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New Harry Potter Story

J.K. Rowling

J.K. Rowing has written a new Harry Potter story which will be presented on stage as a new play.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is an upcoming West End stage play written by Jack Thorne based on a story by J. K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, and featuring Harry Potter as the hero. The play will tell the “untold part” of the boy wizard’s story, including the story of the lives of his murdered parents. Slated to open in the summer of 2016 at the Palace Theatre, London, England, Rowling is collaborating with an experienced team to bring the production to the stage.

The stage play based on Harry Potter has been in development for three years. Created by J.K. Rowling, the Harry Potter series spans seven novels, selling more than 450 million copies which was turned into an eight-part film series, which grossed more than 4 billion dollars around the world. In addition theme parks such as The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and studio tours of the sets used in the films have opened based around the series. At the time of the announcement Rowling revealed that the play would “explore the previously untold story of Harry’s early years as an orphan and outcast”.

Recently on Twitter, Rowling has tried to dispel rumors about the project and clarify some of the facts.

First of all, it’s not a prequel. Although Rowling is remaining tight-lipped about the story’s plot, she’s been adamant about one thing: this is not a prequel. She’s really, really serious about that.

This play will tell a NEW story. Even though the play’s title is very similar to all the Harry Potter book titles, Rowling promises the story will be new. It won’t just be a theatrical rehashing of any of the Harry Potter stories.
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The show will be opening in London next year. No other announcements for extended dates have yet been announced. That means U.S. crowds will just have to wait and hope the play does well enough in London to debut stateside as well. But this is Harry Potter we’re talking about — anything the boy wizard touches turns to gold.

This is Rowling’s first Harry Potter play, and some fans are confused as to why she chose the medium. Considering the page length of the original book series and the whimsical special effects in the film series, the theater world doesn’t seem like an obvious choice. How could young witches and wizards possibly play Quidditch on a West End stage? Never fear — Rowling quelled fans’ nerves by tweeting that a play was the “only proper medium for the story.”

On 26 June 2015, the project was officially confirmed under the title of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and it was revealed it would receive its world premiere in the summer of 2016 at London’s Palace Theatre. The announcement marked the eighteenth anniversary of the publication of the first Harry Potter novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, published on 26 June 1997.

Aside from Rowling, the creative team behind the play includes an array of award-winning theater folks. The play is directed by John Tiffany, with choreography by Steven Hoggett, set design by Christine Jones, costume design by Katrina Lindsay, lighting design by Neil Austin, music by Imogen Heap and sound design by Gareth Fry. In addition special effects will be created by Jeremy Chernick.

The plot details might still be hazy, but there’s little doubt Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will have a magical effect at the West End box office.
It will be at the 1,400-seat Palace Theatre, which was home to theatrical blockbuster Les Miserables for a record 19 years.

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