“Sword Art Online” to get live stage adaptation (only in Japan)

Well, it looks like Sword Art Online is becoming popular enough to get live stage adaptation.This will be good news, assuming you are a Sao fan.The bad news is, however, that it will be only in Japan.At least at the moment.

Sword Art Online: The Live Stage Arc?


Nice adaptation.If only the source material were better.

Official Sword Art Online

Twitter

He recently published a tweet on the adaptation of the live Anime series.According to Tweet, this stage art will have the name Sword Art Online – Dive to Stage.The performance even has

official website

, which contains more details about it.According to the aforementioned website, this stage art will adapt the Aincrad arch (aka: the first and best arch).

The website even contains a cast list that will play various SAO characters at Sword Art Online – Dive to Stage.It includes who will play the main roles of Kazuto “Kirito” Kirigaya and Asuna Yuuki.Apparently Rin Matsubara will play Kirito, and the Minami of Tsukui will play Asuna.Unfortunately, we do not have any information about Matsubar, which seems to be a complete non-omniph when it comes to the Internet.Fortunately, however, we have information about Tsukui, which even has its own article in

Wikipedia

.It seems that she had previously played in many series Kamen Rider, and even in Ultraman X. As for live stage arts, Tsukui played in stage adaptations of various anime, such as Tiger & Bunny, Fairy Tail, Attack on Titan and others.That’s why I think we can say that this Sao art is in good hands.

The website even gives us the release date of this performance.Sword Art Online – Dive to Stage will debut

Tuesday, November 8, 2022

.The performance will be displayed up to

Sunday, November 13, 2022

.You can even buy tickets directly from the above link to the official website.However, this art will take place only in Japan.So if you don’t want to travel until

Tokyo International Forum Hall C

in

Tokyo in Japan

to see this art;We are lucky.For now, we can only hope that someone in theaters will also decide to adapt this anime to stage art.Return to THS later to check if so.

Source:

,


sao10th.net