tri. Stage Play Airing on TV on August 2nd


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Sep 8, 2006
Been awhile since we've heard anything of the stage play...

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The Digimon Adventure tri. Stage Play will air on Japanese channel WOWOW Live on August 2nd at 5:45pm (Japan time.)

The airing will run for a little under 3 hours, because in addition to the stage play, they'll be airing the various extras that were included when WOWOW Live aired the stage play in January. These include highlights, footage from rehearsals (likely footage from the DVD extras), along with an interview/talk with a few special guests: Gaku Matsumoto (Taichi), Shohei Hashimoto (Yamato), Hideyuki Yoshihara (Agumon's puppeteer), and Makoto Otani (Gabumon's puppeteer)

A nice surprise to get right after Odaiba Memorial for anyone who has the opportunity to watch it.

We did a full breakdown of the stage play DVD.

The Digimon Adventure tri. stage play is still available to order (Affiliate link.)
Digimon Adventure tri. Stage Play DVD

Prior Stage Play news can be found here:
Original Announcement
Male Cast & Synopsis
Digimon Cast
Female Cast, Ensemble, & Director
Costume Previews
Cast in Full Costume
Cast Comment Videos
Cast Interview
Reveal of Etemon, Tentomon, & Palmon
Agumon, Gabumon, MetalGarurumon, and Taichi & Yamato Clips
Vamdemon, Products, tri. Part 5 Footage, Piyomon, and Gomamon
tri. Stage Play Trailer and Gabumon
Special Events After Showings and Agumon Clip
Animedia Art, Interview, Agumon Clip
Rehearsal Images
DVD Announced
Digest Video
Livestreams Announced
Exhibition of the Digimon & Products on Sale at Toei Store
DVD Pre-Orders Open
Store Exclusive Details
tri. Stage Play is out on DVD! Breakdown, Scans and Screencaps
tri. Stage Play Airing on TV on January 14th
tri. Stage Play DVD Talk and Meet Event in April
Update on tri. Stage Play DVD Talk & Meet Event Guests, All 8 Kids

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Sep 10, 2006
Huh? Do they normally do this with stage plays? I know various Toku series have them but I think it's just DVDs if anything.