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SpongeBob SquarePants from The Broadway Musical

In SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, the inhabitants of Bikini Bottom find themselves in peril as a volcano called Mount Humongous threatens to erupt and destroy the town. SpongeBob endeavors to save his beloved home and his friends. For the Broadway Musical, SpongeBob’s costume has been revamped with a yellow checkered shirt and plaid pants, compared to SpongeBob’s costume in the original run at the Oriental Theater in Chicago, and his design in the Nickelodeon series.

Phantom of the Opera

Erik, better known as The Phantom of the Opera, is a main character of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s famous musical. His real name is Erik. He lives underground beneath the Paris Opera House, and becomes infatuated with a soprano singer named Christine Daae. As a musical genius, he recognizes her talent and selects her to sing his music. He eventually falls in love with her, but she doesn’t reciprocate, which leaves him heartbroken. He wears a mask to hide half his face which had been disfigured from birth. The musical is currently running on Broadway, where Ben Crawford plays this title role.

Graverobber from Repo! The Genetic Opera

Graverobber from Repo! The Genetic Opera

Graverobber (Terrance Zdunich) is the resident Zydrate peddler and smirking narrator of Repo! The Genetic Opera. The world he lives in is a rough one, so the V in the neck of his overshirt will have to be cut a little lower. And he wears a thin blue scarf around his neck made from the torn hem of his undershirt. He also has pale skin and long hair streaked with a few different colors. He usually has Zydrate on him, but those little blue vials are awfully hard to come by.

Brad Majors from Rocky Horror Picture Show

Brad Majors from Rocky Horror Picture Show

“Say, do any of you guys know how to Madison?” Brad Majors, known as Brad or “a-hole,” is a nerdy all-American guy. He is married to Janet Weiss, proclaiming his love for her in the musical number “Dammit Janet.” When his car gets a flat tire, they go to Frank N Furter’s mansion, having no idea what bizarre chaos will ensue. He is portrayed by Barry Bostwick in the 1975 film.

Janet Weiss from Rocky Horror Picture Show

Janet Weiss from Rocky Horror Picture Show

“Toucha-toucha-touch me!” Janet Weiss, also known as Janet or “slut,” starts as a demure, feminine character. She is married to Brad Majors. During her time at Frank N Furter’s mansion, she develops feelings for Rocky, the creation. By the end of the film, she admits “her confidence has increased” as a newly promiscuous woman.

Riff Raff Rocky Horror Picture Show

Riff Raff from Rocky Horror Picture Show

Described in the opening credits as “a handyman,” Riff Raff (Richard O’Brien) is a resident of Frank n Furter’s mansion in Rocky Horror Picture Show. A fellow Transylvanian, he acts as a butler, but has something sinister up his sleeve. He is the brother of Magenta, “the domestic” (maid). He introduces and leads the “Time Warp.”

Katherine Howard Cosplay from SIX

Make Your Own: Katherine Howard from SIX

Divorced, beheaded, live! SIX, a pop concert about the six wives of Henry VIII, has taken musical theater by storm. […]

Magenta from Rocky Horror Picture Show

Magenta from Rocky Horror Picture Show

In The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Magenta (Patricia Quinn) is a domestic who is in attendance at the Annual Transylvanian Convention, along with her brother and servant Riff Raff, the host Dr. Frank-N-Furter, and groupie Columbia.

Heathers: The Musical

Heathers: The Musical

Heathers: The Musical is a rock musical based on the 1988 film Heathers. In it, Veronica Sawyer is a teenage girl who struggles with high school life until the popular Heathers: Heather McNamara, Heather Duke, and Heather Chandler, invite her into their inner circle. The musical had runs off-Broadway and West End of London.

Jeremy Heere from Be More Chill

Jeremy Heere from Be More Chill

In the Broadway musical Be More Chill, Jeremy Heere (played by Will Connolly and Will Roland) is a sweet but awkward high school junior who’s a social outcast due to his nerd status. He gets bullied by the popular kid Rich Goranski, who writes “boyf” on his backpack, and has a long-time crush on Christine Canigula. He’s given the chance to implant a supercomputer called Squip in his brain, which instructs him on how to become popular.