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About Beetlejuice on Broadway

Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice. Say it three times, and Tony Award-nominated School of Rock actor Alex Brightman will appear as the title character in the musical adaptation of the 1988 comedy classic Beetlejuice, now being resurrected on Broadway for a second run. Get Beetlejuice tickets on TodayTix.

If you loved the Beetlejuice movie, see the frightfully fun story live on stage. The Beetlejuice musical keeps Tim Burton's distinctive, spooky aesthetic intact and adds plenty of pop culture and theatre humor, frightfully catchy songs, and plenty of special effects. The titular chaos-causing poltergeist gets even more stage time than in the movie, and amid his zany antics is also a show about family, making the most of life while you have it, and also making the most of death if you're stuck in it. A New York Theatre Guide review calls Beetlejuice "a parade of eccentricity with flair and great comedy technique that turns it into a subversive delight." There's a reason why the fan-favorite, eight-time Tony-nominated show got brought back from the dead!

Featuring a book by Scott Brown and Anthony King and a score by Eddie Perfect, the Beetlejuice musical, directed by Alex Timbers, fuses the worlds of the living and the dead. When the goth teenager Lydia, her dad, and his new lover purchase a new home, Lydia soon discovers it’s haunted by its previous owners, a timid suburban couple. Being decidedly not scary themselves, they've summoned Beetlejuice to help frighten the new tenants away.

Lucky for Lydia, she’s totally obsessed with “the whole being dead thing” and doesn't want to be in that house anyway, so she quickly befriends the spirits who’ve risen from six feet under. Little does she know, though, she's a key part of Beetlejuice's own plan to come fully back to life, and he'll do anything to make it happen.

Saying "Beetlejuice tickets" three times won't make them appear, but you can get your Beetlejuice Broadway tickets today-o on TodayTix.

Start date

April 8th, 2022

End date

January 8th, 2023

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1K+ Reviews

John Ned

John Ned

172 Reviews | 183 Followers
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Great staging, Ambitious, Campy, Commercial

See it if you want to see a visually fantastic show that dazzles with cool special effects. The set and lighting are terrific. Filled with fun moments

Don’t see it if you want a sophisticated evening of classical theatre. This is a show that tries hard to be a crowd pleaser.

kitty witty

kitty witty

218 Reviews | 150 Followers
100
Great staging, Hilarious, Must see, Great acting, Entertaining

See it if You are a fan of musicals that flow, sharp clever and keep you excited &engaged.Costumes, dancing, staging, songs are the very best. Just go

Don’t see it if You don't like to hear the Fword used on stage or like strobe & flashing lites

stef 8112

stef 8112

150 Reviews | 76 Followers
80
Refreshing, Funny, Enchanting, Absorbing

See it if A funny, zany, fantastical, disjointed, big budget spectacle centering on Beetlejuice and Lydia from the cult classic film.

Don’t see it if You are looking for a traditional Broadway show. This is like Book of Morman meets Thriller.

Scott 7281

Scott 7281

227 Reviews | 76 Followers
82
Cartoonish, Great staging, Enchanting, Quirky, Funny

See it if You love Beetlejuice. The musical effectively captures the film’s tone, macabre humor and aesthetic.

Don’t see it if You’re looking for something deep or meaningful. The plot has been fleshed out from the film, but feels dumber and more cartoonish.

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Stars on stage

Alex Brightman

Alex Brightman

Beetlejuice on Broadway cast and creative team

By: Book by Scott Brown & Anthony King, with Music & Lyrics by Eddie Perfect, based on the Warner Bros. motion picture Beetlejuice with story by Michael McDowell & Larry Wilson
Director: Alex Timbers
Producer: Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures and Langley Park Productions
Cast list: Alex Brightman (as Beetlejuice), Elizabeth Teeter (as Lydia), Kerry Butler (as Barbara), David Josefsberg (as Adam), Adam Dannheisser (as Charles), Leslie Kritzer (as Delia), Jill Abramovitz (as Juno), Kelvin Moon Loh (as Otho), Danny Rutigliano (as Maxie Dean), Dana Steingold (as the Girl Scout)
Design: David Korins
Lighting: Kenneth Posner
Costume: William Ivey Long
Choreography: Connor Gallagher
Sound: Peter Hylenski
Other info: Music direction by Kris Kukul, music production by Matt Stine, dance arrangements by David Dabbon, projection design by Peter Nigrini, puppet design by Michael Curry, special effects design by Jeremy Chernick, illusions by Michael Weber

Venue

1535 Broadway (between 45th and 46th Street), New York, NY, USA, 10036

Accessibility

Wheelchair access, assisted listening devices, closed captioning devices, seat accessibility

More information about Beetlejuice on Broadway

Beetlejuice may be stuck in the same house for eternity, but the Beetlejuice musical has traveled far. Before coming to Broadway, the show premiered at Washington, D.C.'s National Theatre. The whole cast from that production, led by Brightman, transferred with Beetlejuice to New York in April 2019, where it ran for just under a year. Set to close in June 2020, Beetlejuice ended up closing early, in March 2020, amid the pandemic.

While Broadway was shut down, though, the Beetlejuice cast and creative team took to social media to keep promoting the show, holding multiple virtual events — costume contests, virtual stagedoors, and more. The fan response was so overwhelming that Beetlejuice came back in April 2022. The Music Man had moved into its old venue, the Winter Garden Theatre, so Beetlejuice is now at the Marquis Theatre, with all its spectacular sets and effects intact (yes, including the massive sandworm). Many original cast members returned with the show, including Brightman, Kerry Butler as Barbara Maitland, and Leslie Kritzer as Delia Schlimmer.

Beetlejuice's first NYC run marked the Broadway debuts of Scott Brown and Anthony King. Neither are new to theatre, though: Brown is a former theatre critic for New York magazine, and King is the former artistic director of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Their Beetlejuice collaborator, composer/lyricist Eddie Perfect, had just debuted on Broadway with King Kong in November 2018, making Beetlejuice his second show in one Broadway season.

Perfect began writing songs for Beetlejuice in 2014, and a companion album to the show's cast recording, Beetlejuice: The Demos The Demos The Demos, features a ton of songs that didn't make it into the final cut of Beetlejuice on Broadway. Alex Timbers, who also helmed the Tony-winning Best Musical Moulin Rouge! The Musical, has also been attached to Beetlejuice since the beginning, for more than 10 years.

What to Watch For

  • The Beetlejuice set contains homages to Tim Burton. The gravestones in the opening scene all bear the names of other Burton film characters, and they sit on hills sculpted to resemble the Claymation animation style of The Nightmare Before Christmas.
  • Beetlejuice also contains references to Golden Age Broadway musicals like Hello, Dolly! and Brigadoon. Keep your ear out for them!
  • Brightman, and the other actors that play Beetlejuice, use a special vocal technique called ventricular fold phonation. It lets them sing and speak in the character's gravelly voice for long periods of time without damaging their vocal cords.
  • The title character’s name is actually spelled Betelgeuse after the star in the Orion constellation, but for advertising purposes for the original film, Beetlejuice was spelled phonetically.
  • The Beetlejuice musical gained lots of its fans by going viral on social media. It all started when the cast posted videos from backstage, doing trendy TikTok dances in costume.
  • Multiple stars of the original Beetlejuice movie have come to see the show, including Geena Davis (who played Barbara) and Catherine O'Hara (who played Delia). They both loved it!

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