Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Act Two, Scenes One through Nine Summary & Analysis

J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany
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Summary

“Act Two, Scene One” is a “Dream, Privet Drive, Cupboard Under the Stairs.” In the dream, Aunt Petunia wakes Harry, complaining about the poor job he did washing dishes and griping because he wet the bed. In the dream, the young Harry says he was dreaming about his mother and some magic words, and that he thought it was at the moment of her death. Aunt Petunia says all Harry's mother saw at the moment of her death was a car crash. She walks away.

Albus appears on stage. He is simply looking the young version of Harry. There are whispers around the auditorium in the language of Parseltongue, then Voldemort's voice calling Harry's name.

“Act Two, Scene Two” takes place at “Harry and Ginny Potter's House, Staircase.” Harry wakes on the stairs in his own home. He says...

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