Shinobu Ohtaka‘s Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic manga is inspiring its first stage musical titled Musical “Magi” -Dungeon Kumikyoku that can run on the Tennozu Galaxy Theater in Tokyo from June 3-12 and Morinomiya Piloti Hall in Osaka from June 18-19.

The solid consists of:

  • Yugo Miyajima (ORβIT) as Aladdin
  • Hiroki Ino as Alibaba
  • Nana Okada (AKB48) as Morgiana
  • Mitshuhiro Nagatomo (Hibiki) as Budel
  • Miho Sugimoto as Baba
  • Shо̄go Onozuka as Goltas
  • Shina Tanaka as Ren Hakuei
  • Akito Teshima (SOLIDEMO) as Judar
  • Daisuke Hirose as Kassim
  • Takuji Kawakubo as Jamil
  • Toshiyuki Morikawa (voice look) as Ūgo-kun

Kо̄tarо̄ Yoshitani is directing the musical. Sayaka Asai is writing the screenplay. Shuhei Kamimura is composing the music. MAMORU is dealing with the choreography.

The anime adaptation of the manga premiered in Japan in October 2012. Magi: The Kingdom of Magic, the second anime adaptation, debuted in October 2013. Crunchyroll streamed the Magi anime diversifications as they aired in Japan, and Aniplex of America launched each on dwelling video.

Funimation added the collection in 2019, and it describes the story:

Alibaba travels throughout a magical land seeking wealth, assembly younger Aladdin alongside the best way. Together, they discover a mysterious Dungeon mentioned to carry great treasures, till a Djinn seems and divulges the reality about Aladdin’s powers. Now, the best gem to uncover is their future!

Director Koji Masunari (Read or Die, Welcome to THE SPACE SHOW) helmed the anime adaptation at A-1 Pictures. Toshifumi Akai (Kokoro Connect, Sound of the Sky) served because the character designer and chief animation director, and Hiroyuki Yoshino (Accel World, Guilty Crown, My-HiME) dealt with the scripts. Shiro Sagisu (Bleach, Evangelion, Berserk movies) composed the music. Magi was a ninetieth anniversary undertaking from Shogakukan.

The solid consists of Kaori Ishihara as Aladdin, Yuuki Kaji as Ali Baba, Haruka Tomatsu as Morgiana, Daisuke Ono as Sinbad, Ryohei Kimura as Judal, and Toshiyuki Morikawa as Ūgo-kun.

Ohtaka’s unique manga re-imagines tales from the traditional story One Thousand and One Nights (often known as Arabian Nights). Ohtaka launched the manga in 2009 after ending her Sumomomo Momomo manga. The collection resulted in October 2017, and Shogakukan revealed the thirty seventh and last quantity in November 2017. The manga was the winner of the Boys’ Manga class of the Shogakukan Manga Awards in 2014.

Sources: Magi musical’s website and Twitter account, Comic Natalie