Beetlejuice the musical Tour

The national tour of the hit musical Beetlejuice has remarkably recouped its capitalization costs after just 11 months – a mere 37 weeks on the road. The tour launched on December 7, 2022 at San Francisco's Golden Gate Theatre, with Justin Collette starring in the titular role.

Joining Collette in the current touring company are Isabella Esler as Lydia, Megan McGinnis as Barbara, Will Burton as Adam, Jesse Sharp as Charles, Kate Marilley as Delia, and an uber-talented ensemble including Jackera Davis, Abe Goldfarb, Danielle Marie Gonzalez, Kris Roberts, Brian Vaughn, Michael Biren, Ryan Breslin, Juliane Godfrey, Morgan Harrison, Matthew Michael Janisse, Kenway Hon Wai K. Kua, Sean McManus, Lee N Price, Nevada Riley, Trevor Michael Schmidt, Lexie Dorsett Sharp, and Corben Williams.

With its haunting success, new playing dates have been added extending the tour's route through June 2024. Fans can check for the full schedule of cities.

Based on the quintessential Tim Burton cult film from 1988, Beetlejuice spins the story of strange and unusual teenager Lydia Deetz, whose world turns upside down when she meets a recently deceased couple and the mischievous Beetlejuice – a demon with an affinity for striped suits. When Lydia calls on Beetlejuice to scare away the living, this double-crossing spirit unleashes pandemonium.

The acclaimed creative team is led by Tony winner Alex Timbers (Moulin Rouge!) directing, with an original score by Eddie Perfect, book by Scott Brown and Anthony King, music supervision by Kris Kukul, and choreography by Connor Gallagher. The design team features scenic design by David Korins, costumes by William Ivey Long, lighting by Kenneth Posner, sound by Peter Hylenski, projections by Peter Nigrini, puppets by Michael Curry, special effects by Jeremy Chernick, and more.

After opening on Broadway in 2019 and earning 8 Tony nominations, Beetlejuice played its final performance in January 2023 after a pandemic-induced hiatus. The musical originally starred Alex Brightman in the title role opposite Elizabeth Teeter as Lydia.

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