Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Unveils Star-Studded Tour Cast

The highly anticipated Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tour has just unveiled its full roster of talented actors – and fans can expect to see some familiar faces! Kicking off in Chicago this September 2024, take a look at this stellar ensemble bringing some of your beloved characters to life.

The cast brilliantly blends veterans and newcomers, with several actors reprising roles they've played before. Fresh off the San Francisco production of Cursed Child, John Skelley will once again don the mantle of Harry Potter, while Trish Lindstrom returns as Ginny Potter after her stint in the Toronto run. Meanwhile, Emmett Smith joins the wizarding world for the first time as Harry's son Albus.
Matt Mueller, who originally played Ron Weasley on Broadway, is back as Harry's best friend. Ebony Blake elevates from the ensemble to take center stage as Hermione Granger, with Naiya Vanessa McCalla portraying their daughter Rose Granger-Weasley.

In the Malfoy dynasty, Ben Thys channels his inner Slytherin as the adult Draco Malfoy, accompanied by newcomer Aidan Close in the role of Scorpius Malfoy. Julia Nightingale takes on the enigmatic Delphi Diggory.
Rounding out the immensely gifted company is a stellar supporting ensemble featuring Kaleb Alexander, Julianna Austin, Markcus Blair, Casey Butler, Erin Chupinsky, Reese Sebastian Diaz, David Fine, Simon Gagnon, Alexis Gordon, Caleb Hafen, Lauryn Hayes, Nathan Hosner, Torsten Johnson, Katherine Leask, Markelle Leigh, Mackenzie Lesser-Roy, Evan Maltby, Zach Norton, Travis Patton, Maren Searle, Ayla Stackhouse, Jennifer Thiessen, Timmy Thompson, René Thornton Jr., Kristin Yancy, and Larry Yando portraying a myriad of enchanting characters.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child embarks on its first-ever North American tour trek beginning September 10th with preview performances at Chicago's James M. Nederlander Theatre. The official opening is slated for Thursday, September 26th, with the 21-week Chicago engagement running through February 1st, 2025. Subsequent stops include the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles and the National Theatre in Washington D.C.
A rousing congratulations to this incredibly talented tour cast poised to spread theatrical magic across the continent!