Cast Bios

  • SARAH AFFUL, Hermione Granger

    Currently based in Toronto, Sarah Afful has graced some of Canada’s biggest stages. As an award winning actor, Sarah has spent the past six seasons at the Stratford Festival garnering rave reviews, with critics calling her a “star in the making” and describing her as both confident and charismatic. She was also nominated for a Dora award for most outstanding performance in Orlando at Soulpepper Theatre Company. She most recently was featured in Julius Caesar at Crow’s Theatre and played Stevie Wonder in Musical Stage Company’s UnCovered. Sarah is overjoyed to be a part of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, getting to play Hermione is a dream come true.


    Firstly, Ryan is eternally grateful for his family. SELECTED THEATRE: Book of Mormon (Broadway), Fences (Centuar), Color Purple (Neptune, Citadel, MTC) Twelfth Night (Theatre Calgary), Sousatzka (Teatro Proscenium Ltd.),  Oil and Water (Artistic Fraud), Metamorphoses (National Arts Centre), Feelgood (Theatre New Brunswick) Master Harold and the Boys (Thousand Islands Playhouse). SELECTED FILM AND TV: Tokens (Webseries)Between (Netflix), 21Thunder (Netflix), Frankie Drake (CBC), Taken (NBC),Hudson and Rex (City TV), Working Moms (CBC) Rogue (DirecTV), Blue Mountain State (Spike TV) Copper (BBC America), Get Rich or Die Trying (Universal) Ryan is also a trained operatic tenor who has performed across North America and Italy.


    Thomas Mitchell Barnet is a Canadian actor of theatre and film. He currently plays Sam Lesser on the Netflix show Locke and Key. His theatre credits include Treasure Island, Romeo and Juliet, and Shakespeare in Love at the Stratford Festival where he also completed a year of the Birmingham conservatory. He also was nominated for his work in “True Love Lies” at the Citadel.  His TV credits include Saving Hope, Murdoch Mysteries, and Wayne. Thomas is also a playwright and songwriter. @tommytommytommyb


    Nick Boegel is making his Mirvish debut in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and he couldn’t be more excited to be joining this incredible cast of Canadian wizards!  Nick has spent the past three years studying Music Theatre Performance at Sheridan College and he’s grateful to the class of 2021 for inspiring him with their artistry and resilience! THEATRE: Cabaret (Theatre Sheridan), Island Song (Bay on Stage), Broadway Back to School (EdTA). FILM/TV: Christmas Inheritance, Letterkenny, Last Chance for Christmas. He would also like to thank his friends and family for their unwavering support during this wild adventure!


    Recent theatre credits include: Never Not Once (Theatre Aquarius), The Candidate/The Party (Citadel Theatre); The Wars, Chariots of Fire (Grand Theatre); Sequence (Tarragon); seven seasons at The Shaw Festival, five seasons at Stratford and over 20 productions with the Soulpepper Theatre Company. Kevin recently performed as the Narrator in Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra’s Western Canadian tour of Circle of Creation. TV credits include recent appearances on Kim’s Convenience, Saving Hope, Designated Survivor, and the feature film Through Black Spruce. Kevin can be seen on the upcoming series Grand Army.


    Michael Chiem is a Calgary born Toronto based actor. He studied acting at the University of Calgary, as well as theatre conservatories Studio 58, and the National Theatre School of Canada. Recent credits include: Casimir and Caroline (The Howland Company at Crow’s Theatre); Asking For It (Thousand Islands Playhouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare in Action); As You Like It (Shakespeare BASH’d); Now We Are (2b theatre company/Outside The March). He would like to thank his family for their support and sacrifices, without which none of this would be possible. Instagram @itschiem


    For Mirvish: STUFF HAPPENS. Elsewhere: RENOVATIONS FOR SIX, JACK OF DIAMONDS (Theatre Aquarius); CYMBELINE, THE GRAPES OF WRATH (Stratford Festival); TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, (Thousand Island Playhouse); WILD MOUTH, HUMBLE BOY (Tarragon Theatre). Multiple productions at the famed Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia and multiple seasons at the Shaw Festival. Television: HOLLY HOBBIE (Hulu/Family Channel), ANNE WITH AN E (CBC/Netflix), SCHITTS CREEK (CBC). Film: GEORGETOWN, MANEATER, EQUUS with Richard Burton. Other: His latest play, FOR A GOOD TIME CALL…, co-written by Marcia Kash is currently playing its second year in Europe. Ian is delighted to join the company, especially for his Potter-mad family. 


    Recent acting credits include: The Outsider (Stage West Calgary), Bed and Breakfast (Arts Club, Blyth, Globe, GCTC, Belfry, Centaur), Ed’s Garage (Port Stanley), Prairie Nurse (Factory/Thousand Islands Playhouse), A Christmas Carol (Theatre New Brunswick),Measure for Measure, The Winter’s Tale (Groundling). Also one of Canada’s most popular playwrights, Mark is the author of Stag and Doe; Bed and Breakfast; The Birds and the Bees; Boys, Girls, and Other Mythological Creatures; and The New Canadian Curling Club. His plays have been produced across the country and internationally, and are published by Scirocco Drama. Mark grew up on his family’s farm near Glencoe, Ontario, studied theatre at University of Toronto and Sheridan College, and now lives in Stratford.


    Raquel Duffy has been a resident artist has performed in over twenty shows with Soulpepper Theatre Company over the past 11 years. Select plays include The Seagull, Wedding at Aulis, RoseThe Goat or, Who is Sylvia?, Animal Farm, Of Human Bondage, Spoon River, Alligator Pie, It’s a Wonderful Life, Noises Off, The 39 Steps, The Just, The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine, Idiot’s Delight, Angels in America, Tartuffe. Other theatres include Theatre Aquarius, Tarragon Theatre, Stratford Festival, Neptune Theatre, Theatre New Brunswick, Charlottetown Festival, and. Raquel has received one Dora Award and 8 Dora nominations.

