We're Very Unhappy: How Endless Rewrites Saved Beetlejuice - Consequence
Nobody wants to do them, but they can be a blessing. Take this retrospective, for example. Another angle: the shock success of Beetlejuice, a crossover macabre smash, but um, duh? The splendid soundtrack? Also, talk of charting the eternally-gestating Beetlejuice sequel was briefly in play, but like, you can Wikipedia that on your own. You can keep working until a.
Good And Evil In Beetlejuice
There are arguments for putting Beetlejuice into both the comedy and horror genres. The appearance of the eponymous character is undeniably comedic. After all, a ghost who dresses in a dapper and careful manner, but whose face is moldy and whose teeth are falling out, strikes an ambiguous and comedic tone. The Maitlands' storyline is also rather amusing, and treated lightly; the concept of a ghost who isn't able to spook is a rather comic scenario.
It is based on the film of the same name. The story concerns a deceased couple who try to haunt the new inhabitants of their former home and call for help from a devious bio- exorcist ghost named Betelgeuse pronounced "Beetlejuice" , who is summoned by saying his name three times. One of the new inhabitants is a young girl, Lydia, who is dealing with her mother's death and her neglectful father. The musical had a tryout at the National Theatre , Washington, D. It is produced by Warner Bros.