“She walked slowly, not because of her fatigue but rather to calm her anxious heart. For tomorrow’s announcement may very well unveil the secret she had been keeping for years.”
“My philosophy is that worrying means you suffer twice.”
Before The Boy Who Lived and He Who Must Not Be Named, the world of magic was a wonderfully beautiful yet hauntingly dangerous place, where good and evil still collided – the good fighting to maintain order in both the magical and muggle world as the darkness attempts to consume whatever lies in its path. Introducing the story of Newt Scamander, the famous Hufflepuff Magizoologist who wrote the popular Hogwarts text Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, J.K. Rowling brings us on another exciting adventure full of laughs and wonder. Both witty and mysterious, this awe-inspiring story will have readers wanting more. Will Newt find all his creatures? Will Rowling’s screenplay live up to the classic Harry Potter series?
“Those we love never truly leave us, Harry. There are things that death cannot touch.”
Nineteen years after the great fall of He Who Must Not Be Named, the magical world beyond our Muggle grasp has been brought back to life in Thorne’s screenplay Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. With the introduction of new characters and the return of those we all know and love, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child brings to the forefront a new tale full of action pact scenes and witty commentary. Will the play compare to Rowling’s Harry Potter series?