The official website for the stage adaptation of Kuroko’s Basketball has filled in the remaining two silhouettes belonging to cast in costume, after revealing Kensho Ono and Yuuya Asato as the rookies Kuroko and Kagami, and Shota Onuma as their Tōō Academy rival Daiki Aomine earlier this month. In the visual below, Mario Kuroba and Ryō Hatakeyama step up to their starting positions as Ryōta Kise (third from left) and Shintarō Midorima (second from right).

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Kensho Ono seems a natural fit for playing Kuroko, as he’s been the character’s voice in the anime since 2012, and he certainly looks the part in this previously released teaser visual of him striking a pose alongside Kagami and Aomine.

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Here is the rest of the cast for Kuroko’s team from Seirin High and their rivals:

Seirin High School Team

Kensho Ono as Tetsuya Kuroko
Yūya Asato as Taiga Kagami
Tetsuya Makita as Junpei Hyūga
Ryutarō Akimoto as Shun Izuki
Kaisei Abe as Shinji Koganei
Ukyō Matumoto as Rinnosuke Mitobe
Daiki Kajimoto as Satoshi Tsuchida
Asami Tano as Riko Aida

Kaijō High School Team

Mario Kuroba as Ryōta Kise
Ryunosuke Matsumura as Yukio Kasamatsu
Shinichi Wago as Yoshitaka Moriyama
Kōshü Hirano as Mitsuhiro Hayakawa

Shūtoku High School Team

Ryō Hatakeyama as Shintarō Midorima
James Takeshi Yamada as Kasunari Takao
Spi as Taisuke Ōtsubo
Daisuke Takenouchi as Kiyoshi Miyaji

Tōō Academy High School Team

Akihiro Hayashi as Shōichi Imayoshi
Kazunari Matsufuji as Kōsuke Wakamatsu
Eiji Akaso as Ryō Sakurai
Arisa Sugi as Satsuki Momoi

This adaptation of Tadatoshi Fujimaki’s manga, titled Kuroko’s Basketball: The Encounter, is written and directed by Norihito Nakayshiki, who also penned Hyper Projection Play Haikyū!!. It will run for 21 performances at the Sunshine Gekijō theatre in Ikebukuro from April 8th–24th, with ticket sales beginning next Wednesday, February 27th.

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