Oniwa Asahi's just starting his high-school life, and he's decided it's time to turn over a new leaf and learn how to make friends and get to know those around him. How does someone who's terrible at interacting with other people go about doing that, though? Turns out, it's as easy as joining the Theatre Club and its quirky cast of characters, including the captain Imari, who seems to have his own issues opening up to others.
I love it so much!!?? As someone who was passionate about acting it even brought me to tears even though only the first volume is out. I hope the fandom will grow and we'll get translations sooner. This is honestly all I could ask for in a manga. The main character is incredibly relatable. It feels like I'm just reading about myself. All the doubts and interests. The side characters all have their individual personality and I'm assuming we will get to see their complexes/ backgrounds soon. I'm really excited to see where it goes. For now (even though I know it is soon to decide) it is incredibly good. If you are debating on whether or not it's worth it- it's worth it.
this manga is so good, i would definitely watch it if it get animated. still cant believe its not BL
i really enjoyed reading this manga i cant wait for more chapters more people should read it i dont do reviews that much like...at all but i was so compelled to write a review about this manga thats how much i liked it even though it has only one volume out so far that one volume really shocked me i honestly never expected much when i saw the cover but im glad i gave it a shot :] the mc is so relatable and imari as well its really worth the read give it a shot
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