Description And Comments
Beetlejuice's Graveyard Revue features Dracula, the Wolfman, Frankenstein and his bride singing pop music from the 1980s, such as Rick Springfield and Bon Jovi, with a few recent pop songs thrown in for the kids. Beetlejuice, the title character from the 1988 film of the same name, serves as the show's emcee, adding monster jokes and pop-culture references in between songs.
This is not one of Orlando's best theme park shows. We found it painful to watch more than the first few minutes. For one thing, the performers don't play any instruments, so the show seems like little more than a Halloween-themed karaoke party, without alcohol to make everything better.
Second, while we understand the monsters are undead, the performances are (you'll forgive us) lifeless. Seriously, we've seen better moves and more energy at a YMCA aerobics class for senior citizens.
Parents should note that some of the show's humor, and the cover of AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long," contain references you may not want your kids to hear. Mercifully, the show is staged in a covered theater.
Related Blogs on Beetlejuice's Graveyard Revue:
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- This attraction participates in Universal Express.
Check the daily entertainment schedule for show times. It would be unusual not to be admitted to the next show. If you want to see an actual band cover classic rock songs, try Mulch, Sweat and Shears at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
Parental discretion is advised. Check the daily entertainment schedule for performances with a sign language interpreter.
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