Watch BEETLEJUICE Cast Members Get Spooked at Haunted House


Beetlejuice cast member Kelvin Moon Loh at Blood Manor | Photo: Theatrely

Dan Meyer
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October 21, 2022 12:00 PM

Boo! Spooky szn is officially here and it’s scaring several Broadway stars..mwah hahahahaha! The cast of Beetlejuice The Musical stopped by Blood Manor in downtown NYC for a frightful trip into the unknown, and Theatrely was on the scene.

Despite visiting the underworld eight times a week at the Marquis Theatre, Elizabeth Teeter, David Josefsberg, Dana Steingold, and Kelvin Moon Loh (in a sandworm costume), were no match for the haunted ghouls of this house. Their reactions ranged from genuine terror (poor Dana) to cheeky humor (we see you, David).

Check out the spooky-but-funny video below.

Beetlejuice is set to run on Broadway through January 8, 2023, with a national tour kicking off this December in San Francisco, California.

At the Marquis, the musical stars Tony nominee Alex Brightman in the title role, Elizabeth Teeter as Lydia, Kerry Butler as Barbara, David Josefsberg as Adam, Adam Dannheisser as Charles, Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer as Delia, Michelle Aravena as Miss Argentina, Kelvin Moon Loh as Otho, Zonya Love as Maxine Dean/Juno, Danny Rutigliano as Maxie Juno, and Dana Steingold as Girl Scout.

The ensemble features Kate Bailey, Will Blum, Ryan Breslin, Natalie Charle Ellis, Brooke Engen, Eric Anthony Johnson, Katie Lombardo, Andrew Kober, Elliott Mattox, Sean McManus, Mateo Melendez, Nevada Riley, Graham Stevens, and Michael Bryan Wang.

A fan favorite among the TikTok generation, Beetlejuice has had an unconventional Broadway run. It shuttered on March 12, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic after originally being announced to close in June that year. Overwhelming demand on social media led to a return engagement when theatres reopened.

Beetlejuice is directed by Tony winner Alex Timbers (Moulin Rouge! The Musical), with an original score by Eddie Perfect, and a book by Scott Brown and Anthony King. It’s based on the cult favorite 1988 film from Warner Brothers and directed by Tim Burton. 

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Dan Meyer

After 4 years in the biz, Dan swapped out theatre for sports and is now a researcher at NBC Olympics. Spectacle remains a key passion and is dedicated to building bridges between different forms of entertainment. He has worked as a writer and editor at Theatrely and Playbill, covering Broadway and beyond. In addition, he has been published in Rolling Stone, Spy, and others.