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Blue Exorcist Gets Double-Feature Stage Play in June

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Hiromi Sakamoto, Masahiro Inoue recreate manga's 1st arc & Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen

The cast for the upcoming "Ao no Exorcist: Ao no Homura Kakusei-hen/Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen" (Blue Exorcist: Awakening the Blue Flame Chapter/Kyoto's Unclean King Chapter) double-feature stage play was announced on Tuesday. The play is scheduled to open in June and will star Hiromi Sakamoto as Rin Okumura and Masahiro Inoue as Yukio Okumura. The rest of the cast includes:

  • Azusa Togashi as Shiemi Moriyama
  • Takafumi Maeuchi as Renzō Shima
  • Kaoru Maruwaka as Konekomaru Miwa
  • Aira Nakajima as Noriko Paku (only Ao no Homura Kakusei-hen)
  • Tatsuya Isaka as Ryūji Sugurō
  • Yuri Hane as Izumo Kamiki
  • Ire Shiozaki as Mephisto Pheles
  • Hayato Nikaido as Amaimon (only Ao no Homura Kakusei-hen)
  • Takashi Hagino as Igor Neuhaus (only Ao no Homura Kakusei-hen)
  • Kazumi Ōhashi as Tatsuma Sugurō (only Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen)
  • Takeshi Yoshioka as Saburōta Tōdō (only Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen)
  • Katsutoshi Uchibori as Yaozō Shima (only Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen)
  • Taijirō Arakawa as Jūzō Shima (only Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen)
  • Yōjirou Murata as Kinzō Shima (only Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen)
  • Ayana as Mamushi Hōjō (only Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen)
  • Yumi Sugimoto as Shura Kirigakure (only Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen)
  • Kazuoki as Shirō Fujimoto (only Ao no Homura Kakusei-hen)

The Ao no Homura Kakusei-hen play adapts the first arc of the manga, when twins Rin and Yukio are faced with Rin's sudden awakening as the son of Satan. The play will tell the story of the original manga up until the summer excursion.

The Kyōto Fujō-Ō-hen play begins when the "Left Eye of the Unclean King" is stolen from the academy. Yukio chases after the culprit, while Rin and the others look for the "Right Eye" that is sealed away in Kyoto.

Manga creator Kazue Kato helped with the screenplay, and Daisuke Nishida (Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East, Sengoku Basara stage plays) is directing the play. The play will run from June 21-29 and hold 12 performances at the Ikebukuro Sunshine Theater in Tokyo.

Source: Comic Natalie

Update: Typo fixed. Thanks, SaiyamanMS


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