Harry Potter Spoof Potted Potter: 7 Books in 70 Minutes
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The last date listed for Potted Potter was Sunday November 10, 2013 / 4:00pm.
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After stunning the world with a bravura performance on Britain's Got Talent, singer Susan Boyle's debut album I Dreamed a Dream became the best-selling album in the history of the UK. And the fairy tale has only continued for the humble Scot with a golden mezzo-soprano voice, who went on to sing for sold-out crowds around the world, release four more albums and be nominated for two Grammys. Funny and charming in person, she brings her formidable talent to Balboa Theatre, singing new album tracks and never-heard-before classics as part of her first headlining tour in the U.S. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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It was a fun show but definitely over-priced and geared toward the true Harry Potter fan. I would not recommend paying full price. With the service fee of $11, the ticket thru Goldstar cost $63.49 each. The show, although funny, was not worth $63. If you can see it for around $30, defiitely go, but otherwise, save your money for a more worhwhile show.
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Cute show, but glad we did not pay full price. The show runs 70 minutes, no intermission and the two performers were very good, but... $115 is the retail price for those seats... that is ridiculous! This show would appeal to all ages who are...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Gloriously goofy. Casts the perfect spell over the audience.” -The New York Times
“Comic and affectionate. A zany hoot that should delight the teen wizard’s youngest fans!” —New York Post
“A fabulously funny parody. Will tickle the funny bone of every age group.” _-The London Daily Telegraph_
About the Ticket Supplier: Broadway San Diego, A Nederlander Presentation
Broadway/San Diego – A Nederlander Presentation is part of the nationally recognized Nederlander Producing Company of America – one of the country’s largest and most experienced operators of live theater. Broadway/San Diego made its original debut as the “San Diego Playgoers” in 1976, after presenting Equus at the Spreckels Theatre in Downtown San Diego. For several years, San Diego Playgoers presented shows at the Fox Theatre (now Copley Symphony Hall) and the Spreckels, before establishing a permanent home at the San Diego Civic Theatre in 1986, with occasional presentations at the other venues.