Devil May Cry Series Is Getting A Stage Play Called Devil May Cry: The Live Hacker



Capcom announced Devil May Cry is getting a stage play titled Devil May Cry: The Live Hacker this March in Japan, with the promise of stylish action and band performances you can only get from the play.


The stage play runs from March 1 through March 10, 2019 at the Zepp DiverCity in Tokyo for 13 performances. The director is Jun Yoriko who previously directed the Resident Evil stage play Biohazard: The Stage (2015).


Here are some of the starring actors and their roles:


Ryoma Baba (Dante) and KwangSoo (Gideon)

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Ami Maeshima (Elise) and Yuki Nakayama (Henry)

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Tomoya Yamaguchi (Owen) and Takuma Sueno (Luke)

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Jun Shirota (Muul)



Noah, Liam, and Lady are also in the play, but their actors will be revealed on a later date.


Tickets are going for 9,800 yen for premium and 7,800 yen for general admission with registration for the limited lottery starting November 10 at 10:00am JST through  November 25 at 11:59pm JST. The results for ticket winners will be announced on November 29 after 1:00pm JST and payment after that until December 2 at 11:59pm JST.


You can find more information over at the Devil May Cry: The Live Hacker official website.

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