Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Ends San Francisco Run September 11 | Playbill

San Francisco Theatre Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Ends San Francisco Run September 11

The production opened at the Curran Theatre in 2019.

San Francisco Cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Matthew Murphy

San Francisco's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child finishes its run September 11 at the Curran Theater. The production originally opened in 2019, subsequently reopening in the condensed one-part revision February 9 of this year.

The play, written by Jack Thorne and based on a story by J.K. Rowling, Thorne, and director John Tiffany, follows Harry Potter’s youngest son as he starts his first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

John Skelley plays the title wizard, alongside Steve O’Connell as Ron Weasley, Lily Mojekwu as Hermione Granger, Lucas Hall as Draco Malfoy, and Abbi Hawk as Ginny Potter. The next generation of wizards features Benjamin Papac as Albus Potter, Folami Williams as Rose Granger-Weasley, and Jon Steiger as Scorpius Malfoy.

Rounding out the cast are Chadd Alexander, John Alix, William Bednar-Carter, Ebony Blake, Melanie Brezill, Shannon Cochran, Jamyl Dobson, Irving Dyson Jr., Gary-Kayi Fletcher, Eleasha Gamble, Kita Grayson, Logan James Hall, Corey Hedy, Chance Marshaun Hill, Nathan Hosner, Timothy W. Hull, Nick Hyland, Charles Janasz, Joey LaBrasca, Joel Leffert, Chanté Odom, Erik Evan Olson, Christian Pedersen, Elise Southwick, Tuck Sweeney, Geoffrey Wade, Lauren Zakrin, and Brittany Zeinstra.

John Tiffany, director of the original Broadway and London productions, oversees a creative team that includes Steven Hoggett (movement), Christine Jones (set), Katrina Lindsay (costumes), Imogen Heap (music and arrangements), Neil Austin (lighting), Gareth Fry (sound), Jamie Harrison (illusions and magic), and Martin Lowe (music supervision and arrangements).

Cursed Child is also playing in London, Melbourne, New York City, Toronto, and Hamburg.

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