  • SARA FARB, Delphi Diggory

    Sarah Farb “Delphi” in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Broadway); five seasons at The Stratford Festival with shows including Romeo and Juliet, A Little Night Music, Anne Frank, King Lear, world premieres of The Last Wife and The Virgin Trial; Fun Home (Musical Stage Company/Mirvish — Dora nom); Canadian premiere of The Humans (Canadian Stage/Citadel), Next to Normal (Tarragon Theatre & Theatre Calgary/Citadel); R-E-B-E- C-C-A (playwright and performer, Theatre Passe Muraille). Sara is the bookwriter for Kelly v. Kelly, which she wrote with Britta Johnson (music and lyrics) and which had its world premiere in Toronto in 2020 with the Canadian Stage and Musical Stage Companies. She is also the bookwriter for Bremen Rock City, co-written with Colleen Dauncey (music) and Akiva Romer Segal (lyrics).


    Bryce Fletch is thrilled to be apart of the first Toronto company of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. He is an actor, writer, storyteller, and poet. Training: Sheridan College, Queens University, and George Brown‘s Acting Conservatory. Some theatre credits include Goodbye Paris (Canadian Premiere), A Little Night Music (Dan School), Turtleneck (emerGENce Theatre), Adventure Island (Theatre by the Bay), and Like a Kite (NNPF). You can connect with him on social media @BryceSFletch and on YouTube at Bryce Fletch.


    Born and raised in New BrunswickSimon has now called Toronto home for the last couple of years. Selected theatre credits include: Antigone: 方 (Dora nomination for best ensemble), A Million Billion Pieces (Young People’s Theatre), Prairie Nurse (Lighthouse Festival Theatre), Rose’s Clothes (Thousand Islands Playhouse), Jessie Reyez: One Night Only (Jessie Reyez/Redbull Music), The Rover, The Threepenny Opera, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (National Theatre School of Canada). Training: National Theatre School of Canada, Queen’s University. Social: @gagnonsmo 


    Raylene Harewood is a Canadian actor who has been working in the industry for nearly 10 years. She is a graduate of Studio 58’s three year acting program and has since worked in film & television and theatre. Raylene has been on stages in Winnipeg, Vancouver and now Toronto. She has also had supporting lead, recurring guest and guest star roles in multiple television programs. Two of her favourite theatre credits are “Lil Inez” in Rainbow Stage’s 2011 production of Hairspray and “Lydia Bennet” in the Arts Club’s 2016 production of Pride and Prejudice. This Hufflepuff is incredibly grateful this opportunity. Enjoy the magic!

  • SUSAN HENLEY, Dolores Umbridge

    Ms. Henley has performed coast to coast in major theatres across Canada and the U.S, and is delighted to be a part of the magic of HPATCC. Mirvishes:  Kismet, Hairspray, Calendar Girls. Charlottetown Festival: 7 seasons Stratford Festival: 3 seasons Selected Theatre:  Pinocchio, Anne of Green Gables, Spoon River, Closer Than Ever, (Dora award for Best Production) The Bacchae, Leonard Cohen Show, Comedy of Errors, Guys and Dolls, A Christmas Carol, Evangeline, Into the Woods, Boeing, Boeing, Joni Mitchell Project, The House of Martin Guerre. Irma La Douce. To my men, Michael, Marek and Lyndon, I love you so much. Big, big thank you to Sheila McCarthy.


    Mirvish debut. Other credits include: American Idiot, Let It Be (Stephenville Theatre Festival), Nine, Cabaret, Guys & Dolls (Theatre Sheridan), RENT, Sunday In The Park With George (OKTC Alumni). Training: Sheridan College Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance, Class of 2020. A lifelong Slytherin, Wychita is incredibly grateful to be making his swing debut in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. He would like to thank his family for their incredible support, and all the people who continue to believe in him as he fulfills his dreams.

  • BRAD HODDER, Draco Malfoy

    Theatre: 8 seasons at the Stratford Festival including An Ideal Husband, Shakespeare in Love, She Stoops to Conquer, King Lear & Othello; The Virgin Trial (Soulpepper); Hail (RCAT); Pride & Prejudice (Grand Theatre); Fear of Flight (Artistic Fraud); Pains of Youth (c2c)

    Film & Television: Reign, Republic of Doyle, Diverted, Above & Beyond

    Directing: Fleeto, Oh, The Humanity, The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love Suicide (Tiny Room); Henry IV:I, Caesar, Dream (Perchance), The Leisure Society, Autobahn, Stendhal Syndrome (c2c). Associate Director: Winter’s Tale, Measure for Measure, Lear (Groundling) Assistant Director: The Crucible (Stratford)

    Training: BFA (Acting), University of Alberta; Birmingham Conservatory; Michael Langham Workshop 


    Asha James is absolutely thrilled to be making her Mirvish Productions debut in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. In December 2013 she was fortunate to see their production of Aladdin. Today she feels truly blessed to be able to perform on the very same stage that opened her eyes to how magical theatre can be. She is a graduate of York University’s Acting Conservatory program. Her past credits include: Theory (Tarragon Theatre), In The Next Room(Redwit Theatre), The Simurgh Project(TMAC), Dido Queen of Carthage(Peter Hinton), Deportation Cast(Keira Loughran), Post National(Ross Manson). TV: Grand Army and American Gods. Commercials: McDonald’s

  • LUKE KIMBALL, Albus Potter

    Luke Kimball is a recent graduate of the Ryerson Theatre School and is so grateful to be making his Mirvish debut in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! Recent credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Twelfth Night (Festival Players of PEC); Hamlet, Pygmalion, Love’s Labour’s Lost, SOAP, I Can See Light Now (RTS). Luke would certainly not have this dream job without the monumental love and support of Elena, Izzi, Aidan, Tash, Dylan, Monika, and his parents! Luke extends huge thanks to all his mentors, especially his high school teacher, Jeff Gruich, whose support meant the world to a young aspiring actor.

  • HAILEY LEWIS, Rose Granger-Weasley

    Hailey Lewis is ecstatic to be making her Mirvish debut as Rose Granger-Weasley in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Hailey is a graduate of the Sheridan College Music Theatre degree program, where she was a two-time triple threat award recipient. Select productions include: Hairspray (Theatre Aquarius & Drayton), Mamma Mia!, Anne of Green Gables (The Charlottetown Festival), Mary Poppins (Young People’s Theatre), Grease The Musical, Sousatzka (The Elgin/Wintergarden Theatre) and more! Hailey would like to thank The Talent House, her friends and her family for continuously encouraging her to reach for the stars.

