"Let's go to the theater on Sunday the 13th, where the straps of the 9 will be delivered," the producers of the film have posted on Instagram.
The giveaway was good news for thousands of Harry Potter fans, with cheaper tickets that cost between $ 65 and $ 175 per share, and the most expensive $ 270.
The Instagram post was accompanied by a video of some of the film's main actors, including Gyton Grantley (who will play Ron Weasley), Gareth Reeves (playing adult Harry) and Paula Arundell (as Hermione Granger).
"We have been working hard in the last few months in our new Australian home, the beautiful new Princess Theater in Melbourne here on Spring Street and we are very close to sharing with you," said Reeves.
"In fact it is our general test of the last week, Wednesday and Thursday, and we thought we would do something special."
"This is a very rare opportunity for you to try the general rehearsal that is usually reserved for creatives while we put the finishing touches on production, so anything could happen, "added Arundell.
expect that free tickets, which are limited to one per person, will be in great demand.
Melbourne is the first city to host Harry Potter and the Cursed after London, where it was premiered, and New York.
Unlike the films of Harry Potter adapted from the novels of JK Rowling, Cursed Child is written by Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany. It resumes from where the epilogue of the final novel of the series came out, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ; 1
An unlikely friendship is established between the son of Harry Albus (Sean Rees-Wemyss) and Scorpius Malfoy (William McKenna), son of the former Harry's nemesis.
Divided into two parts, fans are encouraged to see both on the same day or on consecutive evenings.