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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
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What you've read is true. "The Boy Who Lived" lives again. When the Harry Potter series of novels ended, readers all over the world felt like they had just lost a group of their closest friends. Many were left with unanswered questions. At last, the live two-part stage show "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" brings this grand epic to the kind of satisfying close that fans have wanted for several years.
Harry Potter's Cast and Crew
The stage production of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" was written by Jack Thorne and based on a story he created along with J.K. Rowling and John Tiffany. The play premiered at the Palace Theatre in London's Cambridge Circus with John Tiffany directing. There are already plans in the works for new productions coming to North America, starting with runs in Toronto and New York City.
One of the biggest challenges that this production faced was in creating believable special effects on stage that could live up to the wonder of the films. In the end, the stage magic has been singled out by reviewers as one of the most spectacular aspects of the play. If you're considering snapping up "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" tickets, do so soon before it goes on the road to other parts of the world. You also want to make sure you see it before your friends spoil all of the surprise twists!
The Future of Harry Potter
When you last saw Harry Potter standing on the platform in King's Cross Station at the end of The Deathly Hallows, he was grown up and married to Ginny (née Weasley). The play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" takes place in 2020, with Harry now firmly established as the Head of Magical Law Enforcement at the Ministry of Magic. He is also now the father of three magical children, the youngest of which is Albus Severus Potter. The story follows Albus as he tries to navigate the dangers of Hogwarts while trying to get out from under his father's long shadow.
Part one of this wide-ranging tale centres on Albus, his dubious friendships and the potentially catastrophic effects of time travel. Part two takes the audience further into an alternative timeline. The entire show also examines how the troubled relationship between Harry and his son could change everything, in their world and in ours. Audience members have the option to experience the show as a two night event or one grand adventure.
Will Albus be the cursed child of the title? Should Harry and Albus change the past if they get a chance to do it? You'll have to come out to the theatre and see for yourself.
After you've secured "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" tickets, the dream doesn't have to end there. Plan to set aside time for more stage productions that spark your imagination, such as Wicked, featuring the witches from The Wizard of Oz. Alternately, you could introduce the entire family to the magic of science with Professor Brian Cox and his enchanting theories about the universe.
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