Devils and Realist Stage Musical Visuals Show Cast in Costume
posted on 2017-10-19 05:15 EDT by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for the sequel stage musical adaptation of Madoka Takadono and Utako Yukihiro's Devils and Realist (Makai Ōji: Devils and Realist) manga revealed cast visuals for the play on Tuesday.
Taiyō Ayukawa as Dantalion (reprising role from previous play)
Ryōta Tamura as Kevin
Keito Sakurai as Sytry
Masato Saki as Gilles de Rais (reprising role from previous play)
Kenta Yamanaka as Michael
Yūichi Matsumoto as Crosby (reprising role from previous play)
Makoto Endō as Baalberith (reprising role from previous play)
Yū Aizawa as Leonard
KEN as Baphomet (reprising role from previous play)
Kōsuke Yonehara as Camio (reprising role from previous play)
The play will run from November 4-12 at Shinjuku FACE. Tsuneyasu Motoyoshi (Emukichi-Beat) is again directing the musical, and Naohiro Ise is returning to write the script. CLIE is again producing the play.
Artist Yukihiro (Uta no Prince-sama) and novelist Takadono (Hakushakuke Goyōtashi) launched the manga in Ichijinsha's Monthly Comic Zero Sum magazine in 2009. Ichijinsha published the 14th volume on July 25. Seven Seas Entertainment is releasing the manga in English, and published the 12th volume in North America on April 25.
The story revolves around William, an aristocratic family's progeny with rare intellect. One day, his uncle lost his possessions after his business failed. Fearing that his family's name has been tarnished, William returns home and searches with his family's butler for anything that can be converted into cash. A search of the premises yields an underground room left by an ancestor. In the room is a magical seal, and William unintentionally summons a devil. The summoned devil tells William his name is Dantalion, and reveals that William is the "Elector" who can choose the next acting ruler of Hell.
Chiaki Kon (Junjō Romantica, When They Cry - Higurashi, La storia della Arcana Famiglia) directed a 12-episode television anime adaptation, which premiered in July 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks licensed and released the series on DVD and Blu-ray.
Source: Comic Natalie