Potted Potter Tickets
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Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center
Oct 17 2015
Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place (Formerly Drury Lane Theatre)
Dec 1 2015
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Potted Potter brings you an unauthorized Harry Potter experience presenting a parodied version of the children’s favorite story, created by Jeff Turner and Daniel Clarkson. The show has been described to condense all seven Potter books into hilarity-packed seventy minutes. Jeff and Dan have been prominent in Britain for quite some time owing to their talent from bring down something serious as hell and twisting it inside-out only to come up with a basket full of laughter. They have been known as Dan and Jeff, as well as the onetime presenters of CBBC, which is the children’s network by British Broadcasting Corporation. After the completion of all seven parts of Harry Potter’s breathtaking story and with all the movies done, this play is has become the new thing for the books’ devoted Muggle fans to be fixated on. The show throws in an exciting score such as A Very Potter Musical and Potter Puppet Pals, while alongside the plot stand simple enough to be understood without paying much attention to Hogwarts’ detailed rules. Directed by the famous Richard Hurst, the musical’s Potted Potter tickets have really caught the attention of all the theater-going comedy fans the globe over.
Potted Potter traces its beginnings back to 2005 when Jeff and Dan were asked to come up with a five-minute long street show that could recapitulate the lengthy plot of the first five Harry Potter books, which was a creation aimed at entertaining the books’ fans standing in queues waiting to get hold of the sixth book at its midnight release. By 2006, the little show was on the street and had expanded into a lengthier performance that parodied the first six parts. The hour-long show premiered at Zoo Southside in Edinburgh, following which the two creators formed a partnership with director Dominic Knutton and producer James Seabright, only to premiere their show’s next version two months later at Pleasance Islington. The next year, the show took its first tour of the UK under director Richard Hurst, only a few days before the release of the seventh book. This touring continued into 2008, with performances held in many cities including London and Edinburgh Fringe, while alongside Jeff and Dan launched their next show called Potted Pirates.
In 2009, Potted Potter was handed over to a new set of cast including John Helier and David Ahmad who took it on a tour to New Zealand Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne Comedy Festival. Jeff and Dan then took the show back from the new team and prepared it for a final run in Trafalgar Studios. The following year it was put to rest while the two creators worked on Potted Panto, but it did not rest for long since in 2011 the show was brought back for yet another tour beginning at Bury St. Edmunds’ Theatre Royal, continuing at Pleasance Grand and then at Garrick Theatre in London.
Potted Potter has now been performed before sold out houses the world over, becoming exceedingly popular among the comedy-loving theater-goers, gaining positive reviews and critical acclaim in the shape of nominations for Olivier Awards in the UK in the categories of Family Awards and Best Entertainment in 2012. At the start of its world tour, the play made its premiere in North America in Toronto at the well-known Panasonic Theatre of David Mirvish, where it was presented by Potted Productions and Starvox Entertainment. After that the show opened Off-Broadway in New York City at Little Shubert Theater, which was followed by a performance in Chicago at Broadway Playhouse after which the show was taken to Harris Theatre. While touring across North America, the show will also be touring across South Africa and Australasia with cast members Gary Trainor and Jesse Briton. This is one laughter-promising, fascinating and heart-warming family production that must not be missed so get hold of some Potted Potter tickets and gather the fun. The show warmly welcomes everyone starting with six-year-old story-lovers all the way up to the grandparents.