In the play, Harry is now 37 and married to Ginny, sister of his friend Ron Weasley.
Anthony Boyle, left, has been praised for his performance as Scorpius Malfoy.
Jamie Parker as Harry Potter, centre, speaking to Sam Clemmett as Albus in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” Photo” Manuel Harlan
Jamie Parker as Harry Potter in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Photograph: Manuel Harlan
A scene from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Photograph: Manuel Harlan
Sam Clemmett as Albus Potter. Photograph: Manuel Harlan
Pupils at Hogwarts stand under banners of the four school houses in a scene from “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” Photograph Manuel Harlan
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is running at the Palace Theatre in London.
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” in London seems to be the London equivalent of “Hamilton” on Broadway in NYC: glowing reviews, tremendously theatricality, fine performances, terrific tech team, and sold out forever.
Now all we have to do is wait for the show, which opened Monday, to cross the pond and come here. Maybe, both will run simultaneously here and abroad, drawing young audiences to live theater. What could be better!?
A female president? But, I digress.
Click on the following to read the London reviews, plus the save American papers who sent thier own:
New York Times: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Casts a Spell Onstage
USA TODAY: ‘Cursed Child’ has that Harry Potter magic
The Guardian: Harry Potter and the ‘Cursed Child’ review – duel of dark and light carried off with dazzling assurance
All the others, so far: Harry Potter and the ‘Cursed Child’ reviews roundup