Tag Archives: Mean Girls
‘Mean Girls’ Sweetly Revisits Anxiety-Ridden Teen Years
Is it possible to call the musical Mean Girls sweet, despite the tropes of teenage anxieties, insecurities, cliques and general high school malaise, not to mention the meanest of mean girls whose name has entered the lexicon of villains? Yet, sweet certainly captures the entertaining touring production of Mean Girls, now at the Broward Center through May 7.
The Nice Parts of ‘Mean Girls’
Oh, those mean girls. If you were unlucky to encounter them, they made your high school days unbearable, humiliated you so you felt inferior and tried to dictate who your friends were. They weren’t fun to be around—even if you were in their inner circle. But Mean Girls, the Broadway musical making its South Florida premiere at the Broward Center through March 15, sure is fun
Report From New York: Mean Girls Surprisingly Charming
For those convinced that theater has no future among pre-Millenials, you should have been with us a few weeks ago when we made a belated visit to a Sunday matinee of the musical version of the film Mean Girls. This hilarious yet surprisingly uplifting musical comedy will appeal to anyone of any sexual identity of any age, especially if they recall what a nightmare high school was.