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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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Harry Potter and the Cursed child is a two-part play based on the Harry Potter stories, and occurs 19 years after the Battle of Hogwarts. It was written by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany. The script was published in book form on July 31, 2016.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the title of the astage play that opened in London's West End in 2016. J.K. Rowlingcollaborated on the project with John Tiffany (playwright) and JackThorne (director). The play will also open on Broadway. The play will be presented in two parts which are meant...
No, there are no current plans to make Harry Potter and the CursedChild into a movie. It was written as a stage play which iscurrently running in London and is due to open on Broadway.
The main characters are essentially Harry Potter and his second sonAlbus Severus Potter whose stories are somewhat juxtaposed andintertwined. Other main characters are, Scorpius Malfoy, Ginny Weasley, RonWeasley, Hermione Granger, Rose Granger-Weasley, Theodore Nott,Draco Malfoy, Amos Diggory,...
Obviously the answer to this question is a spoiler - so beware...     *SPOILER*        Harry's middle child, Albus goes to Hogwarts - with much  trepidation and pressure, as might be expected considering his  father and mother are extremely famous and accomplished. He ...
The play is divided into 2 parts with 2 acts in each part. Those  attending the play have to attend 2 different performances in order  to see both parts.
The play started previews on 7 June 2016 but the official debut  date is 30 July 2016.
If you count the previews - the first performance was at the Palace  Theatre in London, UK.in June 2016.That is also where the official  opening was scheduled in July 2016.
Installments prior to the play:    7 main books  8 movies  Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them  Quidditch Through the Ages  Tales of Beedle the Bard  the 800 word prequel that was auctioned off to aid the  charities Dyslexia Action and English PEN  Pottermore   By my count that...
J.K. Rowling (famous for writing the Harry Potter books), Jack  Thorne (mostly a script writer), and John Tiffany (theatre  directory).
Harry has the same 3 children in the play that he did in the "19  years later" epilogue of book 7 of the series.
That would be Albus Severus Potter (named after two of the greatest  Headmasters of Hogwarts).
The script started development around the end of 2012 or beginning  of 2013. The first (preview) performances began on 7 June 2016 -so  it took about 3 ½ years to completely develop.
Harry Potter is supposed to have been born on 31 July 1980. That  means that the previews of the play started almost 2 months before  what would be his 36th birthday. The official premier was scheduled  for 30 July 2016=the day before his 36th birthday.
There are currently (as of August 2016) no plans to convert the  play into a prose book. There are plans, however, to release a  "Definitive Collector's Edition" with the finalized version  of the play that will reflect any changes made during or after the  previews; the first printing was a ...
I am assuming you mean Albus, since he is the main character in  Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.    Harry's son Albus had a childhood that was very different in many  ways. First, his parents were alive, and he didn't ever have to get  farmed out to relatives. He knew about his magical...
Albus Severus Potter is the cursed child and the main character.
Unless she actually comes out and gives a statement on it, wereally don't know. When asked about it, she defended the change bystating on Twitter "brown eyes, frizzy hair and very clever. Whiteskin was never specified. Rowling loves black Hermione". Of courseshe also has acknowledged on several...
Most sources are in consensus that a movie version of HarryPotter and the Curse Child will not be made into a movie, due tothe story being made specifically for the stage (and many peoplecomplaining about the problematic storyline). However, it is beingpremiered (as a play) in Broadway, spring of...