A Very Potter Sequel
Just a quick post about something I stumbled across online.
I’m pretty sure you all know about A Very Potter Musical, written and performed by students from the University of Michigan back in 2009. I watched the a few clips on Youtube back when I was still reading the series, but was too afraid of spoilers to see the whole thing. That said, what I saw was absolutely hysterical (Draco? Draco! They have an amazing Draco!), so it’s worth checking out if you somehow missed it.
I’ll be watching the whole thing after I’m done with the films, so stayed tuned for this musical theatre director to throw down her Masters degree and be opinionated (oh, no she didn’t! oh, yes she did! oh, snap! buuuuuurn!) Or maybe I’ll just love the whole thing to bits and you can listen to me gush for an entire entry. Chances of the latter? Very high.
Anyway, that’s not why I’m writing this “quick” entry.
I’m writing to tell you that there’s been a sequel.
A Very Potter Sequel, to be exact.
It premiered at Infinitus and was released on Youtube a mere five hours ago.
I haven’t watched it, because I still have to watch the first one. Seems like I’m perpetually behind on all things Harry Potter. Maybe I should adjust the name of this blog from “the Last Muggle” to “the Slowest Muggle” or “the Muggle Always Slightly Behind Everybody Else”.
Ah, I’m rambling! So much for “quick”.
If you’d like to watch A Very Potter Sequel (I know you do), check out the first part below. Mix your nerdy love of showtunes with your nerdy love of Harry Potter and enjoy! I didn’t want you to miss this.
And yeah, there will be commentary on this one somewhere along the line, too. I’ll get there eventually. I just need Hermione’s Time Turner.
It is also Daniel Radcliffe’s 21st birthday, which really doesn’t matter much because he’s British and they don’t have the same legal drinking age that we do. All this really says is this kid has spent the last 10 years of his life playing Harry Potter and has been more successful in that time than the rest of us. Good on him! Cheers!