Ace Attorney's New Stage Play Reveals 17 Cast Members in Costume
posted on 2018-11-09 10:30 EST by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for Gyakuten Saiban -Gyakuten no GOLD MEDAL- (Ace Attorney -Turnabout GOLD MEDAL), the new stage play based on CAPCOM's Ace Attorney games, revealed visuals of 17 cast members in costume on Friday.
The cast includes:
Shō Katō as Ryūichi Naruhodō (Phoenix Wright)
Nogizaka46 member Reno Nakamura as Mayoi Ayasato (Maya Fey)
Aren Kohatsu as Reiji Mitsurugi (Miles Edgeworth)
Yūki Tomotsune as Godot
Masaya Suzuki as Keisuke Itonokogiri (Dick Gumshoe)
Sōichirō Sorihashi as Masashi Yahari (Larry Butz)
Former Takarazuka Revue Flower troupe's Mio Hanana as Mei Karuma (Franziska von Karma)
Megumi Kuge as Kaoru Ōba (Wendy Oldbag)
Former SKE48 member Masana Ōya as Yōko Fukashigi
Kōji Kominami as Yorkshire Belgian
Seiya Konishi as Jack Clomack
Hiroshi Tagami as Antino Nivantes
Mondo Ukai as Mardia Barenbo
Hitoshi Takemura as Kojirō
Yūya Hara as Tarino (name romanization not confirmed)
Reona Sonoda as Nemino (name romanization not confirmed)
Daiki Tsuji (SET) as Dunan Martson (name romanization not confirmed)
The play will have nine performances from January 16-21 at Theatre 1010 in Tokyo. Yō Hosaka is directing the play, and Eisaku Satō is penning the script. Super Eccentric Theater is producing the play.
The franchise's most recent stage play debuted in 2016.
The first television anime adaptation of the games premiered in April 2016 and covered the first two games in the series. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan. Funimation released the first part on home video in January, and released the second part in May. The second season premiered on October 6, and Funimation is offering a simuldub for the new season.
CAPCOM will release the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Gyakuten Saiban 1 2 3 Naruhodō Selection) game collection for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on February 21, followed by a PC via Steam release in spring. The game will get an English release in early 2019. The trilogy will compile the first three games in the Ace Attorney franchise.
Update: Typo fixed. Thanks, Pado
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