Boo! 11 Spine-Chilling Broadway Inspired Halloween Costumes
Written by Zachary Rivera
October 3, 2017
Are you a broadway fan who can’t find the right Halloween costume? This is for you! Whether you want to be strange like the Phantom or spooky like Wednesday, these Broadway-inspired costumes are sure to make you the most mysterious looking character at the Halloween party.
1. Christine Daae
Of course Christine would be on this list! She is a musical theatre icon! This is a good tutorial for beginners who want to start flexing their make-up designing muscles.
2. Heather Chandler
The most recent in cult favorites is a musical adaptation of Heathers. One of the most coveted roles within thespians today is the preppy Heather Chandler.
3. Dorothy Gale
Possibly one of the most popular musical characters of all time, Dorothy Gale is always a Halloween favorite. With a few simple tips and tricks you can have the brightest ruby slippers, and the nicest checkered dress.
4. Lydia Deetz
Let out your inner dark side with this spooky Lydia Deetz costume.
Go way down with Persephone from Hadestown with this easy DIY costume.
6. Audrey II
If you are somebody who likes to have all eyes on them, then this one is for you. If you have random items lying around you can use them to form the monstrous plant from Little Shop of Horrors!
One of Webber’s most famous musicals, CATS has been endlessly praised for its costume, scenic, and makeup design. This one is a challenge, but if you’re up for it, it’ll pay off!
8. Sweeney Todd
Swing your razor wide, Sweeney! This creepy character is sure to be a hit wherever you take it!
9. Wednesday Addams
A relatively new character to the Broadway scene, but a character everyone will know regardless is none other than Wednesday Addams! If you have a passion for the dark and spooky, then you should definitely take a crack at this one.
10. Shakespearean Characters
If you want to look like you were written by the Bard himself, you may want to take a look at this Elizabethan ruff costume tutorial. When you gather your materials you can finish this costume in less than an hour (if you’re fast)!
If you have a lot of black clothes just lying around, and a witch hat, this makeup tutorial will complete your Elphaba look. Whether you’re going for a Wizard of Oz Wicked Witch, or Glinda’s awkward roommate, a little green face paint will go a long way.
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