Lycoris Recoil Stage Play Reveals Character Images

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A set of character visuals has been revealed for the stage play adaptation of Lycoris Recoil. A teaser visual featuring main heroines Chisato and Takina was previously released on December 9.

Aside from Lycoris Recoil‘s main duo (played by Misato Kawauchi and Gekidan 4 Dollar 50 Cent’s Sakiho Motonishi respectively), the visuals provide a look at the stage play’s version of Mizuki (Mikako Ishii), Kurumi (Nonoka Oobuchi), Mika (Keigo Kitamura), Kusunoki (Natsuki Mieda), Fuki (Marina Tanoue), and Sakura (Sakura Ayaki).

Also previewed are Erika (Anna Ijiri), Shinji (Kento Ono), Himegama (Himeka Araya), Robota (Takeuchi Rintaro), and Majima (Hiroki Nakada).

The Lycoris Recoil stage play will open on January 7 and run until January 15, 2023 at The Galaxy Theatre. Akira Yamazaki (The Case Study of Vanitas stage play) is directing with a script by Hosakayou (Toozakaru Neverland musical).

The Lycoris Recoil anime aired from July to September with 13 episodes. The original action series takes place in a Japan where the DA organization utilizes teenage agents called Lycoris to maintain peace by preemptively stopping crimes. Chisato, the strongest Lycoris, and Takina, a serious-minded Lycoris, work at LycoReco, a DA branch that doubles as a legitimate cafe and provider of various services. Shingo Adachi (Sword Art Online and WORKING!! character designer) served as director and series composer for the anime with A-1 Pictures as the animation production company. 


Sources: @lycoreco_stage, Comic Natalie

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