My Hero Academia Stage Play
Photo Credit: A True Hero PLUS ULTRA ver. - Stage Play

My Hero Academia stage play‘s official website declared on Tuesday that the My Hero Academia: A True Hero PLUS ULTRA ver. stage play has been postponed because of two individuals in the production staff testing positive for the CoronaVirus pandemic.

The infected staff members are experiencing treatment, and the staff have checked that these two didn’t come into close contact with any other individual in the production. In any case, the play’s production advisory group clarified that the circumstance has made practices troublesome.

The My Hero Academia: A True Hero PLUS ULTRA ver. was scheduled to run at the Tokyo Dome City Hall from July 17 to 26. Notwithstanding, the production council affirmed on July 4 that one individual engaged with the creation had tested positive for CoronaVirus pandemic three days sooner. Subsequently, the staff chose to stream the exhibitions live without an in-person crowd. The new declaration on Tuesday doesn’t affirm if the two individuals who tried constructive incorporate the person who was analyzed on July 1, or two more persons.

The forthcoming play will highlight returning cast and staff. Returning staff individuals incorporate Tsuneyasu Motoyoshi as chief, Hideyuki Nishimori as scriptwriter, Shunsuke Wada as author, and Umebō as choreographer.

My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage, the first stage play of the manga, ran in Tokyo and Osaka in April 2019.

The establishment’s second stage play, My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage: Honmono no Hero (A True Hero), was planned to run at the Shingawa Prince Hotel Stellar Ball in Tokyo from March 6 to 22, and at the Umeda Arts Theater Drama City in Osaka from March 27 to April 5. The majority of the exhibitions were dropped because of the spread of CoronaVirus pandemic. My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage: Honmono no Hero PLUS ULTRA ver. is the “finished variant” of the play, and will highlight the lowlifess Dabi, Himiko Toga, and Twice, who were scheduled to show up in “The ‘Ultra’ Live.” The reprobates will have more force in the new form of the play.