Due to the fear of coronavirus sweeping the world, many performances of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child have been canceled throughout the world, especially on Broadway.
Unfortunately, with everything going on with coronavirus, it means that many of the Harry Potter thinks we love out in the world are being postponed and some of that extends to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
With Broadway closing their doors until April and now Germany canceling some productions, there Is going to be a backlog of Harry Potter fans heading back to Hogwarts with Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, and their kids.
So, what to do if you had tickets to the show that got canceled (or even if you didn’t)? What if you reread the play and used those in your house to sing along with you? It’s so strange being locked away in our homes, so why not at least make a bit of fun and get to act out Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the process? You’ll have to fight over who gets to be Harry but still.
The show, in New York at least, it meant to resume in mid-April again (unless Broadway going dark extends past that date) but even if you are able to get your tickets back, you’ll have to plan to get back to the city if you’re from out of town and make arrangements.
Right now though, it’s for the better that we’re all safe and if it means leaving Harry Potter and the Cursed Child alone for a minute, that’s just what we’ll have to do.
Have tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and have to reschedule them? Let us know how you’re coping in the comments below!
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