Harry potter and the cursed child book not play
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One and Two by J.K. RowlingWhich is exactly what's happened to a few eager Potterheads, who appear not to have quite taken on the direct warnings of J. Rowling; now raging are they that the released publication of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is merely the script of the stage play and not a full novel. Indeed, to clarify further, Cursed Child isn't entirely a Rowling product; the cover quite clearly stating the work is a collaboration between the Harry Potter author and playwright Jack Thorne stating, "Based on an original new story by J. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne. A new play by Jack Thorne. All this has been repeatedly pointed out, including by Rowling herself on social media ; yet still an inevitable rage seemed to brew within the fan community, when a few dreams climbed too high and too lofty in hopes of an 8th novel in the Potter franchise. Here's a selection from the script's Amazon page :.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One and Two
Rowling , John Tiffany , and Thorne. The play opened on Broadway on 22 April at the Lyric Theatre , with previews starting on 16 March The play is considered to be the eighth official story in the Harry Potter series. The play received enthusiastic critical reception. At the Laurence Olivier Awards , the London production received a record-breaking eleven nominations and won an again record-breaking nine awards, including Best New Play.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Fans rage against script format despite and the Cursed Child is merely the script of the stage play and not a full novel. " WARNING THIS BOOK WAS NOT WRITTEN BY JK ROWLING.
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To mark the official opening of the play, a Special Rehearsal Edition script book has been released. The script has sparked a new wave of Pottermania, becoming the most pre-ordered book of in both the UK and the US. And once people have had this theatrical experience, they will understand why this was the perfect medium for the story. I'm thrilled to see it realised so beautifully but, no, Harry is done now. Part I clocks in at two hours and 40 minutes, with Part II running five minutes shorter, meaning overall the play is just over five hours long. Fans can choose to watch both parts over a single day, or buy tickets for performances on consecutive evenings.