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Beetlejuice Announces $33.33 Ticket Lottery at Weekly Live Game Show

"It's (Game) Showtime!" will kick off on April 2, hosted by Beetlejuice himself, Alex Brightman.

Alex Brightman and Sophia Anne Caruso as Beetlejuice and Lydia in a promotional image from Beetlejuice.
(© Matthew Murphy)

The new Broadway musical Beetlejuice has announced that every Tuesday during preview performances, the show will host a weekly lottery for specially priced $33.33 tickets. The lottery will be preceded by "It's (Game) Showtime!", a live game show hosted by members of the cast, outside the Winter Garden Theatre Box Office. "It's (Game) Showtime!" will kick off with the inaugural live show on April 2, hosted by Beetlejuice himself, Alex Brightman.

Every Tuesday, the lottery will open at 5pm, and at 5:30pm, two lucky lottery entrants will be chosen to compete in "It's (Game) Showtime!", a trivia game based on all things Beetlejuice. The winner will get a pair of tickets to that evening's performance of Beetlejuice, and the runner-up will have the chance to purchase two specially priced $33.33 tickets for the performance. At the conclusion of "It's (Game) Showtime!", 14 additional names will be chosen to purchase specially priced $33.33 tickets to that evening's performance, limit two tickets per winner. Winners must be present at the time of drawing, and valid ID must be shown to purchase tickets. All tickets are subject to availability.

The Beetlejuice company is led by Alex Brightman in the title role, alongside Sophia Anne Caruso as Lydia, Kerry Butler as Barbara, Rob McClure as Adam, Adam Dannheisser as Charles, Leslie Kritzer as Delia, Jill Abramovitz as Maxine Dean and Juno, Kelvin Moon Loh as Otho, Danny Rutigliano as Maxie Dean, and Dana Steingold as the Girl Scout.

Beetlejuice is directed by two-time Tony nominee Alex Timbers, with an original score by Eddie Perfect; a book by Scott Brown and Anthony King; choreography by Connor Gallagher; and music supervision, orchestrations, and incidental music by Kris Kukul.