Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

On a golden background a birds nest with a child huddling inside with his knees into his chest and wings on top is left of the title "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child parts one and two based on an original story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne & John Tiffany. A new play by Jack Thorne."

Show Details

Performance Schedule

TUESDAYS-SATURDAYS @ 7 PM ET
SUNDAYS @ 1 PM ET

Run Dates

November 12, 2021 - Open Run

Upcoming Scheduled Events

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Running Time

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Show Description

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child originally cast a spell over the world as an epic two-part event. Now, the show has been boldly restaged as one singular performance by the award-winning creative team for its return to North America. With just one ticket in hand, audiences will enjoy all the adventure the continuation of Harry's story entails in one magical afternoon or evening.
19 years after Harry, Ron and Hermione saved the wizarding world, they’re back on a most extraordinary new adventure – this time, joined by a brave new generation that has only just arrived at the legendary Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Prepare for spectacular spells, a mind-blowing race through time, and an epic battle to stop mysterious forces, all while the future hangs in the balance.

COVID Safety Information:
Broadway is committed to the health and safety of all members of its community—theatre employees, production staff, cast, and audience members. To ensure the safety of everyone in the theatre, the following policies will be in place for performances through October 31, 2021:
MASKS REQUIRED: All guests must wear a properly fitting mask over the nose and mouth in the theatre except when eating or drinking in designated areas.
VACCINATIONS REQUIRED: All guests must be fully vaccinated to enter the theatre and must present digital or physical proof at the door.
Children under 12 and people with a medical condition or closely held religious belief that prevents vaccination may show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.

Audience Advisory

Latecomers not admitted until intermission

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November 12, 2021 - Open Run

Wheelchair seating, assistive listening devices, handheld captions, and prerecorded audio description are always available.

For Show Times, see Performance Schedule above.


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Hearing: Assistive Listening Devices

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Closed Captioning

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Audio Description: Pre-recorded

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Theatre Details

Address

Lyric Theatre
213 West 42nd Street
New York City, NY 10036

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Public Transportation

By Subway: Take the 1, 2, 3, 7, S, N, Q, R, W, A, C or E train to 42nd St/ Times Square

By Bus: Take the M7, M20, M42, or M104 bus.

Additional Accessibility Details

Wheelchairs: Patrons requiring wheelchair accessible seats can purchase tickets either online at harrypotter.ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-653-8000.

Seating: Wheelchair seating is available in select orchestra locations, or in the Dress Circle Level which is accessible via elevator on the 42nd Street side of the venue. There is no accessible seating on the Balcony level.

Elevator\Escalator: An elevator is available on the 42nd Street side of the venue that can be used to access the Dress Circle Level.

Parking: A possible choice is Times Square Garage, 220 West 41st Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues, (212) 730-1777. It is NOT affliated with the Lyric Theater

Curb Ramps: There are curb ramps available at the corner of 42nd Street and 7th Avenue as well as 42nd Street and 8th Avenue.

Entrance: There are entrances to the Lyric Theatre on 42nd and 43rd Street, with a preferred accessible entrance on 42nd Street. Entrance to the building is at street level with access to an elevator to the Orchestra and Dress Circle levels.

Box Office: The Box Office has two locations, one on 42nd Street and one on 43rd Street. Both are on Street Level and feature one counter that is at an accessible height.

Restroom: There is one accessible restroom in the house left entrance vestibule. Additional Accessible restrooms are located on the Dress Circle Level.

Water Fountain: There is not an accessible water fountain.

Telephone: None on premises

Assisted Listening System: Closed Captioning is available through the GalaPro app. For more information on GalaPro, check here: https://www.galapro.com/

Visual Assistance: Vision seats are available for purchase please dial 212-556-4700 and follow the prompts for Accessibility information. Audio Description is also available through the GalaPro app. More information can be found here: https://www.galapro.com/

Folding Armrests: Transferable seats are available in select Orchestra and Dress Circle Locations. These seats can be arranged by dialing 212-556-4700 and following the prompts for Accessibility information.

Reviews (3)

What is a complete revelation, and was by no means assured, is the sheer scope and integrity of the accomplished storytelling the authors and entire creative team bring to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” ... My wager is that the lucky young ones who see these plays will be hooked on the theater for life. What could be better than that?

CONTINUE READING THE BROADWAY NEWS REVIEW

"To say that this two-part, nearly six-hour epic ... casts a spell with its fresh takes on beloved characters by J.K. Rowling — and new ones — is a major understatement. Eye-popping enchantment regularly flies off the stage." 

CONTINUE READING THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS REVIEW

"In embodying the magical with such seeming spontaneity, “Cursed Child” becomes the new gold standard for fantasy franchise entertainment on Broadway. By contrast, most of the family-courting stage versions of animated films that have ruled the theater district for so long look as stiff and artificial as parades of windup toys." 

CONTINUE READING THE NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW