Belk Theatre at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center | Charlotte, North Carolina
Right now, you could join scores of Broadway’s biggest fans in catching one of the most spookily fun shows of the season. Because right now, tickets are on sale for Beetlejuice - The Musical live at Belk Theatre at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in Charlotte, North Carolina on Friday 29th December 2023! That’s right! Tens of thousands have already fallen in love by this bold new vision of The Ghost With the Most. Broadway’s biggest performers are taking on the roles you have been dreaming about to bring new life to this ghost tale. You won’t believe your senses when you witness the eye-popping special effects and set design. And you won’t stop humming along with the incredible musical score written by five-star composer Eddie Perfect. It’s quite possibly the biggest show to come to Charlotte this season and, certainly, one of the biggest events of this December. So don’t wait too long because tickets may be available now but they won’t last forever. Beat the rush and Tap the buy tickets link below, so you can buy your tickets to experience Beetlejuice - The Musical live at Belk Theatre at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in Charlotte, North Carolina this coming Friday 29th December 2023!
The play's dark and delightful themes are sure to enthrall even the most jaded theatergoer. an ensemble cast will wow at the musical, and the duo of Lydia and Beetlejuice will take the audience on an unforgettable trip. Tickets will sell out quickly 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 obsessed 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 accomplish what he wants. The recently departed will be allowed to leave if they can convince a living person to utter their name three times. His clearly laid strategy quickly falls through after he learns that one of the new housemates is the sassy and sneaky Lydia.
She puts Betelgeuse through a series of tasks that he would never have predicted and wins over the hearts of the Maitlands in the process. Hi jinks ensue, as this zany bunch of misfits attempts to find freedom and happiness together, whether dead or alive.