Why See Beetlejuice?
Tim Burton's Oscar-winning Beetlejuice is stepping onto the stage this Spring as the beloved movie gets a musical revamp! After a pre-Broadway run in Washington Anthony King, Scott Brown and Australian comedian Eddie Perfect's creation comes to life at the Winter Garden theatre for a run that is sure to give you the creeps!
Originally starring the likes of Alec Baldwin and Winona Ryder, this kooky classic is ready to ramp up the weird with the brand new production focussing more on death obsessed teen Lydia Deetz. But have no fear (or do) stripe wearing Beetlejuice will still be there being the ghost with the most! Alex Timbers (of recent Moulin Rouge! The Musical fame) directs.
What is Beetlejuice about?
Lydia Deetz has an odd obsession, death, and an even odder talent, talking to ghosts. So when her family move into a haunted mansion it's Lydia's time to shine. As the previous occupiers, Adam and Barbra (who are now dead) try to scare the new proprietors out of their beloved home, with no prevail, they call upon the mischievous and stripe loving Beetlejuice to their aid...
Previews from: 1 March 2019
Opening night: 25 April 2019
Cast and Creative
Directed by Alex Timbers
Score by Eddie Perfect
Book by Anthony King and Scott Brown
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