Do as Infinity Sings Live at Juni Taisen Stage Play Performance on May 11
posted on 2018-03-31 15:45 EDT by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for the stage play adaptation of NisiOisin and Hikaru Nakamura's Juni Taisen - Zodiac War novel revealed on Wednesday that Do as Infinity will perform at a newly added performance of the play at Tokyo's Theater 1010 on May 11 at 2:00 p.m. The group performed the ending theme song "Keshin no Kemono" for the anime adaptation of the novel, and the song is also the theme for the stage play.
The play will run at Kobe's Shin Kobe Oriental Theater from May 5-6 and Tokyo's Theater 1010 from May 9-13. Naohiro Ise is directing the play and writing the script, and Gō Shiina is composing the music.
The play's cast includes:
Kōdai Takikawa as Ox
Miho Imamura as Tiger
Kōji Saikawa as Rabbit
Shōhei Hashimoto as Dragon
Shinya Hasegawa as Snake
Masafumi Yokoyama as Horse
Yūya Hara as Ram
Yume Takeuchi as Monkey
Yui Umemura as Rooster
Tatsuya Isaka as Dog
Asana Mamoru as Boar
Shūhei Izumi as Duedecuple
Nisioisin (Monogatari Series, Medaka Box) and Nakamura (Saint Young Men, Arakawa Under the Bridge) published the original novel in May 2015. Graphinica adapted the series into an anime, and Crunchyroll streamed the "first 12-episode season" as it aired in Japan.
Viz Media released the original novel, and describes the story:
Twelve warriors enter a death match, but only one can survive to win the ultimate prize.
Rampage. Weep. Kill. Every 12 years, the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac take the form of warriors and engage in the ultimate battle royal. They face one another in battles to the death, using all the powers of their star signs, and the sole survivor is granted the ultimate prize—a wish. Any wish.
A manga adaptation by Akira Akatsuki (Medaka Box, Luger Code 1951) launched on Shueisha's Shōnen Jump+ app and website on September 23. Viz Media is publishing the manga for free on its website.
A sequel novel titled Juni Taisen Tai Juni Taisen (Zodiac War Versus Zodiac War) shipped in Japan on December 12.
Source: Abema Times