Second Cast Announcement for Live Impact Attack on Titan Released!

Second Cast Announcement for Live Impact Attack on Titan Released!

Live Impact Attack on Titan, the first Attack on Titan stage adaptation, has been a hot topic since the first cast announcement, and now even more of the cast has been revealed. There will be 150 performers for this incredible stage show, and we’re one step closer to learning who those will be.

A lot of fans have been waiting to see who will be playing favorites Levi, Jean, Connie, Sasha, Commander Pixis, and Erwin, and now it’s finally been revealed. Playing Levi is Endo Yuya, who has shown his incredible talent in a wide variety of genres, including plays, movies, and dramas. Honda Reo will be playing Jean Kirschtein, and in addition to being a successful performer, he is also known for his incredible acrobatic and breakdancing talent that’s sure to catch the attention of viewers. Connie Springer will be played by Hirono Ryota, the new actor with incredible talent in both singing and acrobatics whose small body allows for some impressive footwork. Imada Mio will be making her stage debut as Sasha Brown. Experienced actor Nagae Hidekazu will be bringing his experience to the powerful and imposing role of Commander Pixis. Erwin Smith will be played by Izumi Shuhei who’s sure to bring his experience in film, TV, commercials, and many stage plays to the role.

This announcement follows the previous cast list which included Hashimoto Zenitsu, Saikawa Koji, Harumoto Hiroaki, and Sakai Kana for an impressive group of performers, and it looks like we can expect more coming up, too. Alexandra Rutter (Whole Hog Theatre) has also been chosen as the movement director. She serves as a director and art director for the up-and-coming theater company Whole Hog Theatre in the United Kingdom, and gained much attention as the director behind the first Studio Ghibli-approved play for the 2013 adaptation of Princess Mononoke. Her ability to bring those powerful moments and impact to her beautiful staging will be a must-see, and she also released a message about the play.

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“To work on “Attack on Titan” is a dream come true. I am truly honored, thankful and excited to work with Ms. Akiko Kodama and Japanese people to bring it to life on stage!”
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Source: PR TIMES

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