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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Rakes in $2.7M | Sets Guinness Record

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has upped the ante with its latest record of the highest weekly gross for a play in Broadway history.

The magical universe of Harry Potter expands its glorious run by breaking more records, this time securing its position on the block with the highest weekly gross for a play in Broadway history. It surpassed its record for the holiday week ending December 31 pulling $2.72 million over eight performances at the Lyric Theatre. With over 330 million in total sales and over 2.583 million tickets sold, the play has also entered the Guinness World Records as the highest-grossing non-musical play in Broadway history.

The world changes, and Harry Potter endures

Harry Potter’s illustrious legacy continues with its latest milestone, but the franchise is hardly new to such feats. Since its debut in 1997, JK Rowling’s magical world has continued to titillate audiences of all ages all over the world. Its triumph on Broadway is hardly surprising, given the success of previous unofficial Harry Potter stage shows and musicals. Yet, the Cursed Child is unique in that it reworks what is familiar into a novel experience for both die-hard fans and new audiences alike. With its latest record, the play proves that you can, in fact, teach an old dog new tricks.

Enter the mesmerizing world of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Use the Lyric Theatre seating chart to book your seats and experience the magic firsthand.

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