When last we saw Harry Potter, our intrepid savior of the wizarding world and the boy who lived, he was standing on the platform at Kings Cross Station, watching the Hogwarts Express fade into the distance with his two sons on board, headed to another school year. He touched his scar and we were told it hadn’t pained him in 19 years. All is well. Which, of course, we had trouble accepting considering all that Harry had been through and how unpredictable the magical world can be. Was everything really all right, or was Harry about to feel a sudden, stinging pain in that old curse scar? We get answers, of a sort, in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” but before you head off to the San Francisco production of the award-winning play (two, actually, presented as Part I and Part II), which opens Oct. 23 at the Curran theater, let’s bring you up to date about what’s happened in the world of Potter.As you know, Harry is the son of James and Lily Potter, who were killed by the most evil wizard of all time, although Gellert Grindelwald might argue the point. Lord Voldemort, acting on a prophesy… Read full this story
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