From page to stage to screen, the magic is real at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.
Prepare to see the characters that you've known and loved your entire life in a thrilling new adventure that begins 19 years after the events of the Deathly Hollows.
The entirety of the Lyric Theatre has been transfigured to immerse you in this magical world where epic duels, extraordinary spells and beloved characters come to life.
Filled with unprecedented stage magic and thrilling storytelling, this Tony Award-winning show is a unforgettable experience unlike anything else you will ever see.
Running Time: Part 1: 2 hrs & 40 mins; Part 2: 2 hrs & 35 mins
Wednesdays: 2:00pm (Part 1) and 7:30pm (Part 2)
Thursdays: 7:30pm (Part 1)
Fridays: 7:30pm (Part 2)
Saturdays: 2:00pm (Part 1) and 7:30pm (Part 2)
Sundays: 2:00pm (Part 1) and 7:30pm (Part 2)
Featured Reviews For Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ review: Wild about two-part Broadway epic - New York Daily News
As with any story, it's all in the telling. What's so wondrous is how low-tech stagecraft brings such high-definition delight as the action unfolds on the Christine Jones' arch-filled set filled with glow and gloom by Neil Austin. Suitcases turn into train cars; bookcases come alive; mobile staircases whirl as if in a living Escher print. Music by Imogen Heap and movement by Steven Hoggett create their own pinch-me moments.
HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD: BROADWAY’S ENCHANTED KINGDOM - NY Stage Review
And mind you, the show is all special effects. But while there is a good deal of machinery and a greater deal of millions behind it all, the specialest effect that shines through-and, truly, makes Cursed Child what it is-is high-grade theatrical imagination. We can easily list the admirable production staff: Christine Jones (sets), Katrina Lindsay (costumes), Neil Austin (lighting), Finn Ross and Ash Woodward (video), Gareth Fry (sound), Jamie Harrison (illusions and magic), Carole Hancock (hair, wigs and make-up) and Imogen Heap (composer and arranger). It is not quite so easy, though, to separate their accomplishments: everything blends in to create this wizardrous mélange. Prime among Tiffany's team is "movement director" Steven Hoggett, of both Once and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Cursed Child is a true collaboration between Tiffany and Hoggett, and quite something to see.