Tales of the Abyss Game's New Stage Play Reveals Cast, Visual
posted on 2018-04-22 04:00 EDT by April
Bandai Namco Entertainment revaled the key visual and additional cast for its new Tales of the Abyss stage play, Tales of the Stage - Lorelei no Chikara wo Tsugusha - LIVE&THEATER at Yokohama Arena (Tales of the Stage - Inheritor of Lorelei's Power - LIVE&THEATER at Yokohama Arena), on Friday. The stage play is set to perform at the Yokohama Arena Main Hall on June 15.
This original work adapts the Tales of the Abyss PlayStation 2 and Nintendo 3DS role-playing game into a dance and acrobatics entertainment show. This play again tells the story of main character Luke Fon Fabre and Asch, as previously told in the Tales of the Stage: Last Score, but will focus on Asch's untold story.
The full returning stage play cast includes:
Yuya Arai as Asch
Kota Iwaki as Luke Fon Fabre
Fuyuna Asakura as Natalia Luzu Kimlasca-Lanvaldear
Sena from The Hoopers as Tear Grants
Ryoji as Van Grants
Saki Takahashi as Ion/Sync
Yukima Saito as Legretta
Chihiro Kai as Anise Tatlin
Kensuke Uchida as Mohs
New cast members include:
Reo Kawamura as Guy Cecil (replacing Kō Hosokawa)
Asami Okamoto as Arietta
Orito Kasahara from STARBOYS as Dist
Eiji Moriyama as Largo
Mio Hanana as Noir
Special guest stars include:
Takehito Koyasu (Jade Curtiss' game voice actor) in a voice-only performance
Attendees will receive a special A5 sized clear file of the key visual, featuring reprinted autographs from the cast. As with Tales of the Stage: Last Score, Tetsuharu is in charge of direction and choreography, and Oropa Irie is writing the script.
Bandai Namco Entertainment first announced the Tales of the Stage - Lorelei no Chikara wo Tsugusha - LIVE&THEATER at Yokohama Arena stage play last September, and revealed the play's performance date last December.
The Blu-ray Disc set for Tales of the Stage: Last Score will be available on June 6. The stage play ran in June 2017 at the Tales of Festival" event, and then later ran in Osaka in August and in Tokyo in September.
Bandai first released the game for PlayStation 2 in 2005, and later ported the game to Nintendo 3DS. An anime adaptation aired from 2008-2009, and Bandai Entertainment released the series on DVD. The game has also inspired multiple manga adaptations.
Source: Stage Natalie
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