Adaptation of supernatural comedy manga by Eiji Matsuda debuts in Tokyo in May
The full cast for the upcoming stage-play adaptation of Actually, I Am - based on the supernatural comedy manga Jitsu wa, Watashi wa... by Eiji Matsuda - have been revealed in costume and make-up as their characters. The line-up for the play includes:
Ryo Ooshima as Asahi Kuromine.
Rin Asuka as Yōko Shiragami.
Tomoka Wakabayashi as Nagisa Aizawa.
Asuka Nagayoshi as Mikan Akemi.
Konona Shiba as Shiho Shishido.
Yurika Takagi as Akane Kōmoto.
Tomoko Kato as Akari Kōmoto.
Hyoga Tanaka as Shirō Shishido.
Nanako Miura as Karen Shirogane.
Karin Takahashi as Rin Kiryūin.
Yakumo Yajima as Kōsuke Sakurada.
Kenta Watanabe as Okada.
Kota Hayakawa as Shimada.
Arisa Nishiguchi as Tōko Shiragami.
Saemi Shinahama as "Charismatic Female Pervert".
Tatsuki Muro as Genjirō Shiragami.
Kaede Fujimoto as Mei Kuromine.
And Yume Hazuki as Ryō Aizawa.
The original Jitsu wa, Watashi wa... manga is serialized in Akita Shoten's Weekly Shōnen Champion magazine, and an English language version of the manga is published by Seven Seas Entertainment under the title My Monster Secret. A TV anime adaptation of Actually, I Am also aired in 2015, and is availble via streaming on Crunchyroll.
The Actually, I Am stage play will run from May 11 to May 15 at the Shinjukumura LIVE theater in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.
Source: Comic Natalie
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