The scenic design by David Korins is a stunningly macabre tribute to Tim Burton himself and the production overflows with special effects by Jeremy Chernick and illusions by Michael Weber that are as jaw-dropping as they are heart-stopping. The movie is credited with firmly establishing Tim Burton as the Master of Macabre and the leader of the gothic fantasy genre. Produced by Warner Bros. Broadway performances begin on March 28, , ahead of an official opening on April
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Get tickets to a Thursday performance during the month of October and enter the in-person costume contest. Head to the 7th Avenue side of the theatre between 50th St. The costumes will be judged during the performance, and the winner will be announced on-stage during the curtain call. After the performance, the winner s will go backstage and get a photo taken with a cast member. Follow these rules or you're dead to us. Contest entries will be accepted between pm ET and pm ET on October 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31, Entries may include groups of up to six 6 people. Every person entered into the contest, including members of a group, must provide proof of their ticket to that evening's performance.
It is based on the film of the same name. The story concerns a deceased couple who try to haunt the new inhabitants of their former home and call for help from a devious bio- exorcist ghost named Betelgeuse pronounced "Beetlejuice" , who is summoned by saying his name three times. One of the new inhabitants is a young girl, Lydia, who is dealing with her mother's death and her neglectful father. The musical had a tryout at the National Theatre , Washington, D. It is produced by Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures a unit of franchise owner Warner Bros. A group of people at a graveyard mourn the passing of Emily Deetz. Emily's daughter, Lydia, reflects on the death of her mother and her own inability to be noticed by her father, Charles "Prologue: Invisible".