Attack On Titan is being turned into a musical stage

Gō Ueki will direct the theatrical adaptation of “Attack on Titan”, with Masafumi Hata penning the script. A super cinematic trailer for the musical accompanied the announcement, which you can check out above. The clip introduces the main cast and ends with a rather epic shot of a giant’s hand reaching down towards the series’ protagonist, Eren (Kurumu Okamiya). It also ends with an equally strong, epic score, but doesn’t give much of a hint as to what the actual songs in the musical adaptation might be like. The musical director of the play will be Ken the 390, a hip hop artist who also joined the anime as the voice actor for “Devilman Crybaby”. Kaori Miura, meanwhile, will write the lyrics.

The announcement also included an extensive cast list for the theatrical adaptation, including Okamiya as Eren, Sara Tataksuki as Mikasa, Eito Konishi as Armin and Ryo Matsuda as Levi. The supporting cast includes Yū Fukuzawa, Mimi Maihane, Mitsuru Karahashi, Riona Tatemichi, Takurō Ōno, Yasue Kazuaki, Tomoya Nakanishi, Sena, Mitsu Murata, Takeshi Hayashino, and Masanori Tomita.

This isn’t actually the first time that “Attack on Titan” stage production has been made, but previous attempts at a manga adaptation have ended in tragedy. Follow Comic. Drama was cancelled immediately after, before any live performance. It is hoped that the new theatrical play will not only be fair to the original material, but also be a safe production for all involved.

“Attack on Titan: The Musical” will premiere in Osaka and Tokyo in January 2023. Attack On Titan is being turned into a musical stage

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