19-year-old Haruka Kudo (idol group Morning Musume ex-member) is cast as the protagonist Chise
The highly anticipated stage play adaptation of Kore Yamazaki's fantasy manga series Mahou Tsukai no Yome/The Ancient Magus' Bride finally kicked off for a ten-day run at the Owlspot theater in Tokyo on October 5. Advance tickets have been already sold out. Prior to the show's public opening, its dress rehearsal was conducted for Japanese media.
Aya Takaha, who previously worked on the screenplays of the manga's anime adaptations, is attached to write and direct. 19-year-old Haruka Kudo (ex-member of idol group Morning Musume., Umika Hayami/Lupin Yellow in the 42nd Super Sentai series Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger) is cast as the protagonist Chise Hatori, along with 38-year-old Naotaka Kamino as Chise's master Elias Ainsworth.
- Chise Hatori: Haruka Kudo
- Elias Ainsworth: Naotaka Kamino
- Joseph: Yukito Nishii
- Ruth: Junya Komatsu
- Silky: Ao Hirakawa
- Alice: Karen Sakura
- Stella Barklem: Rara Shimizu
- Oberon: Yuhei Suzuki
- Lindenbaum: William Ryota Zacchi
via: Oricon News:
via: Netlabo Entertainment:
The Ancient Magus' Bride anime series are available on Crunchyroll to its members worldwide except for Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.
Source: Oricon News, 2.5news, Netlabo Entertainment's official YouTube channel
© © 2019 Kore Yamazaki/MAG Garden, Stage Play "The Ancient Magus' Bride" production Committee
© 2017 Kore Yamazaki/MAG Garden, Mahoyome Partners