The ‘Mean Girls’ Stage Musical We’ve All Been Waiting for Finally Sets Some Dates

The ‘Mean Girls’ Stage Musical We’ve All Been Waiting for Finally Sets Some Dates

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We’re so excited that Mean Girls is coming to Broadway. The highly anticipated stage-musical adaptation of Tina Fey’s film has finally announced some dates.

The musical will play out of town at Washington, D.C.’s National Theatre prior to a planned run on Broadway. The D.C. engagement will begin on Halloween and play from Oct. 31 to Dec. 3.

Fey is adapting the screenplay to the stage, and her husband, composer Jeff Richmond, will write the score. This isn’t the first time the couple have worked together, as Richmond also wrote music for 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Lorne Michaels, an executive producer of the film, will also serve as a producer for the new musical.

No word yet on casting, but is it wrong of us to hope that Lohan steps back in the shoes of Cady Heron? A gay boy can dream.

Tickets are sure to sell out fast for the Mean Girls stage musical, so you might want to get your hands on them ASAP.

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