It has been announced that Takemachi’s light novel and TV anime series, Spy Classroom (Spy Kyoushitsu), will be getting a stage play adaptation, directed by Ken Ogida with a script by Me Omu. The cast of the stage play are as follows:
- Lily: Yui Yokayama
- Grete: Fuyuna Asakura
- Sibylla: Sena
- Monica: Hoshimori Sayagi
- Thea: Hina Ishii
- Sara: Kaoru Takaoka
- Annett: Saki Kitazawa
- Erna: Sakura Ui
- Klaus: Makoto Renjo
- Guido: Jun Takada
The stage play adaptation, known as Spy Classroom Stage, will run from January 20, 2024, to January 28, 2024, at the Ginza Hakuhikan Theater. Application for early bird lottery tickets lasted until 23:59 JST on October 20. Winners of the early bird lottery ticket will receive a clear file and bromide of a cast member of their choice (De-Club Members only) or an anime clear file and a bromide of a cast member of their choice (non-De-Club Members). After the early bird lottery tickets, the tickets will then be on sale on a first-come, first-served basis from November 3 at 12:00 JST to 23:00 JST on November 26 and it will include a bromide of a cast member of their choice. Any remaining tickets will then be on sale starting on December 2. More information about ticket sales and the show’s schedules can be found on the Spy Classroom Stage’s official website.
Spy Classroom is a light novel written by Takemachi and illustrated by Tomari. The light novel has inspired a manga adaptation and an anime series of the same name. The first season of Spy Classroom aired from January 2023 to March 2023 while the second season aired on July 2023 to September 2023. HIDIVE is streaming both.
Yen Press, the English licensor, described the series as:
Following the devastating military conflict, countries around the world fight their wars in the shadows. One unusual spy, Klaus, has never failed on the job despite his quirks and is building a team to take on an Impossible Mission – one with over a 90 percent chance of failure. However, his chosen members are all school washouts with no practical experience. They will have to use every tick in the book (and ones that aren’t), to prove they’re up to the task.