Lyric Theatre in New York City | New York City, NY
It’s not easy to experience the very best theatre performance, until today, because Harry Potter and The Cursed Child is coming to the unbelievable Lyric Theatre in New York City, New York on Wednesday 28th September 2022 for a live performance. Written by BAFTA, Tony and Olivier award-winner Jack Thorne and directed by Olivier and Tony award winner John Tiffany, this is the eighth story in the Harry Potter breathtaking series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage, bringing together some of the most exciting talent working in the theatre today. This brings one of the top theater performances back to this beautiful city for a performance certain to put a smile to your face. Even the hardest work week becomes better after seeing this one-off show. That’s because Harry Potter and The Cursed Child has a history of delivering astounding shows that combine their passion and astounding energy to delight audiences and win new fans at every show. So don’t let this show pass you by. Click the Buy Tickets button below to book your tickets while stocks last!
Who is The Cursed Child? Could it be Harry, now 40 and haunted by trauma and regret? Could it be his son, Albus, who is spending his first years in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry followed around by his father’s shadow, impossible to follow? Or maybe it is Draco’s son, Scorpius, who, against all odds has developed a real bond with the lonely and outcast Albus? Or, most likely it is another exciting new character we encounter throughout the two-part, five-hour play. We may not know who The Cursed child is, but we are certain that any Harry Potter fan or a fan of remarkable theater should experience Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, the “dazzling stage magic” referred to as “the biggest theater hit of modern times”. See your favorite characters develop right in front of you and feel the magic of witchcraft and Wizardry on Wednesday 28th September 2022 at Lyric Theatre. Order your tickets now.