VIDEO: Learn The History of "Kuroko's Basketball" Stage Play in Five Minutes

Tetsuya Kuroko's anime VA Kensho Ono has also played the character since 2016

To promote the ongoing third show "IGNITE-ZONE," the official YouTube channel for the stage play adaptation project inspired by Tadatoshi Fujimaki's popular sports manga Kuroko's Basketball has posted a five-minute special video to introduce its previous two shows, "THE ENCOUTER" in April 2016 and "OVER-DRIVE" in June-July 2017. As reported several times, 28-year-old voice actor Kensho Ono, who voiced the protagonist Tetsuya Kuroko in the Kuroko's Basketball anime series (2012-2017), has played the character in the stage play as well. 



"You can learn about the Kuroko's Basketball stage play in five minutes"



The story of the third play focuses on the beginning of the Winter Cup (the National High School Basketball

Championship Tournament), one of the three major high school basketball tournaments in Japan. It has

already ended its shows at Sunshine Theater in Tokyo (April 6-22), then will move to Morinomiya Piloti Hall

in Osaka (May 1-6) and Nippon Seinenkan Hall in Tokyo (May 11-13). 


3rd play "IGNITE-ZONE" poster visual



1st play "THE ENCOUNTER" DVD jacket


PV for the DVD



2nd play "OVER-DRIVE" Blu-ray jacket 


PV for the DVD/Blu-ray


Source: "Kuroko's Basketball" stage play official website


© Tadatoshi Fujimaki/Shueisha, "Kuroko's Basketball" Stage Play Production Committee


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