Winter Garden Theatre


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Show & Venue Information

Age Restriction: Might not be suitable for younger children

One of Broadway’s newest musicals, Beetlejuice makes it premiere on the Great White Way after earlier performances in Washington D.C. Based on Tim Burton’s beloved fantasy-comedy-horror film, join the well-known ghost whose haunting behaviour is sure to linger in your mind. So, if you’re looking to see one of Broadway’s hottest shows, you’ll want to book your tickets for Beetlejuice.

Following the film’s storyline, Beetlejuice follows Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager whose life changes when she meets a recently deceased couple and a stripy-clothed demon named Beetlejuice. Calling upon him to scare her parents, Lydia and Beetlejuice form an inexplicable friendship, where exorcisms and arranged marriages are part of an unbelievable plan. While ghosts may be six feet under, Beetlejuice is a horror-comedy about family, love and making the most of every Day-O!

If you’re looking for even more film-to-stage adaptations such as Beetlejuice, Broadway is filled with them! Santino Fontana currently stars as Michael Dorsey in the Broadway premiere of Tootsie, while the Empire State Building has never looked so big at the stage adaptation of King Kong. But, if you’re looking for a musical filled with ghouls and creepy goings-on, you’ll want to book your tickets to Beetlejuice.

Did you know?

The original Broadway cast stars Alex Brightman as Beetlejuice, with a cast including Sophia Anne Caruso and Kerry Butler.

Beetlejuice was first released in cinemas in 1988, starring Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder.

Location & Travel

Address: 1634 Broadway, (between 50th and 51st Street), New York, 10019 - Get directions


Show & Venue Information

Winter Garden Theatre

Winter Garden Theatre
1634 Broadway
(between 50th and 51st Street)
New York

Booking From

Tuesday, 23rd July 2019

Booking To

Saturday, 4th January 2020

Running Time

2 hours and 40 minutes

Age Restrictions

Might not be suitable for younger children

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