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Re-Kan! Stage Play's Cast Pictured in Costume

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Nozomi Maeda, Kurumi Takahashi star in play opening in November

The official website for the stage play adaptation of Hinako Seta's Re-Kan! four-panel manga revealed a main image and cast photos for the play on Friday.

The stage play stars:

Nozomi Maeda as Hibiki Amami

Kurumi Takahashi as Narumi Inoue

Tomoka Wakabayashi as Kana Uehara

Runa Aida as Kyōko Esumi

Arisa Kanazawa as Makoto Ogawa

Monika Suganuma as Kogal Spirit

Other cast members include:

Aya Kinoshita as Yūhi
Keisuke Furuhata as Kenta Yamada
Sōichirō Takaki as Roll Call Samurai
Yūka Nakanishi as Merry-san
Nanami Takahashi as Hanako-san
Hinano Ayakawa as Ryōko Yoshida
Yui Kusunoki as Mio Yamaguchi
Marie Aida as Yumiko Yue
Ayaka Kōyama as Faceless Spirit

The play will also feature the following special guests:

The play will have eight performances from November 11 to November 15 at the Nihon Geijutsu Senmon Gakkō Ōmori Gekijō (Japan Technical Art School Ōmori Theatre). The "Reikan Taiken" (supernatural-sensing experience) ticket will cost 5,500 yen (about US$46), while the Guest ticket will cost 6,500 yen (about US$54). The VIP ticket will cost 8,000 yen (about US$67).

Ichidai Matsuda is directing the stage play production.

Seta's original manga centers around Hibiki Amami, a girl who can see ghosts and other supernatural phenomena in her surroundings. The stories follow her daily life with both her friends and the otherworldly.

Seta started the manga as a one-shot story in Houbunsha's Manga Time Jumbo in 2009, and then turned it into a regular series in 2010. Houbunsha published the sixth compiled book volume on April 7. The manga inspired a 13-episode TV anime adaptation that premiered in Japan on April 2. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired, and Sentai Filmworks licensed the anime for North America.

Source: Comic Natalie

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