Beetlejuice – The Musical at James M. Nederlander Theatre

Beetlejuice - The Musical Tickets

Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts | Chicago, Illinois

Beetlejuice - The Musical

As you are greeted by the most fantastic set design, you will soon comprehend that you are not in for any plain production. That is the magic of this hit play, Beetlejuice. It has all the makings of a downright time out at Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday 26th May 2024. With a top-notch cast dressed in the most pretty costume design and outstanding set design, tickets will sell out quick but you can reserve your seat by buying your tickets right here. Find out how the story unravel as Beetlejuice and Lydia Deetz deal with the whole ‘being dead thing’.

The play's dark and amazing themes are sure to beguile even the most jaded theatergoer. A strong performance will wow at the musical, and the duo of Lydia and Beetlejuice will take the audience on an epic journey. Tickets will quickly sell out for this award-winning stage production, which features 24 songs such as "Day-O, Man Smart, Woman Smarter" and "Jump in the Line (Shake Seora)," so be sure to get yours as soon as possible.

In Beetlejuice, the main character, Betelgeuse, is a bio-exorcist demon who is fixated with going back to the world of the living. Once Betelgeuse understands that Barbara and Adam Maitland have fallen through the floor of their beloved home, he sees a chance to secure what he wants. The recently deceased will be allowed to leave if they can persuade a living person to say their name three times. His clearly laid strategy quickly falls through after he finds out that one of the new housemates is the sassy and resourceful Lydia.

She puts Betelgeuse through tests that he would never have anticipated and wins over the hearts of the Maitlands in the process. Shenanigans ensue, as this zany bunch of misfits attempts to find happiness and independence together, whether dead or alive.

Beetlejuice - The Musical at Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts

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