  • TRISH LINDSTRÖM, Ginny Potter

    Selected theatre: “Girl” in Once (Mirvish, Dora Award, Toronto Critics Award); World Premieres: Life After (Musical Stage Co/Yonge St Theatricals/Canadian Stage), The Wedding Party (Crow’s/TIFT/NAC), Mimi (Tarragon, Dora nom); Stratford: As You Like ItAlice Through the Looking-GlassA Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Chamber PlayThe Tempest (with Christopher Plummer), CabaretThe Miracle Worker; Shaw: The Crucible, The Cassillis Engagement, Gypsy, The Plough and the StarsSummer (First US National Tour); Mother Night (59E59); If Sand Were Stone (NYMF Award); Assassins (TIFT/Birdland, Dora nom). Photographer: @lindstromtrish,


    Lucas Meeuse is making his Mirvish debut in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! He has spent the last few years working on live television as a host, actor, writer and producer in ThatTVOKidsShow and The Space (TVOkids). Film/TV: Odd Squad, and Odd Squad Mobile Unit (PBS/TVO), Rabid (Back40), Incorporated(CBS), and Warehouse13(SyFy). Select theatre: Mary Poppins, Cabaret (Theatre Aquarius), Into the Woods, The Jungle Book(Neptune Theatre), West Side Story, The Wizard of Oz (Citadel Theatre) Prom Queen (The Segal Centre), The Sound of Music (Drayton, Persephone), 9to5 (Drayton, Mayfield), Vigilante (Catalyst Theatre, National Arts Centre), Treasure Island (Theatre New Brunswick). @lucasmeeuse


    Natasha Mumba was born in Kalulushi, Zambia and has been fortunate to be a part of this amazing theatre community here in Canada for almost a decade. She is currently based in Toronto and a graduate of the acting program at The National Theatre School of Canada. She is a Dora Nominated actress whose recent credits include: Canadian Stage: Measure for Measure, Much Ado About Nothing; Shaw Festival: The Hound of the Baskervilles, Henry V, Dracula, Middletown, The Adventures of the Black Girl, Alice in Wonderland; Obsidian Theatre: School Girls; Or the African Mean Girls Play; The Citadel:The Untold story of Robin Hood; Tarragon Theatre: Millennial Malcontent; Theatre Kingston: The Mountaintop; Driftwood Theatre: Hamlet (Ontario tour). She also recently stepped into the position of Apprentice Artistic Director at Factory Theatre with the generous support of the Metcalfe Foundation.


    A loyal Hufflepuff, Kyle is over the moon to be part of such an amazing cast exploring the realm of Harry Potter together. Other favorite theatre credits include: “Leo” in The Divine (Shaw Festival), Arcadia (Shaw Festival/Mirvish), Under the Stairs, Blue Planet (Young People’s Theatre), Theory (Tarragon Theatre), IfI Were You (Theatre Aquarius), Mrs Warren’s Profession (Classical Theatre Festival), Beneath the Banyan Tree (Theatre Direct – Dora Award for TYA Best Ensemble, Production), Jesus Christ Superstar (YES Theatre) and My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding (Mirvish). Special love and gratitude go out to Sandie, Yanick and Raymond, and to his wonderful and supportive friends and family who have always made life an adventure.


    Monice Peter has performed across Canada with esteemed theatre companies and directors, as well as worked with noteworthy network television companies. She spent three seasons at The Stratford Festival and one season at The Shaw Festival. Notable credits include Sex by Mae West, The Aeneid by Olivier Kemeid, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by Adrian Mitchell and Julius Caesar where she played Portia on the world-renowned Tanya Moiseiwitsch stage. Monice Peter is ecstatic to be a part of the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Toronto cast and part of the Harry Potter world family. She would like to thank her family back home in Calgary for their continued support and encouragement. 


    Andy Pogson is very excited to be a part of this magical adventure. He is lucky to have been able to work across Canada in theatre and film for the last 20 years.
    Some of his favourite credits include: Ed’s Garage and Halfway There (Port Stanley Festival Theatre), Duchess of Malfi (Shakespeare Bash’d), Five Alarm (Lighthouse Festival Theatre), Cracked: A New Light on Dementia (Possible Arts), A Christmas Carol (Theatre Northwest), I’ll Be Back Before Midnight (Drayton Entertainment), Calendar Girls (Grand Theatre),Macbeth (Driftwood Theatre), The Odyssey (Driftwood Theatre), The Taming of the Shrew (Theatre By The Bay), Leading Ladies (Victoria Playhouse Petrolia), Noises Off (Theatre Aquarius), The Tempest (Festival of Classics), Tempest-Tost, Twelfth Night, The Diary of Anne Frank and Elizabeth Rex (Stratford Festival). He has also appeared in various films, commercials, and on your TV in shows like Murdoch Mysteries, Frankie Drake, Saving Hope, Flashpoint, The Girlfriend Experience, Reign and Mayday. He makes his home in Stratford with his wife and daughter and he loves to pickle things. Huge thanks goes to Kevin at Fountainhead, his family for their support, and as always love to Dana and Audrey.  

  • GREGORY PREST, Ron Weasley

    Theatre credits include: 12 seasons with Soulpepper Theatre including A Streetcar Named DesireAugust: Osage CountyBed & BreakfastLa BêteOf Human BondageSpoon River, Father Comes Home From the WarsAngels in AmericaAlligator PieGhosts,Long Day’s Journey Into Night; shows with Necessary Angel, Crow’s, Canadian Stage, Tarragon, YPT, Canadian Opera Company. Directing credits include: Rose: A New Musical (Dora Award, Best Direction), HosannaThe Heidi Chronicles (Soulpepper); Punk Rock (Howland Company); Fish Eyes (TPM, The Other Festival – Chennai, India). Recipient of 3 Dora Awards and a graduate of the National Theatre School and the Soulpepper Academy.

  • FIONA REID, Professor McGonagall

    Fiona Reid is one of Canada’s best known stage actors, having performed in theatres across Canada, Great Britain and the US, including five seasons with the Stratford Festival and twelve seasons at the Shaw Festival, as well as theatres in Great Britain and the U.S. She is a recipient of the ACTRA Award of Excellence (2010), Order of Canada (2007), the Toronto Life Women of Distinction Award (2006), the Barbara Hamilton Memorial Award (2008), and the Toronto Critics Award (2015). Her film credits include “My Big Fat Greek Wedding (1&2)” and ‘The Time Traveller’s Wife”. Currently Fiona is appearing in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway, and will be joining the Toronto production of the show in 2020.


