National Mean Girls Day: Here's how to get tickets to the Broadway show
“On October 3rd, he asked me what day it was”
It was those words by Lindsay Lohan that suddenly resonated with the cult-following "Mean Girls" fanbase - marking October 3rd as National Mean Girls Day.
And while it's been 14 years since the iconic movie made its debut, Tina Fey recently brought her talents to Broadway with the stage adaption of the film, which was nominated for an impressive 12 Tony awards.
Whether you're the ultimate "Mean Girls" fan or just looking for the New York experience, people around the world are praising the production.
"Dancing was outstanding, singing was incredible- the show is so well cast. Set design is so creative. You won't want the show to end! Fun, great characters-great lesson to be learned in the best way. You will feel uplifted and smile all the way home," one reviewer wrote on Ticketmaster.
Another reviewer wrote, "Amazing production. Very talented cast from actors, set designs, lighting, crew and amazing orchestra! Can’t wait to see again. Tina Fey thank you for this great show to open up teenage drama. Love to see more of these stories come to stage."
From matinees to weeknight shows, Ticketmaster is selling tickets for as little as $79.50. While tickets went on sale in April, there's still an abundance of shows left! If you missed the first round, don't let it pass you by again! Shop "Mean Girls" on Broadway here.
And Don't forget to celebrate by stopping by Drybar for a blowout and Rosé while the salon is playing Mean Girls on loop all day!