Tennessee Performing Arts Center - Andrew Jackson Hall | Nashville, Tennessee
This spring is heating up when Nashville welcomes one of Broadway’s most popular theatrical premieres on its latest tour run. And that means you can secure tickets, so you can watch Beetlejuice - The Musical live at Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday 13th March 2024! Audiences will be able to join tens of thousands of fans in catching this exciting new vision of the classic 1988 film by greatest Director Alex Timbers. With a brand-new cast taking on the roles of characters you love to tell a story you will love. And the musical is backed by enchanting music composed by world-famous composer Eddie Perfect. But more than that, you’ll get to experience the imaginative and visionary set and costume design made just for Beetlejuice - The Musical at Tennessee Performing Arts Center. It’s a big name event that you can’t afford to miss. But if you are keen to join the fun, then you can’t delay because tickets may be on sale today, but they won’t last long. So don’t miss out and Tap the buy tickets link below, so you can buy your tickets to experience Beetlejuice - The Musical live at Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday 13th March 2024!
The play's dark and delightful themes are sure to enthrall even the most jaded theatergoer. an ensemble cast will wow at the show, and the duo of Lydia and Beetlejuice will take the audience on an extraordinary trip. Tickets will quickly sell out for this award-winning stage production, which features 24 songs like "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 protagonist, Betelgeuse, is a bio-exorcist demon who is obsessed with returning 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 an opportunity to obtain what he wants. The recently departed will be allowed to leave if they can convince a living person to repeat their name three times. His clearly laid strategy quickly falls through after he learns that one of the new housemates is the sassy and shrewd Lydia.
She puts Betelgeuse through tests that he would never have expected and wins over the hearts of the Maitlands in the process. Hell breaks loose, as this kooky bunch of misfits attempts to find freedom and happiness together, whether dead or alive.