    Kaitlyn Riordan was born in Montreal, studied in England (at The London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts), lived in NYC, and now calls Toronto home. She’s a four-time Dora nominated actress and playwright and the co-Artistic Director of critically acclaimed Shakespeare in the Ruff (Ruff). Her play, Portia’s Julius Caesar, premiered there in the summer of 2018 and with Ruff, she has performed in The Winter’s Tale, Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth: Walking Shadows, Cymbeline’s Reign, and Two Gents. Recent acting credits: After the Fire (The Theatre Centre), Maggie & Pierre, Linda Griffith’s one woman show about the Trudeaus (Thousand Islands Playhouse, The Tarragon Theatre, The Grand Theatre), Noises Off! (The Segal Centre), Mockingbird (Next Stage Festival), The Merchant of Venice & Blithe Spirit (Stratford Festival). She is thrilled to be a part of telling a story that means so much to so many and thanks SD for all of his love and support. Up-coming: ‘Orphan Song’ at The Tarragon Theatre, May 2020.


    Mirvish Debut. House: Slytherin. Patronus: Lioness. Selected theatre: Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion (Native Earth, National Arts Centre); GLORY (Western Canada Theatre & Alberta Theatre Projects, National Tour); The Drowning Girls, Ordinary Days, Generous, Janet Wilson Meets The Queen (Great Canadian Theatre Company); The Rocky Horror Show (The Capitol Theatre); Armstrong’s War (Sudbury Theatre Centre); Into the Woods (Thousand Islands Playhouse); Dream a Little Dream (The Grand); The Sound of Music (National Arts Centre); The Wizard of Oz (Globe Theatre). Training: BFA Ryerson University, 2017 Citadel/Banff Professional Theatre Program. @katieryebain

  • STEVEN SUTCLIFFE, Severus Snape

    Steven has performed in theatres across Canada including the Shaw Festival, Stratford Festival, Soulpepper,Arts Club Theatre,Theatre Calgary,Citadel Theatre,Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre,Grand Theatre,Canadian Stage, National Arts Centre and the Neptune Theatre. In the U.S. credits include Chicago Shakespeare Theater, the Goodman Theater, ACT Seattle,Long Wharf Theatre, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, L.A.Theater Works, New York City Center and Broadway. He is thrilled to be working again with Mirvish Productions.


    Theatre includes: Paradise Square (Berkeley Rep); Warhorse (National Theatre); Warhorse, Once* (Mirvish); Jesus Christ Superstar, A Misfortune, Kronborg (Confederation Centre of the Arts); Of Human Bondage**, Spoon River** (Off-Broadway-Signature Theatre); The Just, Incident at Vichy*, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Cherry Orchard, Marat Sade, Oh! What a Lovely War (Soulpepper); Death of a Salesman, The Rainmaker (Theatre Aquarius); River: Joni Mitchell (The Grand); Orphan Song, Kilt (Tarragon Theatre).  (*Dora Awards for Outstanding Ensemble; **New York Times Critics Picks) Film includes: Orphan, Hairspray, Hollywoodland, Chicago, Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, Gavin Crawfords’ Wild Wild West*. (*Canadian Screen Award) Television includes: Reign, Suits, Degrassi: The Next Generation, Murdoch Mysteries, Flashpoint, The L.A. Complex, The Jane Show. Training: BFA from York University; Soulpepper Academy.


    Evelyn Wiebe is an actor, dancer, classical singer, and collaborator. At six months old she hopped out of her 6-foot crib and walked—she hasn’t stopped moving since. The best advice she was ever given was this: find the pleasure in everything. As a recent graduate of the National Theatre School, Evelyn has worked with directors and coaches such as Jackie Maxwell, Ian Watson, Philip Akin, and David Latham. In David Latham’s production of Macbeth in 2018, Evelyn played the role of Lady Macbeth. Evelyn is also trained in classical ballet, jazz, contemporary, and beginner tap, and has been taking classical voice lessons for over five years. She is also trained in rapier and dagger as well as unarmed combat.

  • TREVOR WHITE, Harry Potter

    Theatre includes: Building the Wall (Park), Thebes Land; On the Record (Arcola), Terrorism (Bush), Henry IV Part I & II; Coriolanus (RSC), The Machine (Donmar Warehouse/ Park Ave Armoury, NY), Purple Heart (Gate), A Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Apollo – West End), Twisted Tales (Lyric Hammersmith), Red Bud; Aunt Dan and Lemon (Royal Court), Macbeth (Regent’s Park), Enron (West End/Royal Court/Chichester), Lucky You (Assembly Hall, Edinburgh), On the Piste (Birmingham Rep), House (Finborough), Double Indemnity; Polygraph (Nottingham Playhouse), Problem Child (New End Theatre), Pericles (Bard on the Beach), Oleanna (Brockley Jack).

    TV includes: Industry, I Hate Suzie, En El Corredor de la Muerte, Doctor Who, Counterpart, The Durrells, SS-GB, X-Company, Hunted, Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story, Episodes, Downton Abbey, Foyle’s War, Moonshot, Bonekickers, House of Saddam, Judge John Deed, Saddam’s Tribe, 9/11: The Twin Towers, The Line of Beauty, The Path to 9/11, Ultimate Force, Kenneth Tynan: In Praise of Hardcore, Strange Frequency, Beggars & Choosers, Millennium, DaVinci’s Inquest, Outer Limits, Viper, In the Doghouse, Madison, The Sentinel, Kidnapping in the Family.

    Film includes: Tornare, Mainstream, Rare Beasts, American Assassin, Anchor and Hope, Jason Bourne, Mad to be Normal, Tad The Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas, Astral, Burton & Taylor, World War Z, The Dark Knight Rises, The Whistleblower, A Summer in Genova, The Dark Knight: Gotham Tonight, Echelon Conspiracy, Agent Crush, Mindhunters, Die Another Day, Hellraiser: Hellseeker, Epicenter, Saving Grace.


