Now that Ruriko choose Hinako for the leading heroine role, will Hinako get over her nervousness before the actual performance?
From the looks of it, it seems that Hinako is getting better at acting. However, she has a hard time mastering the dance routines. Thankfully, Chiaki eventually helps her, which causes Yua to become jealous. It’s funny how Yua becomes nervous when Chiaki comes to her. It’s obvious that she doesn’t know how to react.
Of course, It doesn’t get any better when Hinako crashes into Yua many times. Of course, this doesn’t help with Hinako looking attractive in her training outfit, which causes Yua to become jealous. Still, it’s clear that Hinako is doing her best despite her clumsiness. Even in later practices, she still has trouble getting the dance routines down with only a week left before the actual performance.
While cleaning the bookshop, Hinako comes across a book about beginning theater. She looked at a page containing practice methods with one acting like animals. With that, Hinako eventually tried to act like an animal. Kuina tries to help as they try to act like birds. Eventually, Chiaki shows how it’s done by imitating a cat and a dog.
Despite the animal poses, it seems that Hinako is not improving. As mentioned earlier, she is still crashing into people. Of course, Yua is going to become upset, which causes Hinako to worry. Eventually, Hinako tries to practice more in the shop with Kuina’s help, but it caused her to make a big mess. In short, the girls decide to practice in the park as Yua spies on her. Mayuki helps Hinako with the dancing while Chiaki assists her with memorizing the lines.
While they practiced a bit more while the sun sets, it’s obvious that Hinako is serious about perfecting her performance. Yua eventually realizes this when she hears that Hinako wants to change and don’t to be a failshrimp. In other words, Yua can’t hate Hinako. After a while, she comes out of the bushes and helps Hinako. With that, will Hinako be ready before the cultural festival?. We’ll see.