Your favorite teen movie will now be a Broadway musical! "Mean Girls" will debut at The National Theater on October 31. Go see it before it heads to Broadway next year.

Future Broadway musical "Mean Girls" will hold its world-premiere in Washington, D.C., this fall, dazzling audiences with a fun five-week run before officially opening on Broadway in March. WHERE: The National Theater | 1321 Pennsylvania Ave NW | Washington, D.C. 20004 WHEN: Tuesday, October 31 – Sunday, December 3 TICKETS: $48–$108 [caption id="attachment_5080" align="aligncenter" width="683"]Mean Girls Pictured: Kate Rockwell (playing Karen Smith), Taylor Louderman (playing Regina George), Ashley Park (playing Gretchen Wieners)[/caption] Just like the 2004 film, "Mean Girls" features the story of Cady Herron and her move to the United States from Africa. But this time, Cady's realizations about social hierarchies and her place in society will be made complete with song and dance! The play is “full of razor-sharp wit and remarkable insight, taking a look at friendships — and human nature — through a ferociously funny lens.”
The D.C. production of "Mean Girls" will really be your chance to see the musical before it gets big. It’s directed and choreographed by Tony winner Casey Nicholaw (who brought you beloved shows like "The Book of Mormon" and "Aladdin"), and produced by Lorne Michaels, Stuart Thompson, and Paramount Pictures. The National Theater has been a long-standing and respected Washington, D.C., establishment, and is worth the visit regardless of the production you're seeing! Presidential inaugural balls and world premieres of numerous monumental shows have been held at the theater, and it’s been the home to many a star. For more information about seeing "Mean Girls" at The National Theater, visit the link here, and if you’re super excited about its Broadway debut, you can visit the Broadway link here. Are you excited to see Mean Girls on stage? Let us know if you’re planning to attend the world premiere at The National Theater in the comments below!

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