    David feels truly blessed to be a part of Harry Potter and the world of wizarding!  David’s theatre credits include the roles of Seaweed in Hairspray (ACC St. John’s), King in Reefer Madness (Toronto Fringe), and tv roles on Heroes Reborn (NBC), The Strain (FX), The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu), V-Wars (Netflix), and Salt-N-Pepa (Lifetime).  Special thanks to the cast and crew of Harry Potter. Gratitude to family and friends for their continued love and support. Instagram: @dwiilson


    Shawn’s credits include: Stratford Festival (15 productions), Shaw Festival (13 productions), original American cast of Mamma Mia, original Toronto cast of Jersey Boys, Treebeard in Lord of the Rings (Mirvish), Matthew Cuthbert in Anne of Green Gables (Charlottetown Festival), Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, John in Oleanna (TNB), Terry in London Road (Canadian Stage, Dora Award), and a slew of other leading roles.  Shawn was Playwright-In-Residence at the Charlottetown Festival in 2019 and was among five finalists for the international LAMBDA award for his published solo play, GHOST LIGHT. which has been touring to great acclaim across Canada. 

Creative Team Bios

  • J.K. Rowling, Original Story

    J.K. Rowling is the author of the seven Harry Potter novels and three companion books, which have sold over 500 million copies, been translated into over 80 languages, and been made into eight blockbuster films. Her other books include The Casual Vacancy, a novel for adults, and, written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, the Cormoran Strike crime novels, which have been adapted for BBC television.  J.K. Rowling is also a screenwriter, making her debut in 2016 with the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The second in this five-film series, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, was released in November 2018.

  • Jack Thorne, Original Story and Playwright

    Theatre: The End of History, Hope (Royal Court), Let the Right One In (Dundee Rep/National Theatre of Scotland, directed by John Tiffany); King Kong (Broadway Theatre); A Christmas Carol, Woyzeck (Old Vic); Junkyard (Headlong, Rose Kingston, Bristol Old Vic, Theatr Clwyd co-production); The Solid Life of Sugar Water (Graeae, National Theatre); Bunny (Nabokov tour); Stacy (Tron, Arcola, Trafalgar Studios); 2nd May 1997, When You Cure Me (Bush). Adaptations: The Physicists (Donmar), Stuart: A Life Backwards (HighTide). Film: The Aeronauts, Dirt Music, Radioactive, Wonder, War Book. Television: “Kiri,” “Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams,” “National Treasure,” “The Last Panthers,” “Don’t Take My Baby,” “This Is England,” “The Fades,” “Glue,” “Cast Offs”. 2017: BAFTA and RTS Television Award Best Mini-Series (“National Treasure”). 2016: BAFTAs for Best Mini-Series (“This Is England ’90”), Best Single Drama (“Don’t Take My Baby”). 2012: BAFTAs for Best Drama Series (“The Fades”), Best Mini-Series (“This Is England ’88”).

  • John Tiffany, Original Story and Director

    John Tiffany won Tony and Olivier awards for his direction of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Recent work: The Glass Menagerie (Broadway and A.R.T.); The Ambassador (BAM); Pinocchio (National Theatre); Once (Tony, Drama Desk and Critics Circle Awards. Broadway, West End); Let the Right One In (also West End, Royal Court and St. Ann’s Warehouse); Macbeth (also Broadway); Enquirer; The MissingPeter PanThe House of Bernarda AlbaThe BacchaeBlack Watch (Laurence Olivier Award for Best Director, Critics’ Circle Award for Best Director); Elizabeth Gordon QuinnHome: Glasgow (all National Theatre of Scotland). As Associate Director at the Royal Court Theatre, productions include The End of History, Road, The Twits, Hope and The Pass. Education: University of Glasgow (M.A. in Theatre and Classics). John was founding Associate Director at the National Theatre of Scotland from 2005–2012 and a Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard University from 2010–2011.

  • Steven Hoggett, Movement Director

    Recent Broadway and West End credits include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Angels in America, The Crucible, The Last Ship, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Rocky, The Glass Menagerie, Once (Obie, Lortel and Calloway awards), Green Day’s American Idiot and Peter and the Starcatcher (Lortel Award). Other recent credits include Ocean at the End of the Lane, Pinocchio (National Theatre), Saint Joan (The Public), The End of History (Royal Court), Let the Right One In (St. Ann’s Warehouse and West End) and Black Watch (National Theatre of Scotland, Olivier Award). As director, credits include Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined (West End and NYTW). Co-founder of Frantic Assembly Theatre Company, including Little Dogs (with National Theatre, Wales), Lovesong, Beautiful Burnout and Othello. With Scott Graham, Steven co-wrote The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre (Routledge). Film credits include How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Dreamworks).

  • Christine Jones, Set Designer

    Christine Jones is a Tony Award-winning scenographer and the artistic director of the critically acclaimed Theatre For One. West End and Broadway credits include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, for which she won the Tony Award for Best Scenic Design in a Play in 2018 and the Olivier Award for Best Set Design in 2017; American Idiot, for which she won the Tony Award for Best Scenic Design of a Musical in 2009; and Spring Awakening. Other designs include La traviata at Metropolitan Opera; The Book of Longing, based on the poems of Leonard Cohen, with music by Philip Glass for the Lincoln Center Festival. She directed Queen of the Night at the Paramount Hotel, which won a Drama Desk Award for Best Unique Experience of 2015. She teaches at New York University and has an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Set Design.

  • Katrina Lindsay, Costume Designer

    Recent costume designs include The Lehman Trilogy at the National Theatre, London and in New York; Bend It Like Beckham (Olivier nomination for Best Costume Design); for National Theatre, M.I.F and Châtelet Paris; Hamlet with Benedict Cumberbatch; Terry Gilliam’s The Damnation of Faust and Benvenuto Cellini for English National Opera and around the world. As set and costume designer, credits include Small Island, Mosquitoes and Behind the Beautiful Forevers at the National Theatre; The Most Incredible Thing for Sadler’s Wells and Charlotte Ballet. Film includes production designer on London Road, Cuba Pictures. Katrina won the 2008 Tony Award, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk awards for Outstanding Costume for Les Liaisons Dangereuses on Broadway and the 2017 Olivier Award and 2018 Tony Award for Best Costume Design for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Recipient of an Arts Foundation Fellowship in Costume Design. Katrina is an associate of the National Theatre.

