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Sorry! You missed Beetlejuice at Detroit Opera House

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If you're happy to travel

You can catch Beetlejuice at Shea's Buffalo Theatre in Buffalo, showing Until Mar 26, 2023

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Beetlejuice is also touring to:


Tue 16th Jan 2024



Tue 5th Dec 2023



Tue 14th May 2024



Tue 16th May 2023


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1526 Broadway St, Detroit, MI 48226

Why See ?

Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice! 

Calling all guys, gals and ghouls! Fresh from a critically acclaimed Broadway run, Beetlejuice The Musical is heading out on a hotly anticipated tour of North America this year. Beginning performances from April 2019 at the Winter Garden Theatre, the outrageous new tuner overcame a slow start to become a firm fan favorite, breaking its venue's records with a stunning $1.6 million grossed over Thanksgiving week and garnering eight Tony nominations. 

It was only a matter of time until the creepy camp cult hit film was turned into theatrical musical magic. The new production is based on the smash hit Tim Burton feature film released in 1988, which featured a smorgasbord of acting talents including a young Winona Ryder, Geena Davis, Alec Baldwin and Micheal Keaton. Universally praised for its anarchic off-the-wall humour, tuneful music, wicked lyrics and a carnivalesque set design, Beetlejuice provides a feast for the eyes, ears and inner angsty gothic teenager. Direction comes from Award-winning theatremaker Alex Timbers, with a score by Eddie Perfect, a book by Scott Brown and Anthony King, and choreography from Connor Gallagher. 

What is Beetlejuice About? 

Lydia Deetz is not your average All American teenage girl. Marching firmly to the beat of her own drum, the strange and unusual heroine enjoys writing poetry, photography and anything to do with the paranormal and supernatural. Misunderstood by her father and stepmother, her isolated life is turned upside down when she moves into a new home haunted by a recently deceased couple called Barbara and Adam Maitland, and the rambunctious demon Beetlejuice. With the help of the Maitlands, Lydia sets out to foil the outrageous Beetlejuice's nefarious plans to come back to life and comes of age in the process. 

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Performance date: 1 January 1970

Run time

Two hours and 30 minutes with one interval

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Please note: The above images are taken from the original Broadway production and do no necessarily reflect tour casting.


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Cast and Creative


Justin Collette as Beetlejuice
Britney Coleman as Barbara Maitland
Will Burton as Adam Maitland
Isabella Esler as Lydia Deetz
Kate Marilley as Delia
Abe Goldfarb as Ortho
Karmine Alers as Maxine Dean/Juno
Jesse Sharp as Charles
Danielle Marie Gonzalez as Miss Argentina
Brian Vaughn as Maxie Dean
Jackera Davis as the Girl Scout


Michael Biren, Ryan Breslin, Juliane Godfrey, Morgan Harrison, Matthew Michael Janisse, Kenway Ho Wai K. Kua, Sean McManus, Lee N Price, Nevada Riley, Trevor Michael Schmidt, Lexie Dorsett Sharp, and CorBen Williams.


Directed by Alex Timbers
Score by Eddie Perfect
Book by Scott Brown and Anthony King
Choreography by Connor Gallagher


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