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Thursday, October 31, 2019

Broadway Monster Mash

HAPPY HALLOWEEN, THEATER FANS!


At any given time, Broadway is full of monsters - and I'm not talking about mean directors, cheap producers or screaming divas. Over the years, the Rialto has played host to various monsters - human, supernatural or undead. Heck, there's even a new show with a finale number called "Bring on the Monsters!" Anyway, to celebrate today's Halloween fun, here are a few of our favorite monsters of the stage:

MONSTERS OF THE HUMAN KIND:


  • The King of "Good and Evil": Mr. Hyde from Jekyll and Hyde


  • The Prince and Princess of Revenge: Sweeney Todd and Nellie Lovett from Sweeney Todd


  • The rage of loneliness and disfigurement: The Phantom from The Phantom of the Opera


MONSTERS FROM FAIRY TALES:


  • Ogres are so misunderstood: Shrek from Shrek: The Musical


  • Monster by enchantment: The Beast from Beauty and the Beast


MOVIE MONSTERS ON BROADWAY:


  • The Green Goblin from Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark


  • The Monster from Young Frankenstein


  • Kong from King Kong


MONSTERS THAT ARE CUTE AND CUDDLY:


  • Kate Monster and Trekkie Monster from Avenue Q


MONSTERS OF MYTHIC PROPORTIONS:


  • Sandworm of the Netherworld from Beetlejuice


  • The Minotaur and Medusa from The Lightning Thief


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