  • Imogen Heap, Composer & Arranger

    Self-produced British composer and recording artist for more than 20 years, Imogen Heap has released five solo albums, another as one half of Frou Frou, and collaborated with countless and varied artists including Taylor Swift, Nitin Sawhney, Deadmau5, Jeff Beck and Jon Hopkins. Her compositions and songs pop up in blockbuster and indie films as well as countless TV shows, are featured in underground rap and dance music and covered by the likes of Ariana Grande. Heap, recognized as an artists’ artist, has won two Grammys and an Ivor Novello award. In recognition of her pioneering work at the intersection of music and tech, Heap has a hat trick of three honorary doctorates for the famed gestural music ware MI.MU gloves system and recently for The Creative Passport, an integrated digital ID solution, empowering music makers to be the change toward a fair and flourishing music ecosystem.

  • Neil Austin, Lighting Designer

    Neil Austin was the recipient of the 2019 Tony Award for Ink (Friedman, Broadway), the 2018 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Lyric, Broadway), and the 2010 Tony and Drama Desk Award for Red (Golden, Broadway).  He was also  awarded the 2017 & 2011 Olivier Awards for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Palace, West End) and The White Guard (National, London). His Broadway credits include Ink, Travesties, Hughie, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Evita, Red, Hamlet, The Seafarer and Frost/ Nixon. Other work in the U.S. includes Macbeth (Park Avenue Armory); Julius Caesar (St. Ann’s Warehouse); The Night Alive (Atlantic Theater Company); The Sunshine Boys (Ahmanson Theatre); Red and Parade (Mark Taper Forum).

  • Gareth Fry, Sound Designer

    Work heard in San Francisco includes The Encounter (Complicité), Barbershop Chronicles (National Theatre) and Black Watch (National Theatre of Scotland). Gareth’s work includes over 20 productions at the Royal National Theatre, over 20 at the Royal Court and countless more. He has also designed events and exhibitions, from the V&A’s landmark David Bowie Is exhibition, to being asked by Danny Boyle to design the sound effects for the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games. Awards include an Olivier Award, Tony Award, Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; a Special Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Helpmann Award and an Evening Standard Award for The Encounter (with co-designer Pete Malkin); an Olivier Award and Helpmann Award for Black Watch; an Olivier Award for Waves; and an IRNE Award for Wild Swans.

  • Jamie Harrison, Illusions & Magic

    Jamie Harrison works as a director, set designer and magic and illusion designer. Jamie has most recently been working on The Magic Flute, with Ex Machina in Quebec and Ocean at the End of the Lane for the National Theatre. Other credits include Flight (2018) at McKittrick Hotel in NYC; Pinocchio for National Theatre and Disney Theatrical Productions; Flight (2017), commissioned by Edinburgh International Festival; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane; Tomorrow for Brighton Festival; The Wheel and Peter Pan for National Theatre of Scotland; Dragon for Edinburgh International Festival; A Christmas Carol and The Cherry Orchard for Dundee Rep Theatre; A Conversation With Carmel for Barrowland Ballet; and The Infamous Brothers Davenport for Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh. Harrison is the co-artistic director of the award-winning theatre company Vox Motus, for which he co-directed and set-designed all the work to date.

  • Martin Lowe, Music Supervisor & Arranger

    Theatre credits include Once; Pinocchio; Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour; The Light Princess; War Horse; The Twits; Caroline, or Change; Jerry Springer: The Opera; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; Mamma Mia!; The Full Monty; Once on This Island; Cats; Les Misérables; Jedermann; and The Threepenny Opera (both Salzburg Festival). He won a Tony, a Grammy and an Olivier Award for his work on Once and won a Golden Reel award for his work on Mamma Mia! The Movie.

  • Dayton & Walters Casting, Casting Director

  • Jim Carnahan, CSA, Casting Consultant

    Roundabout’s artistic producer. He has cast more than 100 productions for Roundabout and more than 50 non-Roundabout Broadway productions. Recent/upcoming Broadway: A Soldier’s Play, A Christmas Carol, The Rose Tattoo, Betrayal, Moulin Rouge!,Burn This, Tootsie, All My Sons, True West, The Ferryman, Travesties, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Angels in America, Farinelli…, Groundhog Day, The Price, Fun Home. Off-Broadway: Apologia; Beast in the Jungle; If I Forget; Love, Love, Love. London: Glengarry Glen Ross, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Glass Menagerie, Nice Fish. Film: The Seagull.

  • Alexandre Bleau, CSA, Casting Consultant

    Alexandre Bleau has been with Jim Carnahan Casting since 2013. Broadway: Betrayal, Moulin Rouge!, Burn This, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Groundhog Day, Amélie, Skylight, Constellations, The River, You Can’t Take It with You. West End: Glengarry Glen Ross. The Old Globe: Hamlet, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Macbeth, The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night. Hartford Stage: Rear Window.

  • Des Kennedy, International Associate Director

    (International Associate Director). Director: Breakfast on Pluto (Landmark Productions); Good Vibrations, Gulliver’s Travels, White Star of the North (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); Teenage Kicks (Derry); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Brian Friel Theatre); God’s Country (Tinderbox Theatre); The Prophet of Monto (The Flea); Johnny Meister and The Stitch (Mead Theatre Lab, Washington DC); The Great Ramshackle Heart (The Public); Dying City (Project Dublin); The Laramie Project (Bush Theatre Directing Award); Scenes From the Big Picture (“Best Theatre of Decade” Washington Post). Associate director: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (West End, Broadway, Melbourne), Once (London, Dublin, Seoul), The Nether (West End). Television: “Six Degrees” (BBC).

  • Neil Bettles, International Associate Movement Director

    Credits as director: How Not to Drown, Chalk Farm, The Static, Blackout and Boy Magnet (ThickSkin); The Unreturning, This Will All Be Gone and No Way Back (Frantic Assembly). As movement director: The James Plays (Edinburgh International Festival, National Theatre); Blood Wedding, The Bacchae (Royal & Derngate); Much Ado About Wenlock (Vamos Theatre); Platform (Old Vic Tunnels); Henry IV: Part One (The Drum, Theatre Royal Plymouth); One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Secret Cinema). As associate movement director: Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle (Wyndham’s Theatre), The Light Princess (National Theatre), The Full Monty (Sheffield Theatres, Noel Coward Theatre).

