Hot off back-to-back seasons of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and sold-out shows across the United States and the United Kingdom, “Voldemort and the Teenage Hogwarts” now crosses the Pacific to make its Australian debut in Melbourne, this March.
The ways characters connect and clash is central to both “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and “Harry Potter”, and the necessary response to any situation, similarity, or relationship is to sing.
Hogwarts teachers and Dark wizards have feelings too, and there’s nothing like bursting into songs from “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” to let it all out.
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” characters express themselves through catchy, clever, ridiculous songs. What if Hogwarts students had the same entertaining tunes in their repertoires?
Imelda Staunton delivers an emotional performance exploring the world of showgirls, memory, and regret in a breathtaking revival of Stephen Sondheim’s “Follies” at the National Theatre, London.
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Dolores Umbridge actress Imelda Staunton is no stranger to the stage, having previously starred in such productions as “Into the Woods” and “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” At the moment, she of course is starring as main character Rose in popular musical “Gypsy”, which had a limited run at the Chichester Festival Theatre late last year and is now currently residing in the West End, London.
The Sunday Mirror is reporting this morning that a Harry Potter-themed musical is currently in the works.