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Wayne and Oliver are two nerdy wizards with strong mathematical aptitude. Megan believes she was mis-placed into Puff house due to being misguided when sorting. Instead, she longs to join Snakes instead.
Early Life and Education
Puffs is not in this story.
Churchill Senior Roan McGee stars as Wayne Hopkins in this comedic play, discovering his magical nature while attending school with two other Puffs: Oliver Rivers and Megan Jones. The comedy parody offers something for all audiences without prior knowledge of A Certain Book Series.
Cedric, the champion Puff and bedtime storyteller; Sally who thinks she is being too bitchy while flirting with boys; and Xavia who felt betrayed by Dark Lord are among other characters featured. Additionally, chef Jamie Oliver discusses his efforts to increase healthier menu options at schools during an exclusive video interview for this production.
Oliver Puff has established herself as an accomplished actress and voiceover artist, appearing on Kaiser Aluminum Hour, The United States Steel Hour and Matinee Theater programs – not to mention stage performances.
In 2015, she began making guest appearances on television programs, such as The Americans and Father Knows Best.
TikTok videos featuring her have also received positive attention, as has her play, Puffs: Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic, first staged at People’s Improv Theater before moving to Off-Broadway theater New World Stages where it received critical acclaim for its comedy and staging; it even garnered nomination for Off-Broadway Alliance Award’s Best Unique Theatrical Experience 2017. Currently it can be purchased on DVD or Netflix.
Achievement and Honors
Oliver was dedicated and hard-working towards his family, church, career as a professional engineer and the concrete pipe industry, earning many honors along the way. As an ACPA leader he held multiple committee positions.
Olivier had won critical acclaim as a romantic matinee idol and dabbled unrewardingly with Hollywood until mid-1933 when his career seemed set for failure. That changed with George S Kaufman/Edna Ferber’s thinly veiled parody of Barrymores Theatre Royal where he played Romeo to Elizabeth Bergner’s Rosalind while showing a bravura athleticism that transformed his image as classical actor.
Experience revived his enthusiasm, prompting him to change focus from acting in commercial movies to directing and producing; even finding time for musical talents like Bobby McClure and Fontella Bass to develop.
Oliver hails from Compton, California and was raised by his grandmother despite her being a cocaine user. Oliver credits his grandmother with providing him the strength necessary to move forward in life.
Oliver takes an analytical and structured approach to life. He finds wizarding too chaotic for him. Megan, on the other hand, is tired of all the wizarding madness and just wants to live her teenage years normally.
Cox and his cast have turned the three Puffs’ differing opinions about Harry Potter into an entertaining comedy that audiences both inside the theater as well as beyond are enjoying immensely. Their goal is for people to laugh but also understand that their characters are real, with true hearts inside them and that this production remains popular both physically and virtually.
Oliver Phelps reportedly has an estimated net worth of $1 Million. An actor, co-host of his brother James’ podcast and featured in several films such as Kingdom and Own Worst Enemy he also co-owns an estimated worth of over a million.
Wayne Hopkins is a nerdy wizard from New Mexico living at Puffs House at the school of magic, alongside Oliver Rivers (mathematician wizard) and Susie Bones (flamboyant witch), and they’re competing to join Susie Bones’ sports team.
This show follows three houses at a magical school: Puffs, Snakes and Braves. He Who Must Not Be Named is depicted as the major antagonist while overt references to Potter are vaguely alluded to. It’s worth noting that its creators got the idea for this series while riding home on public transit – an inspiration they used in creating this program!