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Persona 3 Stage Play Cast Members in Costume

The official website of Persona 3: the Weird Masquerade ~The Blue Awakening~ finally unveils the complete cast members, wearing their respective costumes, ready to enter the "Dark Hour". This will be a stage play inspired by the Persona 3 role-playing game.

Kana Asumi as Female Protagonist Kotone Shiomi

Shouta Aoi as Male Protagonist Sakuya Shiomi

Maho Tomita as Yukari Takeba

Yuuki Fujiwara as Akihiko Sanada

Genki Okawa as Junpei Iori

Asami Tano as Mitsuru Kirijo

Marina Tanoue as Fuuka Yamagishi

Shōichi Honda as Shūji Ikutsuki

Keisuke Ueda as Pharos

The stage play adaptation will open at Tokyo Dome City's Theatre G-Rosso in January 2014, with separate performances for the male and female protagonists. The play's music will be composed by Persona series composer Shoji Meguro, while Shutaro Oku will be in charge of casting, and Jun Kumagai (Persona 4 The Animation) will be writing the scripts.

The original Persona 3 game focuses on the exploits of the Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad (SEES), a group of students investigating the Dark Hour, a time period between one day and the next that few people are aware of, as well as defending the home city from monsters known as Shadows.

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5 Responses
  1. Eh? Both the male *and* female protagonists? I wonder how that's going to work. Will they alternate the protagonist from night to night, or will they both factor into the story somehow, or...?

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Needs more cowbell!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Alex Perez needs to learn how to read. :(

  4. Anonymous Says:

    no Shinjiro? That sucks

  5. Bah! How did I miss that...? - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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