("Akasuka International Theater") from Tokyo.
They had become world famous for their appearance in the Marlon Brando film Sayonara (1958).
Performances in South Africa
They visited South Africa in 1973, under the auspices Hymie Udwin and managed by of while on a world tour.