Tickets for Daniel Radcliffe’s Latest Broadway Production Nearly Sold Out

We’re all pretty preoccupied with another Potter-related play this morning, but there’s yet more good news for US fans this summer – tickets for Daniel Radcliffe’s latest Broadway production, Privacy, are now on sale!

Missed hearing about Privacy when it was first announced that Radcliffe would be starring in the production? Here’s what it’s about:

Who are you? Are you the websites you visit, the music you download, the photos you post? Do you measure your value by your followers and your likes? Who’s listening to you? And whom are you watching back..?

Olivier-nominated playwright James Graham and award-winning director Josie Rourke, whose most recent collaboration THE VOTE was nominated for a BAFTA, reunite to bring this wildly inventive exploration of the digital age to the Public Theater in a co-production with London’s acclaimed Donmar Warehouse. Inspired by the revelations of Edward Snowden, and drawing on dozens of exclusive interviews with the country’s top journalists, politicians and academics, Privacy explores our complicated relationship with technology and data through the funny and heartbreaking travails of one lonely guy arriving in the city to figure out how to like, tag and share his life without giving it all away.

Charge your phone and leave it ON for this fascinating dive online and into a new reality where we’re all connected… for better or worse.

It certainly sounds like it’s going to be a unique theater-going experience! Privacy runs from July 5 to August 15 in New York City, and you can buy tickets right here.

As of this writing, tickets only remain for performances on August 9–14 – so best be quick if you’re hoping to secure a seat!

Jessica J.

I've been making magic at MuggleNet since 2012, when I first joined the staff as a News intern. I've never wavered from the declaration in my childhood journal, circa October 2000: "I LOVE Harry Potter! If I clean my room, my mom says she'll make me a dinner a wizard would love!" Proud Gryffindor; don't hate.