On Friday, a new website revealed that Ouran High School Host Club franchise is inspiring the first stage musical adaptation, which will debut in Tokyo and Osaka in 2022.
The cast, crew, visuals, and promotional video were released on the official website and Twitter account.
葉鳥ビスコが描く「桜蘭高校ホスト部」待望のミュージカル化！— 歌劇『桜蘭高校ホスト部』 (@ouran_m) June 18, 2021
2022年1月東京・大阪にて開幕！#須王環 役:#小松準弥 #鳳鏡夜 役:#里中将道 #常陸院光 役:#二葉勇 #常陸院馨 役:#二葉要 #埴之塚光邦 役:#小西詠斗 #銛之塚崇 役:#加藤将 ほかhttps://t.co/2lC5iKPo9D pic.twitter.com/xJ12smtRzs
Junya Komatsu as Tamaki Suou (Left)
Masamichi Satonaka as Kyoya Ootori (Right)
Kaname Futaba as Kaoru Hitachiin (Top left)
Yū Futaba as Hikaru Hitachiin (Top right)
Eito Konishi as Mitsukuni Haninozuka (Bottom left)
Shō Katō as Takashi Morinozuka (Bottom right)
The comedic series revolves around the escapades of Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at the prestigious Ouran Academy, a fictitious school for rich kids located in Bunkyo, Tokyo. Looking for a quiet place to study, Haruhi stumbles upon the abandoned Third Music Room, a place where the Ouran Academy Host Club, a group of six male students, gathers to entertain female “clients” with sweets and tea. During their initial encounter, Haruhi accidentally destroys an antique vase valued at ¥8,000,000 (around US$80,000) and must work off the debt as the club’s errand boy. Her short hair, slouching attire, and gender-ambiguous face cause her to be mistaken by the Hosts for a male student, though they soon realize her actual gender and the fact that she’s a “natural” in entertaining girls, promoting her to full-Host status. – Wiki
A 26-episode anime television series aired between April 5 and September 26, 2006. Takuya Igarashi directed the anime at studio BONES
Bisco Hatori wrote and illustrated the Ouran High School Host Club manga series, which was serialised in Hakusensha’s LaLa magazine. The serialization of the manga began in September 2002 and finished in November 2010. The manga was published in 18 volumes.
The manga also inspired a 12-episode TV drama which aired in July 2011. A live-action feature film was released on March 2012 which was distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan.
Ouran High School Host Club musical’s website
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