  • Finn Ross, Video Designer

    Finn Ross has won two Olivier Awards, a Tony, three Drama Desk and OCC awards. Recent work: Les Misérables in Concert (West End); Mean Girls (Broadway); Frozen (Broadway); Bat Out of Hell (West End); The Tempest (RSC); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Broadway/West End); American Psycho (Broadway, Almeida Theatre); Betrayal (Broadway); The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny (Royal Opera House); The Crossing (A.R.T. Boston); Chimerica (Almeida Theatre, West End); The Death of Klinghoffer, The Damnation of Faust, The Magic Flute (ENO); The Master and Margarita (Complicité); A Dog’s Heart (DNO).

  • Ash J. Woodward, Video Designer

    Recent theatre credits as video and projection designer include Armadillo (The Yard Theatre), The Cunning Little Vixen (Royal Opera House), The Divide (The Old Vic), Molly (Squint/Edinburgh Festival). Nontheatre credits include Bletchley Park: Hut 11A (Bletchley Park); You Say You Want a Revolution (V&A); Rolling Stones Exhibit: Exhibitionism (Saatchi Gallery). Associate designer credits include Mean Girls, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre) and The Tempest (RSC).

  • Carole Hancock, Hair, Wigs and Makeup

    Recent work includes Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Melbourne, Broadway, West End), which won six Tony Awards and nine Olivier Awards including Best New Play for both Broadway and London. The Night of the Iguana (West End), The Deep Blue Sea (Chichester Theatre); Sweet Charity, Measure for Measure, Versailles (Donmar Warehouse); Dusty dir. Maria Friedman (Theatre Royal Bath); Country Girls (Chichester Theatre); On the Town (Regent’s Park Theatre); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Children (Royal Court); Hamlet (Barbican); A Christmas Carol, Sunny Afternoon, Mojo (West End); wonder. land (NT/Manchester International Festival); Much Ado About Nothing, Six Degrees of Separation, A Flea in Her Ear (Old Vic); Love, Love, Love (Royal Court); The Low Road, In Basildon, Chicken Soup and Barley (Royal Court). Opera: Mike Leigh’s Pirates of Penzance, The Pearl Fishers (ENO). Film and television: War Horse, Batman, The Dark Knight Rises, Thor, Captain America, and “Game of Thrones.”

  • Brett J. Banakis, International Scenic Supervisor

    Brett Banakis is a set designer for theatre and opera based in Brooklyn, NY. Brett is excited to be continuing his collaboration with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child set designer Christine Jones. Collaborations with Christine include the design of the auditoriums, lobby spaces and external marquees for productions of Harry Potter in New York, Melbourne, San Francisco and Hamburg. Additionally, they have co-designed The Cher Show and the upcoming The Devil Wears Prada (Broadway). Other collaborations: Let the Right One In (NTS, St. Ann’s Warehouse), What’s It All About? (NYTW, West End) and Whorl Inside a Loop (Second Stage). Brett’s recent New York credits include Ghost Light (LCT3), Big Love (Signature) and Sunday (Atlantic). As associate set designer: The Glass Menagerie, Old Times, Doctor Zhivago, The Last Ship, If/Then, Hands on a Hardbody and Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Broadway), as well as Rigoletto and La traviata (Metropolitan Opera).

  • Sabine Lemaître, International Costume Design Associate

    Theatre includes Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (London, New York, Melbourne, San Francisco and Hamburg); Hamlet (Barbican); Mosquitoes; Wonder.Land; Dara; Behind the Beautiful Forevers; The Magistrate; Earthquakes in London; Death and The King’s Horseman; Rafta, Rafta… (National Theatre); Onassis, Medea, All About My Mother (West End); Love for Love, Love’s Sacrifice, Wendy & Peter Pan, All’s Well That Ends Well, Titus Andronicus, Much Ado About Nothing, Morte D’Arthur, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Heresy of Love, House of Desires, A Comedy of Errors (RSC); Cabaret (Savoy Theatre); Porgy and Bess (Regent’s Park Theatre). Dance includes The Most Incredible Thing (Pet Shop Boys), Eternal Damnation of Sancho and Sanchez (Sadler’s Wells); Chroma, Infra (Royal Ballet). Opera includes Eugene Onegin, Così fan tutte, La traviata, Il trovatore, Semele, Jenůfa (Royal Opera House); Dr Dee (Damon Albarn); The Damnation of Faust and Turandot (ENO).

  • Nick Solyom, International Associate Lighting Designer

    Lighting design credits include: Imaginary Comforts by Daniel Handler, directed by Tony Taccone at Berkeley Rep; The Christians by Lucas Hnath, directed by Kristen Coury at Gulfshore Playhouse; and The Prince of Players by Carlisle Floyd, directed by Philip Shneidman at The Kaye Playhouse. Broadway associate lighting design credits include: Moulin Rouge!, lighting design by Justin Townsend; The Waverly Gallery, lighting design by Brian MacDevitt; Bernhardt/Hamlet, lighting design by Bradley King; Amélie, lighting design by Jane Cox and Mark Barton; and Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812, lighting design by Bradley King. Broadway assistant lighting design credits include: Finding Neverland, If/Then and Cinderella, lighting design by Ken Posner.

  • Pete Malkin, International Associate Sound Designer

    The Encounter (co- designed with Gareth Fry). Winner of Special Tony and Drama Desk Awards for Sound Design; The Cherry  Orchard (ToneelGroep, Amsterdam); Privacy (Kilden Performing Arts Centre, Norway); The Tempest (Donmar Warehouse, St. Ann’s  Warehouse); The Kid Stay in the  Picture  (Complicité,  Royal Court); Beware of Pity (Complicité, Schaubühne); There is a Light that Never Goes Out, Death of a Salesman, Queens of the Coal Age, Twelfth Night (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Pity (Royal Court); The Unreturning (Frantic Assembly); As Associate: 1984 (West End/Broadway). Pete also worked with Gareth Fry on the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony (Assistant Soundscape Designer).

