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Off-Broadway News Harry Potter-Inspired Puffs Opens July 17 at New World Stages The comedy has conjured an open-ended engagement at the Off-Broadway venue.

Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic has transferred yet again, this time to New World Stages for an open-ended engagement. The Harry Potter–inspired comedy, which has delighted audiences and critics alike, officially opens at its new home July 17.

The play debuted last fall at New York’s Peoples Improv Theater Off-Off-Broadway before moving Off-Broadway to the Elektra, where it played through July 2.

Puffs transfers with a new set, new creatures, and the introduction of family-friendly performances.

The comedy follows the lives of the wizard classmates who, unlike Harry and his friends, weren't in the limelight. The play is written by Matt Cox, directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker, and originally produced by Stephen Stout and Colin Waitt.

The cast of Puffs is made up of Langston Belton, Madeleine Bundy, Jessie Cannizzaro, Nick Carrillo, Anna Dart, A.J. Ditty, Julie Ann Earls, James Fouhey, Jake Keefe, Andy Miller, Zac Moon, Eleanor Philips, and Stephen Stout.

Flip through the gallery below for Puffs-inspired Broadway poster art:

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Puffs features production and costume design by Madeleine Bundy, lighting design by Herrick Goldman, sound design by Matt Cox and original music by Brian Hoes.

The new Off-Broadway production is presented by Tilted Windmills Theatricals, Stamatios Tom Hiotis, John Paterakis, George Stephanopoulos and Jonathan Feinsilver, in association with GG Entertainment, Invisible Wall Productions and Eric Kelhoffer, and Stout and Waitt. Jumpstart Entertainment serves as general manager.

For tickets and more information, visit PuffsthePlay.com.


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