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On weekend afternoons, the show has been lightly transfigured so that wizards ages 8+ can attend, and parents can relax knowing their kids won't learn any new curses. Evening shows are appropriate for ages 13+ and include some adult language.
Synopsis
For seven years a certain boy wizard went to Wizard School. This, however, is not his story. This is the story of the Puffs… who just happened to be there too. Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic is a Potter-inspired comedy that “never goes more than a minute without a laugh” (Nerdist) and gives you a new look at a familiar adventure from the perspective of three new heroes just trying to make it through magic school. Alongside them are the Puffs, a group of well-meaning, loyal rejects with a thing for badgers "who are so lovable and relatable, you’ll leave the theater wishing they were in the stories all along” (Hollywood Life). Their “hilariously heartfelt!” (Metro) and epic journey reimagines what a boy wizard hero can be.
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Venue
New World Stages
340 West 50th Street
New YorkNY 10019
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Running time
100 minutes, no intermission
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On weekend afternoons, the show has been lightly transfigured so that wizards ages 8+ can attend, and parents can relax knowing their kids won't learn any new curses. Evening shows are appropriate for ages 13+ and include some adult language.
Critic reviews
Any Potter fans visiting New York City absolutely must take in this play.
Hypable
Exudes a jovial, winking fondness for all things Harry!
The New York Times
A hilarious new Off-Broadway play!
Mashable
An alternative narrative for the underdog.
Wall Street Journal