Kensho Ono Returns as Tetsuya Kuroko in 2nd "Kuroko’s Basketball" Stage Play
The official website for “Kuroko’s Basketball: OVER-DRIVE,” the upcoming second stage play adaptation of Tadatoshi Fujimaki’s popular sports manga today updated with a first main visual featuring its four main cast, including 27-year-old voice actor Kensho Ono who reprises his role as the protagonist Tetsuya Kuroko. He has been voicing the character in the anime adaptations since 2012, as well as in the upcoming feature film Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Game to be released on March 18. The visual also features Yuuya Asato as Taiga Kagami and Ryunosuke Kawai as Teppei Kiyoshi both from Seirin High, and Motohiro Ohta as Makoto Hanamiya from Kirisaki Daiichi High.
“OVER-DRIVE” is again directed by Norihito Nakayashiki, who helmed the first play “Kuroko’s Basketball: THE ENCOUNTER” in April 2016, and is scheduled to be performed at AiiA 2.5Teater Tokyo from June 22 to July 9, then at Osaka Morinomiya Piloti Hall from July 13 to 17.
— ステージナタリー (@stage_natalie) January 28, 2017
1st play “THE ENCOUNTER” DVD jacket (August 26, 2016 release)
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