Golden Gate Theatre | San Francisco, California
Entertainment Weekly hails "Mean Girls" the musical as a "marvel"…From a book to the silver screen, and now on the musical theatre stage, "Mean Girls" is still on its winning streak. Writer Tina Fey along with the creative team composed of director Casey Nicholaw (Aladdin, The Book of Mormon), composer Jeff Richmond (“30 Rock,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”) and lyricist Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde), has put together a explosive cast that will play the fierce Regina George, the school queen bee of The Plastics, the ferocious new girl Cady Heron, and everyone caught in between frenemy lines. "Mean Girls" the musical will take over the stage of the Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco on Tuesday 21st February 2023. Save the date and get your tickets now!
Golden Gate Theatre, San Francisco, California is thrilled to be showing Mean Girls. The date to save in your diary for a class of ‘coolness’ with a play that is so ‘fetch’ is Tuesday 21st February 2023. Save your places before they are snapped up. Inspired by the 2004 eponymous film written by Tina Fey, Mean Girls The Musical casts favourite characters from the film, has powerful tunes and a dramatic story that will make sure this production becomes a favorite like the movie. Leader of The Plastics, Regina George provides new student Cady Heron with a fresh education on high school. Great personalities such as Janis Sarkisian, Damien Hubbard, Ms. Norbury, Gretchen Wieners and Karen Smith help the story unfold and show a shining range of character comments that will have audiences crying with laughter. With music by Jeff Richmond and lyrics by Nell Benjamin, the songs are strong and catchy, creating a complimentary backdrop to the troubles of Cady Heron. Tracks such as, ‘Revenge Party’, ‘Meet The Plastics’ and ‘Stupid with Love’ grab your interest and convey shrewd comments on teenage years. Do not forgoet Tuesday 21st February 2023 for a play of scheming with Mean Girls at the Golden Gate Theatre and secure your seats before they are all gone.