The official website for “My Hero Academia The ‘Ultra’ Stage Honmono no Hero: PLUS ULTRA ver.” announced today that they were informed by one of the staff members on July 1 that he/she had been infected with the new coronavirus. As a result, all of the scheduled 14 shows will be held without the audience and live-streamed on the web instead.
The website writes as below:
Thank you for always supporting ‘My Hero Academia The “Ultra” Stage.’
We have been preparing for the first day of the show. But on the evening of July 1, one of the people involved in the show informed us that it was found that he/she had been infected with the new coronavirus. We asked the local health center to confirm this, and it was found that no other staff members of the show had been in close contact with the infected person. However, after a lot of discussion among the organizers, we have decided to change the form of the show from the one with the audience to a live-streaming with no audience.
Your ticket will be refunded. Details of the ticket refunds and no-audience live-streaming will be announced on the play’s official website and Twitter as soon as we confirm the situation. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, and we ask for your understanding.
「僕のヒーローアカデミア」The “Ultra” Stage 本物の英雄（ヒーロー） PLUS ULTRA ver.
— 「僕のヒーローアカデミア」The “Ultra” Stage (@heroaca_stage) July 3, 2020
Following the successful sold-out first show in the spring of 2019, the second show “My Hero Academia The ‘Ultra’ Stage: Honmono no Hero” was originally scheduled to be performed in Tokyo and Osaka from March 6 to April 5, 2020. However, most of the performances were canceled due to the spread of COVID-19 throughout Japan.
Then, it was scheduled to be returned as “PLUS ULTRA ver.” at Tokyo Dome City Hall in Tokyo from July 17 to 26, 2020. But it is effected by the COVID-19 infection again.
Key visual for the “PLUS ULTRA ver.”:
©Kohei Horikoshi/Shueisha, “My Hero Academia The ‘Ultra’ Stage” Production Committee
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