Hideo Ishiguro Cast as Lead in Black Rose Alice Play
Hideo Ishiguro has been cast as the lead in a stage play adaptation of a manga.
The official website site for the stage play adaptation of Setona Mizushiro’s vampire romance manga series, Black Rose Alice, has announced that Hideo Ishiguro (Gai/Orb in Ultraman Orb, Kai in Kamen Rider Den-O) has been cast as the main lead, Dimitri Lewandowski.
Black Rose Alice is set to be on stage at the Zepp Blue Theater in Roppongi from Friday, May 12, 2017 to Sunday, May 21, 2017.
Hideo Ishiguro was cited to have said, “This will be my first stage performance in three years, and it is my first time as first chair. I am nervous, but I’ll express it within this work, Black Rose Alice. I want to do my best to embody the form of love that can only be expressed in this work on stage. Thank you for your consideration.”
As of now, no other casting information has been announced.
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