My Hero Academia‘s official stage play has revealed a new key visual. The play will premiere in Spring 2022. The Plus Ultra version of the key visual features All Might and all of the students on stage from Class 1-A of U.A. High School!
My Hero Academia: LIVE!
The popular manga and anime series had already received an official stage play years prior. The musical “My Hero Academia: The ‘Ultra’ Stage” debuted in 2019. After its success, there was a second stage play in the works. This second play had a planned 2020 release date. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the show’s performances were canceled. While attempts have been made to get the show running, whether it be live or through online means, the musical’s future had been uncertain for a long period of time.
Finally, after such a turbulent period, the show’s official website has announced that “My Hero Academia The ‘Ultra’ Stage Honmono no Hero: PLUS ULTRA ver.” will be live in the Tokyo Dome City Hall from December 3 to 12, 2021, then at The Kyoto Theater from December 24 to 26.
Naoki Takeshi and Tasuku Yoshioka will be casting Tenya Ida and All Might respectively. Meanwhile, Shin Tamura, Ryota Kobayashi, and Ryo Kitamura will reprise their roles as Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki.
It finally looks like there’s going to be some light at the end of the tunnel for the cast! Hopefully, by the time December rolls around, the show gets its moment to smash it and go Plus Ultra once again!