“Gryffindor” – A Parody of Katy Perry’s “Roar”

There’s so many great Harry Potter related musicians and vloggers out there, including Weasley Sweaters!

Check out her parody of Katy Perry’s “Roar” all about the bravest Gryffindor there ever was!

So You Think You’re A Wizard

Check this out! We thought it was hilarious. 😀

If the video isn’t working, try watching it here!

‘Potted Potter’ parody play premieres

According The Leaky Cauldron, the two-man play will be headed to Chicago this fall.

…following its successful run in New York City. The five-week engagement at the Broadway Playhouse will begin on November 13… In Potted Potter, Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner perform a retelling of all seven Harry Potter books in only 70 minutes, switching in and out of costumes, playing multiple characters, performing songs and even playing a game of Quidditch, complete with help from the audience.

Has anyone seen the play yet (or will be seeing it)? I know I would love to!

Hogwarts Intruder Song! (Bed Intruder Parody)

Everyone bow down and praise ‘Rachel Baumann’ for this hilarious parody of schmoyoho’s Bed Intruder Song.

If you would like to see some more fantastic memes click on this link: http://hp-nerd.blogspot.com.au/2011/07/best-harry-potter-memes-of-all-time.html

Here you will find all the best Harry Potter memes of all time.

What Hufflepuff Means to Susan Bones

I was amused to find this video depicting some deleted scenes that we will probably never, ever see on the Collector’s Edition.

Thanks to Kotaku for the heads up.

Harry Potter Spoof to Play Off Broadway

If you love Harry Potter and don’t mind having it being spoofed, well, you will certainly like this, especially if you live in the Chicago area.

It has been revealed that the spoof “Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience — A Parody by Dan and Jeff” will begin a run in the Off Broadway venue Little Shubert Theater that will go from May to mid-August of this year.

The show’s two writer-performers, Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner, offer a comically condensed version of all seven Harry Potter novels in 70 minutes. Production, which has played multiple stints as part of the Edinburgh Fringe festival, has met with strong reviews and robust sales in its prior outings, including the London engagement that recently netted the production an Olivier nom.

Off Broadway run will mark the show’s American preem. “Potted Potter” begins previews at the Little Shubert May 19 ahead of a June 3 opening.

So, who in the Chicago area is going?  If you go, please let us know.  We would love to get your opinion on it!

For the full article click on Chicago Tribune.