Beetlejuice on Broadway Tickets
Save on Beetlejuice on Broadway tickets by purchasing them before you go to New York. Buying Theatre tickets online is easy, safe and, above all, saves time and money. Head to Winter Garden Theatre to see this show! Beetlejuice the musical is based on the 1988 Tim Burton cult classic movie of the same name, although the musical version doesn’t resemble the movie much. Beetlejuice tells the story of Goth-teen Lydia Deetz, who is obsessed with the dead because of the passing of her mother.
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Lydia, her father and soon-to-be stepmother are moving, and it appears that there are a couple of ghosts inhabiting their new house. The previous owners; Barbara and Adam were both killed in an accident and are now trapped in their old home. Lydia is the only one who can see them. Barbara and Adam like to see the new inhabitants gone and Lydia summons demon Beetlejuice to help her kick Lydia’s parents out of the house. Beetlejuice’s plans, however, are quite extreme. Not everyone is so enthusiastic about his approach.
How to buy Beetlejuice tickets?
It is easy to buy tickets for Beetlejuice with the link below. I recommend buying tickets online before your trip to New York. Why? A lot of shows are very popular and often sell out. You’ll also save time, money and most importantly you won’t have to stress about finding tickets when you are in New York.
Buying tickets is simple:
- Click on the link and select the date you want to go
- Fill in your information and pay
- Check your email for the confirmation and voucher
- Exchange your voucher at the theatre on the day of the show, with valid photo ID
Seats are assigned by the theatre, which is why you won’t know your exact seating at the time of booking. Seat numbers will be clearly marked on the tickets. For bookings of up to 4 people, you are guaranteed seats together. For larger groups, the theatre will try its best.
Send me an email at [email protected] if you want to book for groups of 15 or more.
- Minimum age: Recommended for age 12 and up.
- Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes
- Location: Winter Garden Theatre, 1634 Broadway