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beetlejuice on Broadway in North American Tour announcement
beetlejuice on Broadway in North American Tour announcement
beetlejuice on Broadway in North American Tour announcement

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The main and featured cast members of BEETLEJUICE’s North American tour have been announced

NOTE: This article is 1 year old and may not include the most recent information.

Justin Collette will play Beetlejuice, Isabella Esler will play Lydia Deetz, Britney Coleman will play Barbara Maitland, Will Burton will play Adam Maitland, Jesse Sharp will play Charles, Kate Marilley will play Delia, Danielle Marie Gonzalez will play Miss Argentina, Abe Goldfarb will play Ortho, Karmine Alers will play Maxine Dean/Juno, Brian Vaughn will play Maxie Dean, and Jackera Davis will play the Girl Scout. We will be making an announcement about additional casting soon.

After making its debut in Paducah, Kentucky, the tour will kick off in December at the Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco, California, and then continue on to haunt a total of 27 locations across North America. See BeetlejuiceBroadway.com for tour dates and locations.

Trevor Decker
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