Oh that J.K. Rowling, she's such a tease! Harry Potter and the Cursed Child just made its onstage debut in London, but now the author is hinting that the Deathly Hallows sequel play could come to a theater near you.
In response to a fan who tweeted "most of all fans, dare I say 90%, won't be able to see the play," Rowling stated:
If demand is there - remember, it's still at preview stage! - it will run for a long time AND tour - you'll see it! https://t.co/Vi4NMyCKLD— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 11, 2016
If true, this will be great news for Potter diehards, as getting tickets to the anticipated play is as easy as scoring the Hamilton lottery. According to The Independent, the resale prices have skyrocketed to £2,000. So before you rush into buying a flight to London, let's see if the play will reach stateside.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will officially open at the Palace Theatre London on July 30 (it's technically in previews now) and runs through May 2017, with the script being released via Scholastic worldwide on July 31.