How to buy for Mean Girls? If there is one crucial piece in the set of this show, it is the objects that didn’t even exist on the stage which gave the show the most dimension, setting, and emotion. These digital realities were pictured on a giant wraparound screen which posed as the backdrops for all scenes. This rapidly accelerated the set changes such that it seemed like a film in itself. The screen flicked between classrooms in a fraction of a second, and the lighting levels with it, establishing a realistic picture and making the stage so much larger. There was almost no turnaround time between scenes, keeping the audience constantly engulfed in the happenings. Its novelty and spectacle represented a new and improved future for Broadway in which screens can display the way to film-like reality onstage!
The Mean Girls Broadway ticket market provides numerous options when it comes to buying tickets. In general, we can divide the market into primary and secondary. To put it simply – the primary market is the ticket box office (the box office at the August Wilson, the TKTS around Times Square, and the ticket booths of the different providers), and secondary – the online market (this the resale market). The cheapest possible option is the box office at the August Wilson Theater. But being the cheapest and most popular option of all, it runs out of tickets the quickest. However, if you still manage to snag some tickets there, feel free to use the code “MGBOX” for an additional discount. See additional info at Tickets for Mean Girls on Broadway.
After debuting on Broadway in 2018, the musical version of Tina Fey’s high school comedy Mean Girls is going to try to make “fetch” happen in Chicago. The James M. Nederlander Theatre will host the touring production of the stage adaptation for a five-week engagement from December 25, 2019 to January 26, 2020. Boasting a book by Fey, the Mean Girls musical follows home-schooled teenager Cady Heron as she begins attending a high school in the Chicago suburbs and contends with Regina George, the most popular (and meanest) girl in her class.
“Mean Girls” received great critical acclaim and even better audience acclaim, going toe to toe with the movie cult classic. Sadly, it didn’t win any Tony Awards, despite its twelve (!!!) nominations. All of the actors are young, talented, and lovable, with Reneé Rapp presenting a master class in “How to be a villain” in her role as Regina George. The story of the show is rather popular, and I’m quite sure that we all have been part of something at least similar. Despite being super funny, the show actually sets some very serious issues for teenagers – like being accepted by your peers, teenage romances (even triangles), and bullying. We don’t know what the other side was through. So always be kind!
“Freak!” “Ugly!” These words and many others littered the huge electronic screen in a series of notebook pages amongst many other things which launched the audience of Mean Girls on October 1st at the Orpheum theatre into a beloved 80s film made new in a spectacular display of modern Broadway maximalism. At the sound of the first orchestra hit, each audience member became a high school student, class of archetypes, cliques, and–of course–we mustn’t forget the Plastics.