  • Chris Fisher, International Illusions & Magic Associate

    Recent theatre credits: Superhero (Second Stage Theater), Angels in America (Neil Simon, National Theatre). London West End: The Prince of Egypt (Dominion); Big The Musical (Dominion); Company (Gielgud); Peter Gynt, Julie, Here We Go, Treasure Island (NT); A Very, Very, Very Dark Matter (Bridge Theatre); Barnum (Menier); No Man’s Land (Wyndham’s). U.K.: Macbeth, Titus Andronicus, The Hypocrite (RSC); Into the Woods, The Skriker (Royal Exchange). As illusions associate: The Magic Flute (Opéra de Québec), Pinocchio (NT) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane).

  • Gary Beestone, International Technical Director

    Director of Gary Beestone Events & Theatre, which provides production and project management for theatre internationally, and for a wide range of outdoor spectacles and events. After developing the original production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child with the creative team in London’s West End, Gary is now international technical director for the production and was project director for the Lyric Theatre refurbishment on Broadway. He has overseen the renovations at the Curran Theatre and the construction of the new Mehr! Theater in Hamburg. Gary also recently worked as a consultant on the restoration of the historic Alexandra Palace Theatre. Alongside theatrical production management, some of his recent events include the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium opening, Six Day Cycling, the Hull City of Culture opening and the Rugby World Cup entertainment production. Other clients include Ambassador Theatre Group, Sonia Friedman Productions, Michael Harrison Entertainment and Disney Theatrical.

  • Sonia Friedman Productions, Producer and Int'l General Managers

    SONIA FRIEDMAN PRODUCTIONS (SFP) is an international production company responsible for some of the most successful theatre productions in London and New York.

    Since 1990, SFP has developed, initiated and produced over 170 new productions and together the company has won a staggering 55 Olivier Awards, 30 Tonys and 2 BAFTAs.

    In 2019, Sonia Friedman OBE was awarded ‘Producer of the Year’ at the Stage Awards for a record breaking fourth time. In 2018, Friedman was also featured in TIME 100, a list of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. In 2017 she took the number one spot in ‘The Stage 100’, becoming the first number one in the history of the compilation not to own or operate West End theatres and the first solo woman for almost 20 years.

    Current productions include: the UK premiere of The Book of Mormon, West End and UK & European tour, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in London, New York, Melbourne & San Francisco, Mean Girls at the August Wilson Theatre, New York, and The Inheritance, New York, Uncle Vanya, at Harold Pinter Theatre, London.

    Forthcoming productions include: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in Hamburg & Toronto, the world premiere of Tom Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt at Wyndham’s Theatre, London, To Kill a Mockingbird at the Gielgud Theatre, London, The Watsons at the Harold Pinter Theatre, London, The Doctor at the Duke of York’s Theatre, London, Semmelweis starring Mark Rylance at Bristol Old Vic, Hamlet at Park Avenue Armory, New York, Oresteia at Park Avenue Armory, New York, Dreamgirls UK Tour, Sunny Afternoon UK Tour, and Oedipus starring Helen Mirren and Mark Strong,

    Previous theatre productions include: Fiddler on the Roof, Rosmersholm, The Ferryman, The Inheritance, Summer and Smoke, Dreamgirls, The JungleAll About Eve, Consent, The Birthday Party, Ink, Hamlet starring Andrew Scott, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?TravestiesThe Glass MenagerieNice FishA Christmas CarolFunny GirlFarinelli and The King, Hamlet starring Benedict Cumberbatch, 1984, Sunny AfternoonBend It Like BeckhamThe NetherThe RiverElectraKing Charles IIIShakespeare in LoveGhostsMojoChimericaMerrily We Roll AlongOld TimesTwelfth Night and Richard IIIA Chorus of DisapprovalThe Sunshine BoysHay FeverAbsent FriendsTop GirlsBetrayalMuch Ado About Nothing, Clybourne ParkThe Children’s HourA Flea in Her EarLa BêteAll My SonsPrivate LivesJerusalemA Little Night MusicLegally BlondeOthelloArcadiaThe MountaintopThe Norman ConquestsA View From the BridgeDancing at LughnasaMaria Friedman: Re-ArrangedLa Cage aux FollesNo Man’s LandThe SeagullUnder the Blue SkyThat FaceDealer’s ChoiceHergés Adventures of TintinIn CelebrationBoeing-BoeingThe Dumb WaiterRock ‘n’ RollLove SongFaith HealerBentEh JoeDonkeys’ YearsOtherwise EngagedCelebrationShoot the CrowAs You Like ItThe Home PlaceWhose Life Is It Anyway?, By the Bog of CatsThe Woman in WhiteGuantanamo: ‘Honor Bound to Defend Freedom’EndgameJumpersSee You Next Tuesday, Hitchcock BlondeAbsolutely! {Perhaps}Sexual Perversity in ChicagoRagtime, MacbethWhat the Night Is ForAfterplayUp for GrabsA Day in the Death of Joe EggNoises OffOn an Average DayA Servant to Two MastersPort AuthoritySpoonface Steinberg and Speed-The-Plow.

    TV productions include BBC’s Wolf Hall (co-producer), The Dresser (Exec Producer) and King Lear with Anthony Hopkins (Exec Producer).

    For full details of SFP’s theatre productions, please visit

  • Colin Callender, Producer

    Colin Callender is an award-winning theatre, film and television producer who founded New York and London-based Playground in 2012. Broadway productions include Nora Ephron’s Lucky Guy, Harvey Fierstein’s Casa Valentina and Tony winners Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Dear Evan Hansen. His multiple television credits include Emmy-winning adaptation of the RSC’s “The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby” and Golden Globe and BAFTA Award-winning miniseries “Wolf Hall” starring Mark Rylance. As long-time president of HBO Films, he was responsible for an unprecedented award-winning slate of movies and miniseries including Mike Nichols’ celebrated adaptation of Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America” starring Al Pacino, Meryl Streep and Emma Thompson. Callender began his career as stage manager at London’s Royal Court Theatre working with David Hare and Sam Shepard. He received a knighthood in the Queen’s 2016 New Year’s Honours list for services to British film, theatre and television in the U.S.

  • Harry Potter Theatrical Productions, Producer

    Harry Potter Theatrical Productions Ltd was founded by J.K. Rowling and Neil Blair in 2013 to develop and produce the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany. The team from Harry Potter Theatrical Productions Ltd have worked closely with Sonia Friedman Productions and Colin Callender’s Playground to produce the play, and also in controlling the international rights for the production.

  • David Mirvish, Producer


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