Get Ready for BLUELOCK Series Stage 2 in Jan 2024

(Last Updated On: September 13, 2023)

The official Twitter account for the stage adaptation of Muneyuki Kaneshiro and Yūsuke Nomura’s soccer manga, BLUELOCK, has exciting news. They’ve just announced the upcoming second stage play, set to grace the Kyoto Theater from January 18-24 and Hulic Hall Tokyo from January 25-31.

This eagerly anticipated production, BLUELOCK -2nd Stage, is already generating buzz as the cast and captivating visuals are revealed.

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Naohiro Ise, who previously helmed the first play’s success, is returning to direct and craft the script for this thrilling sequel. The inaugural play captivated audiences at Osaka’s Sankei Hall Breeze from May 4-7 and Tokyo’s Sunshine Theater from May 11-14.


The cast lineup is equally impressive, with notable actors like Nobunaga Satō portraying Meguru Bachira, Shōta Matsuda as Rensuke Kunigami, and Ryō Saeki embodying Hyoma Chigiri.

For those who can’t get enough of BLUELOCK, Kodansha USA Publishing has you covered. They are digitally releasing the original manga in English, and it’s also available in print. The manga’s premise centers on Japan’s national soccer team, seeking to recover from a devastating defeat at the 2018 World Cup.

Their key to redemption? An Ace Striker, a player with an insatiable hunger for goals and an unquenchable thirst for victory. To find this exceptional talent, the Japan Football Union has assembled 300 of the nation’s most promising young players. The question remains: who will rise to lead the team and outshine all competitors, both on and off the field?

Kaneshiro and Nomura’s manga, which debuted in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in August 2018, has already made its mark on the anime world.

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The BLUELOCK television anime made its Japanese debut in October 2022, captivating audiences worldwide with Crunchyroll streaming both the subbed and dubbed versions. The anime’s success has led to the exciting announcement of a second season and an upcoming anime film based on the BLUELOCK -Episode Nagi- spinoff manga.


Sources | Blue Lock stage plays’ Twitter accountComic Natalie

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