say goodbye to broadway Beetle Juice in 2023
The Ghost-with-the-Most has announced a closing date at the Marquis Theater as it prepares to go on a national tour.
Broadway’s Beetle Juice Will become one of the departed on January 8, 2023. With 16 weeks remaining, the musical has announced its final performance date at the Marquis Theatre.
In its final weeks, the show will embark on a national tour at the Golden Gate Theater in San Francisco starting December 6. The tour will stop in 26 cities across the country.
Musicale has also announced that it will surprise fans every day for the month of October, including a weekly costume contest, exclusive MAC cosmetic content, limited edition swag giveaways, new TikTok videos and digital content, and more. For the full program of the festival, see BeetlejuiceBroadway.com,
Beetle Juice Debuts on Broadway on March 28, 2019 at the Winter Garden Theatre, where it opens on April 25. Its early engagement earned it eight Tony Awards. After the COVID-19 shutdown, the show returned to Broadway—and brought back the biggest sandworm on the Broadway stage and the Netherlands with it, re-opening on April 8, 2022 with the Tony nominee at the Marcus Theater. Alex Brightman Reprising the role of Titanic Poltergeist opposite newcomer Elizabeth Teeter (crucible, spectator) as Lydia Deetz.
Tony Award nominee Kerry Butler, David Josephsberg, Obie Award winner Adam Danheuser, Lortel winner Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer, Calvin Moon Loh, Danny Rutigliano and Dana Steingold all return to company with Brightman. They are cast by Michelle Aravena (A Bronx Tale, Rocky) as Miss Argentina and Zonya Love (The Color Purple) as Maxine Dean/Juno, as well as Kate Bailey, Will Blum, Ryan Breslin, Natalie Charle Ellis, Brooke have joined. Engen, Eric Anthony Johnson, Andrew Kober, Elliot Mattox, Matteo Melendez, Ramon Owens, Commodore C. Primus III, Nevada Riley and Graham Stevens.
Based on Tim Burton’s cult favorite film, Beetle Juice Tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager whose life is changed when she meets a recently deceased couple and Beetlejuice, a demon for the Stripes. When Lydia summons Beetlejuice to scare anyone with Sense, this double-crossing Specter uncovers a (neither) world of pestilence.
Alex Timbers directs the musical, which features an original score by Tony nominee Eddie Perfect and a book by Tony nominee Scott Brown and Anthony King. Music supervision, orchestral and incidental music are by Chris Kukul, and choreography is by Connor Gallagher.
The creative team included beautiful designer David Corrins, costume designer William Ivey Long, lighting designer Kenneth Posner, sound designer Peter Hilensky, projection designer Peter Nigrini, puppet designer Michael Curry, special effects designer Jeremy Chernick, hair and wig designer Charles G. Including Lapointe. , makeup designer Joe Dulude II and physical movement coordinator Lorenzo Pisoni.
Illusion is by Michael Weber while the dance arrangements are by David Daban. Production is serving Rachel Vauder as stage manager, Katy Davis as associate director, Nancy Renée Braun as associate choreographer, and Jenny Gersten as line producer. Casting is by Telsey + Company and Rachel Hoffman and music is produced by Matt Stine.
For tickets and more information, see BeetlejuiceBroadway.com,