Watch Beetlejuice's Elizabeth Teeter Pour Out Lydia Deetz's Grief in "Dead Mom" | Playbill

Video Watch Beetlejuice's Elizabeth Teeter Pour Out Lydia Deetz's Grief in "Dead Mom"

Teeter joined the musical's cast for its re-opening on Broadway in April.

Broadway's Beetlejuice has released a video of Elizabeth Teeter performing "Dead Mom" as the show's grieving teenager, Lydia Deetz. Teeter joined the cast of the Broadway musical for its April 8 Broadway re-opening at the Marquis Theatre with Alex Brightman reprising his Tony Award-nominated performance as the titular poltergeist.

Check out the video above.

The show, based on Tim Burton’s cult favorite film, follows Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager grieving her deceased mother when she meets a recently deceased couple and Beetlejuice, a sneaky demon with a thing for stripes. When Lydia asks Beetlejuice to scare away anyone with a pulse, the double-crossing specter unleashes chaos and Lydia must find a way to put Beetlejuice back where he came from.

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The cast also includes Kerry Butler, David Josefsberg, Adam Dannheisser, Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer, Kelvin Moon Loh, Danny Rutigliano, Dana Steingold, Michelle Aravena, Zonya Love, Kate Bailey, Will Blum, Ryan Breslin, Natalie Charle Ellis, Brooke Engen, Eric Anthony Johnson, Andrew Kober, Elliott Mattox, Mateo Melendez, Ramone Owens, Commodore C. Primous III, Nevada Riley, and Graham Stevens.

Alex Timbers directs the musical, which features an original score by Tony nominee Eddie Perfect, and a book by Tony nominees Scott Brown and Anthony King. Music supervision, orchestrations and incidental music are by Kris Kukul, and choreography is by Connor Gallagher.

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The creative team also includes scenic designer David Korins, costume designer William Ivey Long, lighting designer Kenneth Posner, sound designer Peter Hylenski, projection designer Peter Nigrini, puppet designer Michael Curry, special effects designer Jeremy Chernick, hair and wig designer Charles G. LaPointe, make-up designer Joe Dulude II, and physical movement coordinator Lorenzo Pisoni.

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