Re:Stage! Dream Days Anime's 2nd Promo Video Reveals More Staff, KiRaRe Theme Song
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The official website for the Re:Stage! Dream Days television anime of Re:Stage!, Monthly Comptiq magazine and Pony Canyon's multimedia project about idol singers in middle school, began streaming the show's second promotional video on Saturday. The video reveals more staff members such as composer Kohta Yamamoto (Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga, The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments), and previews the anime's theme song "Sensei Sensation" (Oath Sensation) by the main in-story idol group KiRaRe:
The newly announced staff members include:
- Art Director: Ken Naito
- Art Design: Tsukasa Ohira
- Color Key Artist: Yoriko Matsumori
- Prop Design: Michiko Ōtani
- 3D Director: Takuto Chino
- Director of Photography: Akio Hayashi
- Editing: Hitomi Sudō
- Music: Kohta Yamamoto
- Music Production: Pony Canyon
- Sound Director: Toshiki Kameyama
The video also confirms that the voice actresses for the other idol groups besides KiRaRe are returning from previous installments in the franchise.
The story centers around the first-year student Mana Shikimiya (Amane Makino) as she pursues her dreams of winning at Prism Stage, the competition that determines the top middle-school idol.
The main cast members returning from previous installments in the franchise include:
- Amane Makino as Mana Shikimiya
- Akari Kitō as Sayu Tsukisaka
- Masumi Tazawa as Mizuha Ichikishima
- Meemu Tachibana as Kae Hiiragi
- Yuka Iwahashi as Kasumi Honjō
- Yuki Sorami as Mii Hasegawa
As previously announced, Shin Katagai (My Sweet Tyrant, Neo Angelique Abyss) is directing the series as Yumeta Company and Graphinica. Motohiro Taniguchi (Yuruyuri San Hai!, My Sweet Tyrant) is designing the characters based on original designs by Tsubasa Izumi (Akane Iro ni Somaru Saka, Mashiroiro Symphony - The color of lovers), who illustrated the franchise's novels. The novels' writer team yoree is in charge of series composition.
The project has already spawned a novel serialized in Kadokawa's Monthly Comptiq magazine, a smartphone game app, concerts, events, and music CDs.