The official Twitter account for “My Hero Academia” The “Ultra” Stage Symbol of Peace” stage play announced on Saturday, April 23, 2022, that due to the injury of actor Akiyoshi Tsujimura all 3 performances will be cancelled in Osaka.
According to the official notice, Tsujimura, an all-rounder actor injured his leg during the performance at 12:00 on Saturday. As of writing, no further follow-up information about the actor is revealed.
The 2nd performance on April 23 which was scheduled at 17:30 and the performance on April 24 (Sun) at 12: 00 and17: 30 were cancelled. The production committee did not reveal any details on the Tokyo performances scheduled from April 29-May 8.
“Akiyoshi Tsujimura, an all-rounder, injured his leg during the performance at 12:00 on Saturday, April 23rd. We are currently waiting for the results of the medical examination, but as a result of discussions at the production committee, we have cancelled the three performances of today’s 17:30 performance and tomorrow’s April 24 (Sun) 12: 00/17: 30 performance,” the notice read.
According to the latest update, Live Viewing Japan has opened an online ticket counter for “My Hero Academia” The “Ultra” Stage‘s live stream on May 8, 2022.
My Hero Academia stageplay staff assured the audience to issue a refund at a later date via the official website and Twitter account. Only visitors with the show’s tickets will be allowed to purchase merchandise at the venue for the time being.
My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage: Honmono no Hero PLUS ULTRA ver. stage play was performed at Tokyo Dome City Hall from Dec 3-12, 2021, and from Dec 24-26 at Tokyo Gekijō. The play was slated to run at the Tokyo Dome City Hall in July 2020.
My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage: Honmono no Hero (A True Hero), the franchise’s second stage play, was set to premiere in Tokyo and Osaka in March and April 2020. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the majority of the performances were cancelled.
The “full version” of My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage: Honmono no Hero PLUS ULTRA ver. featured the villains Dabi, Himiko Toga, and Twice, who were set to appear in “The ‘Ultra’ Live.”
My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage, the manga’s first stage version, premiered in April 2019 in Tokyo and Osaka.