Death Becomes Her

Musical

Madeline Ashton is the most beautiful actress ever to grace the stage and screen. Helen Sharp is the long-suffering author who lives in her shadow. They have always been the best of frenemies... until Madeline steals Helen’s fiancé away. As Helen plots revenge and Madeline clings to her rapidly fading star, their world is suddenly turned upside down by Viola Van Horn, a mysterious woman with a secret that’s to die for. This new musical comedy about the best of frenemies stars Tony Award® nominees Megan Hilty and Jennifer Simard.

Death Becomes Her

Musical

Madeline Ashton is the most beautiful actress ever to grace the stage and screen. Helen Sharp is the long-suffering author who lives in her shadow. They have always been the best of frenemies... until Madeline steals Helen’s fiancé away. As Helen plots revenge and Madeline clings to her rapidly fading star, their world is suddenly turned upside down by Viola Van Horn, a mysterious woman with a secret that’s to die for. This new musical comedy about the best of frenemies stars Tony Award® nominees Megan Hilty and Jennifer Simard.

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Show Details

Book by Marco Pennette; Music by Noel Carey, Julia Mattison; Lyrics by Noel Carey, Julia Mattison; Based on the 1992 film by Universal Pictures; Based on the Universal Pictures 1992 film written by Martin Donovan, David Koepp; Based on the Universal Pictures 1992 film directed by Robert Zemeckis.

Directed by Christopher Gattelli; Choreographed by Christopher Gattelli.

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