Dave Malloy has posted a few proshots of the musicals he worked on and that led me back to adoring Great Comet. I never had a chance to see the show live so now I am dying for an off-Broadway revival in the vain of the Ars Nova or Kazino productions.
nealb1 said: "Wow, thanks for the info on that. Where on the AR page is it? I don't see it. I'm logged in, and don't see anything about trivia questions. Was it only for a short time? Perhaps it's been removed now?"
Scroll all the way down to "More Ways to Earn" and Trivia is the first thing there. Around where their contact information is. They make it super hard to spot on the front page, but it is there
BEETLEJUICE HAS CLOSED AND WILL NOT NOT NOT BE REOPENING @ A DIFFERENT THEATRE.
Ok! With that said, let’s close this thread!"
But this thread is about the musical's future, not just speculation on if it's opening on Broadway again. We are allowed to talk about that, that is clearly in the title. I agree this should not be a million different threads saying the same thing, but there is no ha
Interesting video about Presley Ryan's last day before the show closed, which seems to stoke the flame of possibly coming back. She says the show had it's "...the last performance of Beetlejuice for now" and mentioning the cast has weekly Zoom calls (very similar to shows that are planning to open when the virus subsides). To me, this does not automatically mean BJ on Broadway will open up again, but it does not seem impossible. Best case scenario, BJ finds a new
Scarlet Leigh said: "They are very VERY much still trying to make a transfer once shows reopen a thing. All their social media accounts have very STRATEGICALLY worded the closing announcement today with things like "Beetlejuice has had it's final performance...... at the Winter Garden." "
That was true a few months ago, but even before the shutdown they dropped using the "final performance at the Winter Garden June 6th" to just "final per
For Broadway, yup, but there is still the tour and the multiple productions opening over the world. Plus, rights for the show should be coming soon, so maybe regional/school productions will be coming not long after the tour.
dramamama611 said: "The press release says it will play at next year's season - and, tbh, I can't imagine Paulus premiering it anywhere BUT the ART. I'll let you know about timing when they contact me."
I really hope it doesn't come to that, as that would effect the whole pre-Broadway tour, but that's probably likely.
I like the song and I feel Katharine McPhee is a fantastic actor, I am wondering if she is right for the role. I would imagine Betty Boop on stage would be more like how she is in the cartoons, squeaky and small. McPhee might be working towards how Betty Boop is often portrayed or Foster/McPhee might want to take the character in a new direction, I have no idea. No matter what, I am still excited for McPhee possibly coming back to Broadway.
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