“Ghost in the Shell: Arise” on stage with 3D graphics
Kaede Aono as Major Motoko Kusanagi
Stage play “Ghost in the Shell: Ghost is Alive” will be held at Tokyo Metropolitan Theater from November 5th to 15th. This will be the first stage play with 3D visuals in Japan, which will re-produce the characteristic of the work’s worldview.
The audiences will be given 3D glasses to enjoy entangled vision created by real actors and 3D graphics. This first-ever graphic technology was jointly-developed with Meiji University, School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences, Fukuchi Lab., now famous for its graphics technology.
Tickets are sold at 9,900 yen (premium seats, with privileges, tax included) and 6,900 yen (normal seats). Further information is available on official website.
©Masamune Shirow, Production I.G / Koudansha, Ghost in the Shell Production Committee
Stage play “Ghost in the Shell: Ghost is Alive” 1st CM
Stage play “Ghost in the Shell: Ghost is Alive”