Mean Girls

Location
Venue
Dates
Salt Lake City, UTEccles TheaterAugust 25-30, 2020 #
*Tempe, AZASU GammageSeptember 1-6, 2020
1Oklahoma City, OKCivic Center Music HallSeptember 8-13, 2020
Tulsa, OKTulsa PACSeptember 15-20, 2020 #
2St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox TheatreSeptember 22--October 4, 2020
Madison, WIOverture CenterOctober 6-11, 2020
Appleton, WIFox Cities PACOctober 13-18, 2020
3Omaha, NEOrpheum TheaterOctober 20-25, 2020
4Kansas City, MOMusic HallOctober 27--November 1, 2020
5Fayetteville, ARWalton Arts CenterNovember 3-8, 2020
6Louisville, KYThe Kentucky CenterNovember 10-15, 2020
Nashville, TNTPACNovember 17-22, 2020 #
7Dayton, OHSchuster CenterNovember 24-29, 2020
8Indianapolis, INMurat TheatreDecember 1-6, 2020
9East Lansing, MIWharton CenterDecember 8-13, 2020
10Baltimore, MDHippodrome TheatreJanuary 19-24, 2021
11Rochester, NYAuditorium TheatreJanuary 26-31, 2021
12Schenectady, NYProctors TheatreFebruary 2-7, 2021
13Grand Rapids, MIDeVos Performance HallFebruary 9-14, 2021
14Milwaukee, WIMarcus CenterFebruary 16-21, 2021
15Detroit, MIFisher TheatreFebruary 23--March 7, 2021
16Memphis, TNOrpheum TheatreMarch 9-14, 2021
17Houston, TXHobby CenterMarch 16-21, 2021
18Austin, TXBass Concert HallMarch 23-28, 2021
19San Antonio, TXMajestic TheatreMarch 30--April 4, 2021
20Dallas, TXMusic HallApril 6-18, 2021
21Atlanta, GAFox TheatreApril 20-25, 2021
22Greenville, SCPeace CenterApril 27--May 2, 2021
23Greensboro, NCTanger CenterMay 4-9, 2021Tickets
24West Palm Beach, FLKravis CenterMay 11-16, 2021
25Jacksonville, FLTimes-Union CenterMay 18-23, 2021
26Hartford, CTThe BushnellJune 1-6, 2021
27Ottawa, ONNational Arts CentreJune 8-13, 2021
28Providence, RIPPACJune 15-20, 2021
29Worcester, MAHanover TheatreJune 22-27, 2021
30Charlotte, NCBelk TheaterJuly 6-11, 2021
31San Diego, CACivic TheatreAugust 24-29, 2021 ^Tickets
32Tempe, AZASU GammageAugust 31--September 5, 2021 ^


* 2019/2020 season

# Rescheduled to the 2021/2022 season

 LocationVenueDatesTickets
1Denver, CODenver CenterOctober 12-24, 2021 ^ 
2Spokane, WAFirst Interstate CenterNovember 23-28, 2021 ^ 
3Salt Lake City, UTEccles TheaterNovember 30–December 5, 2021 # 
4Nashville, TNTPACJanuary 25-30, 2022 # 
 Portland, ORKeller AuditoriumTBA ^ 
 Seattle, WAParamount TheatreTBA ^ 
 Tulsa, OKTulsa PACTBA # 

  • ^ Rescheduled from the 2019/2020 season
  • # Rescheduled from the 2020/2021 season
 LocationVenueDates
1Buffalo, NYShea’s Buffalo Theatre21-27 September 2019
2Minneapolis, MNOrpheum Theatre1-13 October 2019
3Des Moines, IADes Moines Civic Center15-20 October 2019
4Columbus, OHOhio Theatre22-27 October 2019
5Pittsburgh, PABenedum Center29 October-3 November 2019
6Cincinnati, OHAronoff Center5-17 November 2019
7Philadelphia, PAAcademy of Music19 November-1 December 2019
8Cleveland, OHPlayhouse Square3-22 December 2019
9Chicago, ILNederlander Theatre25 December 2019-26 January 2020
10Boston, MABoston Opera House28 January-9 February 2020
11Durham, NCDPAC11-16 February 2020
12Tampa, FLStraz Center18-23 February 2020
13Orlando, FLDr Phillips Center25 February-1 March 2020
14Ft Lauderdale, FLBroward Center3-12 March 2020 *
15New Orleans, LASaenger Theatre17-22 March 2020
16Denver, CODenver Center25 March-12 April 2020 #
17Las Vegas, NVSmith Center14-19 April 2020
 Tempe, AZASU Gammage21-26 April 2020
18Los Angeles, CADolby Theatre28 April-7 June 2020
19San Diego, CACivic Theatre9-14 June 2020 ^
20Costa Mesa, CASegerstrom Center16-26 June 2020
21San Francisco, CAGolden Gate Theatre30 June-2 August 2020
22Seattle, WAParamount Theatre4-9 August 2020 #
23Spokane, WAFirst Interstate Center11-16 August 2020 #
24Portland, ORKeller Auditorium18-23 August 2020 #
25Tempe, AZASU Gammage1-6 September 2020 ^


  • ^ Rescheduled to the 2020/2021 season
  • # Rescheduled to the 2021/2022 season
  • Runtime: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Intermissions: 1
  • Age Recommendation: 12+

Cady Heron may have grown up on an African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: Illinois. How will this naïve newbie rise to the top of the popularity pecking order? By taking on The Plastics, a trio of lionized frenemies led by the charming but ruthless Regina George. But when Cady devises a plan to end Regina’s reign, she learns the hard way that you can’t cross a Queen Bee without getting stung. This new musical, based on the movie, is directed by Casey Nicholaw with music by Jeff Richmond, lyrics by Nell Benjamin, and a book by Tina Fey.

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