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Beetlejuice is a musical comedy with a book by Scott Brown and Anthony King, music and lyrics by Eddie Perfect, and direction by Alex Timbers. The show is based on the 1988 Tim Burton film of the same name.

The plot centers on Lydia Deetz, a young girl whose mother has recently died. Lydia is going through a tough period with her dad, who, from Lydia’s perspective, doesn’t seem to care about the tragedy in the family. Charles (dad) is busy planning out his new business idea and has a romance with Delia, his daughter’s life coach. Lydia feels like no one understands her and desperately tries to get attention.

One day she was scared by a couple of ghosts - a young couple who lived in the house before (Maitlands). They want the Deetz family out of their home as soon as possible. Lydia unsuccessfully tries to tell her dad that the house is haunted. However, her worries get dismissed, and instead, she learns that her dad and Delia got engaged.
Angry, she storms out onto the roof, where she meets Beetlejuice, a demon who dreams about getting rid of the curse that makes him invisible to the living world. Beetlejuice realizes that the girl can see him and is a perfect candidate for breaking the curse. Lydia just needs to say his name three times and the curse will be lifted. But there would be no story if everything was that easy…

The musical premiered on Broadway in 2019. The show was nominated for 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Original Score, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.

There are several reasons why Beetlejuice on Broadway is a great choice for groups. First, it is a musical comedy, so it is sure to entertain and keep your evening light and positive. Second, the story is hilarious but full of teachable moments, so Beetlejuice is awesome for families with kids. Finally, the sets and costumes are amazing and will delight everyone in the group. It’s just a great visual experience overall.

Yes, group tickets for the Beetlejuice Broadway musical can be purchased through this website. Broadway Inbound is an official seller for Beetlejuice as a Broadway musical and can provide you with the best prices and the best seats for this incredible production. To book group tickets for the Beetlejuice, the  Broadway musical, just follow the link to the Beetlejuice show page.

Discount group pricing is available for 10 or more tickets.

You can choose the section where you'd like your group to be seated. Once our group sales department confirms the availability of your tickets, you will receive an invoice that will include exact seat locations for everyone in your group.

Beetlejuice has a running time of 2 hours and 30 minutes, with one intermission.

Beetlejuice plays at the Marquis Theatre, located at 210 West 46 Street New York, NY 10036. Theatre opened in 1986 and has a capacity of 1,611 seats. 

The show is recommended for visitors 10+. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

The policies vary by theatre. Visit the Broadway Inbound COVID page for info on your show.



The policies vary by theatre. Visit the Broadway Inbound COVID page for info on your show.



There is no formal dress code for Beetlejuice musical on Broadway, but smart casual is always a good choice.

Both fans of the well-known movie and first-timers can expect a spooky, quirky, and darkly hilarious show. The musical follows the story of a recently deceased couple who haunted their own house, a self-centered demon named Beetlejuice, and a teenage girl, who recently moved into the house with her dad and his new fiance and going through a rough patch after the death of her mother. Each character has their own ambitions, plans, and means of getting what they desire. Come and see how it all plays out!

With a Tony Award®-nominated score and a cast of eccentric characters, no wonder Beetlejuice is a hit on Broadway. The musical features a score that is a mix of rock, pop, and Broadway, and the show is filled with humor, special effects, and spectacle. Beetlejuice is a ghoulishly good time and a must-see for fans of the film and of Broadway musicals.

We try our best to make sure that groups that come together sit together. However, it depends on how heavily the show is booked for a particular date. Sometimes we have to split companies across the seats that are left or suggest another date.

Broadway Inbound is your official source for Broadway group tickets. Please don’t buy tickets from untrusted sources. This way, you’ll be sure that you don’t run into any problems with your tickets at the door.

Yes. Broadway Inbound offers discounts for group visits. If you buy 10+ tickets as one order, you will save on your visit, unlike buying 10+ separate tickets for each member of the group.

January 8, 2023, is the announced closing date for Beetlejuice. If you have the chance to see the show before it closes, we highly recommend it. For group tickets of 10 or more, contact Broadway Inbound.

The creative team behind Beetlejuice is composed of some of the most talented people in the theater world. From the writers to the designers, this team has worked tirelessly to bring this show to life. The music of Beetlejuice is written by Eddie Perfect, with a book by Scott Brown and Anthony King. The show is directed by Alex Timbers, with choreography by Connor Gallagher. The Beetlejuice creative team created a show that is entertaining, exciting, and full of life (and death). Enjoy the ride!

The Broadway musical Beetlejuice is based on the 1988 Tim Burton movie of the same name. The original piece tells the story of a young couple, Barbara and Adam Maitland, who are killed in a car accident and find themselves stuck as ghosts in their own home. They soon realize that the only way to get rid of the new family that has moved in is to hire a "bio-exorcist" named Beetlejuice to help them. In the musical, however, some plot elements are slightly different. Come and see what’s different about Beetlejuice on Broadway.

Before the curtain goes up and once it comes down, selfies, group shots, and pics of your Playbill are encouraged. We hope you will share them on social media, but taking pictures during a Broadway show is not allowed. This includes taking pictures with your camera, phone, or any other type of device. Although you may want to capture the moment, please be respectful of the performers and other audience members by not taking pictures or filming. Not only does it distract from the experience for those around you, but it also interrupts the performers and can ruin the show for everyone.

Yes, and Beetlejuice is the perfect show for a fun and unique group outing. This Tony-nominated Broadway show is based on the iconic 1988 Tim Burton film and is ideal for groups of all ages. The musical tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager who is haunted by the ghost of Beetlejuice, a mischievous demon. With the show’s catchy songs, high-energy dance numbers, and outrageous characters, Beetlejuice is a must-see for groups. So round up your friends, colleagues, or students and get ready for a spooky good time.

Broadway offers a wide variety of shows to choose from, so there is sure to be a production that will appeal to everyone in your group. Broadway shows are known for being of high quality, so you can be sure that your group will be entertained and will enjoy the outing.

Broadway is a special place because it is home to some of the most iconic theaters in the world. These theaters have hosted numerous memorable, influential performances throughout their history, and continue to do so today. Broadway is also one of the symbols of New York and is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to the city.
Seeing Beetlejuice on Broadway with a group should certainly be on your bucket list!