This week in theater news, Harry Potter alums joined the call to support 200 inspiring years of theater at the Old Vic as ambassadors headlining numerous programs and special events. New 42nd Street also announced it will award J.K. Rowling the New Victory Arts Award and host a benefit showing of Harry Potter and the...read more!
The Broadway home for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ has been rebuilt in the hope that it will run for many, many years. So why is J.K. Rowling worried?
A primer of the books and films to get you ready for the Broadway opening of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two.”
This week’s theater news centers on new and transferring productions. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child continues to charm fans in London and those anxiously waiting for their first viewing in the United States and Australia. Cursed Child associate director Des Kennedy is set to lead Good Vibrations to the stage, while Sonia Friedman Productions...read more!
It’s been a big week for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! Pottermore released a behind-the-scenes video featuring costume designer Katrina Lindsay and Cursed Child cast members. A Celebration of Harry Potter event at Universal Orlando Resort unveiled video messages from the London cast, still enjoying a successful run in the West End; the Broadway...read more!
From new ticket releases to Cursed Child to Eddie Redmayne discussing Jude Law as Dumbledore, it’s been another great week for Potter fans, and to top it all off, A Celebration of Harry Potter begins TODAY! Oscar nominations saw a multitude of Potter alumni recognised for their work, and Bloomsbury released their paperback edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to...read more!
Sales in 2017 had been buoyed by the success of children’s books by David Williams as well as JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Non-book items such greetings cards, stationery and educational toys have proved a success with browsers and now account for 10% of turnover.
It’s been another busy week in the wizarding world! Rehearsals have started for Cursed Child on Broadway, Scholastic announced 20th anniversary covers for Sorcerer’s Stone, HBO announced their Hogwarts House Challenges to celebrateShow More Summary
The cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is returning to Hogwarts! It’s now located on New York’s Great White Way, and we can feel the reverberations across America. Like gifted Legilimens, we sense the magic reviving as announcements reveal that rehearsals for the Broadway production have officially begun–“and it feels brilliant to be...read more!
With preview performances beginning March 16, rehearsals are now underway for the stateside production of London’s megahit, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” Having won 22 major theater awards in the U.K. since its opening in 2016,...Show More Summary
In an exciting week for theater news, Cursed Child director John Tiffany is among the Queen’s honorees for 2017, and original cast members head for Broadway while the second run continues to dazzle in London. As always, the actors and crew stay busy year-round–sound designer Gareth Fry will host a workshop in February, and Jack...read more!
Big holiday news from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Broadway announced today. After tickets for the upcoming New York production of the play sold out in a matter of hours earlier this fall, more tickets will be released on February 7, 2018 at 11AM ET for performances from March 16, 2018 to March 9, 2019....read more!
"Harry Potter" fans have been blessed with lots of new content from the Wizarding World in recent years, thanks to the likes of the "Fantastic Beasts" film series, the "Cursed Child" sequel play, and the ongoing awesomeness of J.K. Rowling's Twitter feed. Show More Summary
If J.K. Rowling is the muse and Jack Thorne the inspired scribe, then John Tiffany is the visionary behind Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Or rather, and perhaps more fittingly, the magician. He conjured an experience out of a screenplay, opening the door to a world of wizardry and fantasy that, all the same,...read more!
Harry Potter alums of the film series and stage production are extremely talented and, thus, understandably busy and successful! In addition to a new batch of tickets for the London production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child going on sale Wednesday, December 6, this week sees the announcement of the WhatsOnStage Awards Nominations just...read more!
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This week in theater news we get to see a few of the many ways the Harry Potter story continues to impact performing arts around the world. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child shows no sign of diminishing success in London as a new round of tickets will be released in December! The production, moving...read more!
In this week’s theater news, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child picked up yet another award, Anthony Boyle announced plans to appear in Belfast for a Christmas benefit concert, Jack Thorne’s King Kong musical set a premiere date, Jim Broadbent is named as the star of a new play from Martin McDonagh, and Sonia Friedman,...read more!
In this week’s theater news, Harry Potter fans have the opportunity to purchase tickets to a special performance of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Girl From the North Country, starring Shirley Henderson and Ciarán Hinds, moves to a new theater and begins a winter run, and Jack Thorne’s latest drama, Kiri, for Channel 4 airs...read more!
Remember A Child’s Garden of Curses? Here‘s a nice followup in the Guardian by Emma Byrne, an artificial intelligence researcher and the author of Swearing Is Good for You: “Philip Pullman Litters New Children’s Book With Swear Words.” So ran the Daily Mail’s headline introducing pearl-clutching coverage of his bad language in the newly published […]