News Fate/Grand Order Stage Play Reveals Videos, Visuals, Cast, Staff
posted on 2017-05-19 12:00 EDT
The official website for Fate/Grand Order The Stage: Shinsei Entaku Ryōiki Camelot Replica; Agateram (Fate/Grand Order The Stage: Domain of the Holy Round Table Camelot Replica; Agateram), the stage play adaptation of the Fate/Grand Order smartphone role-playing game app, began streaming a promotional video for the play on Friday. Aniplex is streaming 15-second and full versions of the video, which shows the three main cast members in costume. (Note: The linked videos are region-locked to Japan.)
The website also revealed character visuals, cast, and staff.
The play stars:
Akari Nanawo as Mash Kyrielight
Yū Takahashi as Artoria Pendragon
The cast also includes:
- Ryō Saeki, Renna Okada (double-cast) as Ritsuka Fujimaru
- Kento Ono as Lancelot
- Daichi Yamaguchi as Gawain
- Daisuke Kikuta as Tristan
- Chihiro Kai as Mordred
- Jay as Agravaine
- Shunsuke Nishikawa as Arash
- Reo Honda as Ozymandias
- Ririka as Leonardo da Vinci
- Takuya Ide as Romani Archaman
Sakurako Fukuyama (Musical Kuroshitsuji- The Most Beautiful DEATH in The World- Sen no Tamashii to Ochita Shinigami) is directing the play and writing the script. Akane Ōtsuka, Keita Haga, and Hideyuki Fukasawa are composing the music.
The play will run at the Zepp Blue Theater in Roppongi, Tokyo from July 14 to July 17. The advance ticket lottery period will run from May 20 to May 24.
The original game has been downloaded over 8 million times since it launched on Android and iOS devices in summer 2015. Aniplex has released all seven chapters of part one, and the first chapter of part 1.5. Aniplex has already revealed that it will try to release part 2 this year in Japan.
Aniplex will release the iOS and Android versions of the game this summer simultaneously in the United States and Canada. Delightworks is developing the North American app, and Aniplex is publishing the app. Aniplex of America is handling PR and marketing for the game.
The original smartphone game inspired the 74-minute Fate/Grand Order: First Order television anime special that aired in Japan on December 31. Aniplex of America, Crunchyroll, and Daisuki streamed the special the same day.
Thanks to Dennis R. for the embedded videos.