Sengoku Basara 3 Utage Stage Play's Cast Revealed

posted on 2013-01-16 09:50 EST by Sarah Nelkin
Singer Nami Tamaki is cast as Oichi for stage play to open this spring

The official website for the Sengoku Basara 3 Utage stage play adapted from Capcom's series of games and anime opened last Tuesday with a cast interview video, dates of the play, ticket reservations, and a complete main cast list. A notable addition to the cast is singer Nami Tamaki (Mobile Suit Gundam Seed, D.Gray-man) as Oichi.

The cast list of 18 members is as follows:

  • Kenji Matsuda as Matsunaga Hisahide
  • Yuuki Kubota as Date Masamune
  • Kei Hosogai as Sanada Yukimura
  • Yuusuke Hirose as Tokugawa Ieyasu
  • Seijirou Nakamura as Ishida Mitsunari
  • Tomokazu Yoshida as Katakura Kojūrō
  • Youjirou Murata as Sarutobi Sasuke
  • Yukie Kawamura as Tsuruhime
  • Minase Yashiro as Saika Magoichi
  • Kazuto Nakamura as Takeda Shingen
  • AKIRA as Uesugi Kenshin
  • Yasuhiko Imai as Mogami Yoshiaki
  • Hikaru Takahashi as Fūma Kotarō
  • Takuya Tsukamoto as Imagawa Yoshimoto
  • Kousei Sakurada as Azai Nagamasa
  • Masashi Taniguchi as Tenkai
  • Akira Kubodera Oda Nobunaga
  • Nami Tamaki as Oichi

The play will be held from April 26-28 at the Fukuoka Canal City Theater for four performances, Nagoya Chūnichi Theater from May 2-4 for five performances, the Tokyo Nippon Seinenkan Great Hall from May 10-19 for 14 performances, and finally ending at the Osaka Morinomiya Piloti Hall from May 23-26 for six performances. Advance tickets cost 7,200 yen (about US$82), and will begin selling next week.

On the bottom of the cast page in small print, the website notes that although in the cast introduction video, one of the cast made a statement that might be understood as hint that Keiji Maeda might appear in the Sengoku Basara 3 stage play. The note states that there are no plans for this to happen.

[Via Raindrops and Dreams]

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