Cady Heron, Damian Hubbard, Janis Sarkisian, Janis Sarkisian, Damian Hubbard, Cady Heron, Gretchen Weiners, Karen Smith, Cady Heron, Regina George, Cady Heron, Gretchen Weiners, Karen Smith, Cady Heron, Janis Sarkisian, Damian Hubbard, Mean Girls the musical is discussed with members of the cast on the podcast. Upon its release in 2004, Mean Girls promptly became a cultural phenomenon. When Regina storms out in anger and disbelief, Cady tries to apologize, but the former plastic gets distracted and hit by a passing school bus. When they come across Janis' photo in the book, Gretchen explains that she and Regina used to be best friends. Theatre Trip participates in affiliate programs. When Cady tells her about Aaron, Gretchen becomes horrified because he is Regina's ex-boyfriend, which makes him off-limits to her friends. In addition, many of these songs have high school themes to them in order to match the style of the show.

This Regina is very different than the confident, empowered Regina in the musical. "[31], David Rooney, in his review for The Hollywood Reporter wrote: "If the songs composed by Fey's husband Jeff Richmond with lyrics by Nell Benjamin more often fall into workmanlike pastiche than inspired musical storytelling, too seldom developing robust melodic hooks, the score at least wins points for democratization. Her style is a late 90's grunge look meets early emo, which would have blended well in any major city like Seattle or NYC but was instead considered strange. Not that Cady stops crying or that she's feeling any better, but the words come naturally because she means every single one. Following Gretchen and Karen's advice, Cady throws a party in an attempt to get Aaron to come over. All of the junior class girls begin fighting over the insults. - Promotional Video, PSA Don't be fooled by the pink. She is portrayed by Lizzy Caplan. Psst… Don’t know your voice type? Click here! After the Plastics' disastrous "Rockin' Around the Pole" dance at the school talent show, people start noticing Regina's weight gain.

Casey Nicholaw is the director and choreographer and the musical is produced by Lorne Michaels and Stuart Thompson. Mean Girlsby Tina FeyQueen Bees and Wannabesby Rosalind Wiseman Propelled by dazzling set design and several stand-out performances, the musical — written by Fey, with music by Jeff Richmond, and directed by Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon) — gives fans everything they want while bringing the saga of Regina George and the Plastics into the social media age. Book Enter your email address to receive new posts in your inbox! Some of what is known about Janis' past is that she is of Lebanese heritage, she comes from a two-parent family in suburbia, and has grown up in this town with the other students portrayed in the film (This knowledge later becomes paramount for new student Cady to whom Janis acts as a liaison for. Janis took this opp… Comment document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a6c4ab0dea6d3352ddfcae93ef682094" );document.getElementById("b452fd3227").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Notify me of follow-up comments by email. [11][12], On January 23, 2020, Tina Fey announced that a film adaptation of the musical was being produced. After using this tactic, Aaron invites Cady to his Halloween party. The only sounds she hears in her garage are those of her paint brush strokes, and her right foot rhythmically tapping against the concrete. The go-to source for comic book and superhero movie fans. You try to act like you're so innocent, like oh, 'I used to live in Africa with all the little birdies and the little monkeys! Do you have an upcoming audition for Mean Girls? P.S.

[26] The album debuted at number 42 on the Billboard 200 chart, the highest debut for a cast album in over a year. Cady accuses Janis of being in love with her, just as Regina did years ago. #musicals There are slight nods to its importance - such as the girls constantly taking selfies or being on their phones, and then there are bigger moments.

*, “Where Do You Belong?” – Damian, Janis, Cady, Ensemble, “Meet the Plastics” – Regina, Gretchen, Karen, Janis, Damian, Cady, “Stupid With Love (Reprise)” – Aaron, Cady, “Someone Gets Hurt” – Regina, Aaron, Ensemble, “Revenge Party” – Janis, Damian, Cady, Ensemble, “Fearless” – Cady, Gretchen, Karen, Ensemble, “A Cautionary Tale (Reprise)” – Janis, Damian, “What’s Wrong With Me? Mean Girls (musical) In AP Calculus, Cady meets the dreamy Aaron Samuels and immediately falls for him ("Stupid with Love"). But you can always opt out by clicking "reject"!