Lycoris Recoil Stage Play Releases Digest Trailer

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The Lycoris Recoil stage play adaptation has received a two-minute digest promotional video featuring various scenes from the play, including its version of the anime’s “I’m glad I was able to meet you” scene. 

The play began its run at The Galaxy Theatre on January 7 and is set to end on January 15.

Protagonists Chisato and Takina are played by Misato Kawauchi and Gekidan 4 Dollar 50 Cent’s Sakiho Motonishi respectively in the play. The other cast members include Mikako Ishii as Mizuki, Nonoka Oobuchi as Kurumi, Keigo Kitamura as Mika, Natsuki Mieda as Kusunoki, Marina Tanoue as Fuki, Sakura Ayaki as Sakura, Anna Ijiri as Erika, Kento Ono as Shinji, Himeka Araya as Himegama, Takeuchi Rintaro as Robota, and Hiroki Nakada as Majima.

Akira Yamazaki (The Case Study of Vanitas stage play) directed the play with You Hosaka (Toozakaru Neverland musical) as scriptwriter.

The Lycoris Recoil action anime aired from July to September 2022 with 13 episodes. The original series takes place in a Japan where a secret organization called the DA utilizes teenage female agents called Lycoris to maintain peace by preemptively stopping crimes. Chisato, the strongest Lycoris, and Takina, a serious-minded Lycoris, work at a DA branch called LycoReco 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. 

Source: Aniplex Channel

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