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All Out!! Stage Play's Video Highlights Cast in Costume

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Play to open from May 25-June 4 in Tokyo

The official website for the stage play adaptation of Shiori Amase's All Out!! manga began streaming a new ad for the play on Monday. The video previews the anime's cast in costume.

The site also began streaming four cast comment videos on Friday.

Motohisa Harashima as Kenji Gion

Masaya Matsukaze as Mutsumi Hachiōji

Daichi Saeki as Takuya Sekizan

Yū Imari as Sumiaki Iwashimizu

Previously revealed cast visuals are as follows:

Motohisa Harashima as Kenji Gion

Yū Imari as Sumiaki Iwashimizu

Daichi Saeki as Takuya Sekizan

Masaya Matsukaze as Mutsumi Hachiōji

Kaiki Ōhara as Etsugo Ōharano

Yuya Miyashita as Masaru Ebumi

Yuta Higuchi as Raita Kamō

Daichi Yamaguchi as Toshinosuke Matsuo

Yūhi Fujito as Natsuki Ise

Takashi Hagino as Shingo Komori

Mashū Ishiwatari as Atsushi Miyuki

Kazumi Doi as Tadakazu Taira

Hiroyoshi Mizunuma as Kumio Hisakawa

Seiya Konishi as Mitsuo Hanadate

Kandai Ueda as Kenya Horikawa

Kōdai Takikawa as Toshirō Wada

Shatner Nishida (Yowamushi Pedal stage play) will direct the play and pen the script. The play will open from May 25 to June 4 at the Zepp Blue Theater Roppongi in Tokyo.

Amase's original manga centers around Kenji Gion, a short first-year high school student. On his first day at Kanagawa Prefectural High School, he meets the tall Sumiaki Iwashimizu during a game of rugby. Kenji strikes a friendship with Sumiaki, and soon joins the rugby club. The manga portrays the struggles of the mismatched pair.

The manga also has a currently-airing television anime adaptation. The anime premiered on Tokyo MX on October 6. Crunchyroll is streaming the series with English subtitles as it airs, and Funimation began streaming English-dubbed episodes on November 21.

Amase launched the manga in Morning Two in 2012. Kodansha published the manga's 11th compiled book volume on February 23.

Source: Comic Natalie


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