Harry Potter and the Obnoxious Voice

Directed by Marissa Olive

July 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22

Performances start at 7:30 pm

Harry is once again locked in his room where Dobby & Winky come to save, not his life, but at least his career. At Hogwarts, things are weirder than ever: Snape is furious at Ron's splashed potion, Hagrid doesn't think Harry's "hearing voices" thing is funny, Dumbledore has lost his meal ticket, Luna dissects the brown bag lunch, Malfoy has a fancy-schmancy new "mission", Moaning Myrtle is giving tours of the plumbing, time is twisting, and the House Elves battle Peeves, a three-headed dog, and whisper about "The Master".

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