The Final Fantasy X kabuki stage play will start streaming from April 12, 2023 until October 31, 2023. Since the stage play covers the events of the entire game, it will be fairly long experience. It comes in at around nine hours. Aside from a reimagining of Final Fantasy X to have a more traditionally Japanese aesthetic, there will be lots of stage gimmicks. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]
Each individual part costs 2,420 JPY ($18.10) to watch. If you want to watch the entire thing, then it’s 4,400 JPY ($32.90). Those prices are for the basic HD version with stereo sound. The 4K 5.1ch surround sound version will cost 5,500 JPY ($41.10), and you will get to watch both parts. The tickets are valid within ten days of purchase, and you can stream the Final Fantasy X kabuki stage play on TBS Ticket, L-Tike Live Streaming, Rakuten TV, U-next, and e-plus.
At certain parts of the play, the audience seating will move around to make room for props. There will also be a large screen that will play holographic backgrounds. Onoe Kikunosuke, who is the actor for Tidus, also doubled as the planner for the play. The play was available to watch physically in Japan from March 4, 2023, and its last day will be April 12, 2023.
The Final Fantasy X kabuki stage play will stream from April 12, 2023 to October 31, 2023. You can also watch it live in Japan.