The original musical anime Starmyu aired in October 2015. As befitting an anime that is literally a musical, a real-live stage musical version will open this spring in Tokyo and Osaka! We recently revealed the cast members of Team Ohtori along with Hiiragi from the Kao Council.
Not only do we have a brand new key visual of the Ohtori boys, but the cast members of Team Ohtori’s rivals, Team Hiiragi, as well as other members of the Kao Council have been revealed! The musical will open will on April 1, 2017.
Keito Sakurai, who is known for playing Sasuke Uchiha in Live Spectacle ‘NARUTO’ world tour, is taking on the role of Rui Tatsumi from team Hiiragi, the rival team of the team Ootori.
Naoya Kitagawa from Prince of Tennis 3rd Season has been selected as Eigo Sawatari.
Seiji Tanzawa from the stage ‘Curry Life’, who is also a professional saxophone player, will be playing Seishiro Inumine.
Akira Takano who is a former member of Dream 5 and who played Ichigo Kurosaki in ‘ROCK MUSICAL BLEACH’ is playing Izumi Toraishi.
Yuzuki Hoshimoto who played as Tori Himemiya in ‘Ensemble Stars! On Stage’ is taking on the role of Akira Ugawa.
Ryo Takizawa is taking a role of Kyoji Akatsuki, who is a member of the Kao Council that leads Ayanagi Academy.
Tsurimoto Minami will play Lion Christian Yuzuriha and TAKA will play Sakuya Sazanami.
We are really looking forward to seeing what these young actors can do!
Tokyo Performance (10 performances)
Venue: Zepp Blue Theatre Roppongi
Date: April 1 – 9, 2017
Osaka Performance (3 Performances)
Venue: Morinomiya Piloti Hall
Date: April 15 – 16, 2017
Price: 7,800 yen
Ticket sales for paying fanclub members: 18:00 February 1 – 23:59 February 5, 2017
Ticket sales for regular fanclub members: 18:00 February 7 – 23:59 February 12, 2017
Ticket sales for the general public: from Sunday March 5, 2017
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