BROADWAY FRIGHT NIGHT
In-Person or via Livestream on Friday, October 30
A celebration of songs from Broadway and Off-Broadway
musicals with supernatural, horror, and sci-fi themes

Scottsdale Performing Arts Center will present Broadway Fright Night, a celebration of songs from Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals with supernatural, horror, and sci-fi themes. Created and hosted by Stephen DeAngelis, a New York City casting director, the show will feature five of Broadways’s finest vocalists paying homage to the theatre world’s most original, intriguing, and terrifying characters in an all-new concert. In addition to recreating some of their most memorable musical moments, the cast will share backstage behind-the-scenes anecdotes and participate in an enlightening and entertaining question and answer session with our audience.

The concert will be formatted in a unique fashion taking place in two different editions showcasing different songs and shows at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

The 6 p.m. performance will feature songs from The Phantom of the OperaWickedYoung FrankensteinSweeney ToddThe Hunchback of Notre DameThe Rocky Horror ShowInto the WoodsBat Out of Hell; Dracula the Musical, Big FishThe Addams FamilyBat Boy, and It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman.

The 9 p.m. performance will feature songs from WickedJekyll and HydeSweeney ToddLittle Shop of HorrorsCarrieSpider-Man: Turn Off the DarkBeetlejuiceBat Out of HellDance of the VampiresThe Rocky Horror Show, The Phantom of the Opera, and Shrek the Musical.

Scheduled performers are Ben Crawford (The Phantom of the OperaLes MisérablesCharlie & The Chocolate FactoryShrek the MusicalBig Fish, and On the Twentieth Century), Alicia Irving (Les MisérablesSunset BoulevardThe Scarlet PimpernelSide ShowSweeney ToddCarrie) and Justin Matthew Sargent (Spider-Man: Turn Off the DarkRock of AgesBonnie and ClydeThe Rocky Horror Show), and Mariand Torres (WickedIn TransitPrince of BroadwaySpamalot).

The 6 p.m. performance will feature a special guest appearance by Sam Primack (Dear Evan Hansen) and the 9 p.m. performance will feature a special guest appearance by local college student Jessica Fink.

Get Your In-Person Tickets for One or Both 

Performances for a Spooky Good Time!

You can also enjoy these performances by virtual livestream.

When you purchase a virtual ticket, you will receive an 

e-mail with information on how to access the event online.

To purchase tickets, visit www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org