Skelley usually has dinner around 4 p.m., so he can make it to his 5:30 p.m. call time at the Curran Theater.
To fuel his performance, he swears by a Californian club sandwich from Flour+Water.
“The bread is amazing, it’s kind of the perfect mix of turkey, bacon, lettuce, peppers, avocado,” he explained. “This will allow me to last until 11 p.m.”
Skelley’s favorite drink before the show? An iced chocolate chai from Dandelion Chocolate.
“A little caffeine, a little sweet,” he described. “I need my caffeine to keep going, it’s a three and a half hour piece.”
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is an award-winning new play currently playing at the Curran Theater in San Francisco.
The plot takes place 19 years after Harry, Ron and Hermione saved the wizarding world, and now they’re back to embark on a new adventure. Audiences will enjoy a thrilling sequel to Harry’s spellbinding story with visions of pure enchantment along the way.
“There’s adventure and time travel, all kinds of magic,” Skelley said. “At the heart of the story is a story of family and what it means to grow up.”
Looking forward to the production’s next leg of the tour, Skelley says she will miss San Francisco.
“I will miss the city and the energy of the city,” he explained. “It’s artsy and it’s wacky and weird and funky. And I’m going to miss all of that.”
Head here for more information on ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’.