Avex Pictures is streaming the Fruits Basket stage play worldwide (outside Japan) for the first time. Fans will be able to watch the play on the Zaiko platform (do note that the live stream will actually start earlier):
- Matinee performance, 12:00PM Sunday, March 13 JST
- Night performance, 4:00PM Sunday, March 13 JST
A special archive of the stream with English subtitles from the night performance will be available to watch from 12:00 PM on Friday, March 25th until 11:59 PM on Thursday, March 31st. Tickets for the event can be bought for $30 starting on March 1st, 2022. Archive stream ticket costs the same but is available for purchase until March 31.
Tickets need to be bought separately for the Matinee performance, Night performance, and Archive. More information can be found on the official website.
Fruits Basket: The Stage cast includes:
- Ayano Christie Yoshida as Tohru Honda
- Naoya Kitagawa as Yuki Soma
- Shohei Hashimoto as Kyo Soma
- Hiroki Nakada as Ayame Soma
- Shogo Tamura as Hatsuharu Soma
- Ruito Koga as Momiji Soma
- Yuna Sekine as Kaguya Soma
- Yuto Adachi as Ritsu Soma
- Erena Kamata as Kisa Soma
- Yoshiharu Jin as Hiro Soma
- Chisato Minami as Arisa Uotani
- Yukari Nakamura as Saki Hanajima
- Yuria Haga as Kyoko Honda
- Seiya Inagaki as Kazuma Soma
- Yu Imari as Hatori Soma
- Yuya Asato as Shigeru Soma
Following the death of her mother, the only family she had left, high school student Tohru Honda finds herself living on her own in the humble lodgings of a camping tent.Fruits Basket: The Stage Synopsis, Avex Pictures
Little does she know that where she pitched her tent is located on the property owned by the Soma family, and the residence of none other than the school prince, Yuki Soma. In exchange for doing housework, the owner of the house, Shigure Soma, takes Tohru in and allows her to stay at their house.
Joined by Kyo Soma, who is ever at odds with Yuki, Tohru becomes wound up in a fate she never could have imagined.
For the fate of the “Soma family” itself has been bound by a “curse” for hundreds of years…
Source: Press Release
© Natsuki Takaya / Hakusensha / Fruits Basket the Stage Production Committee 2022