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Mean Girls Tickets

August Wilson Theatre

Discount Offers on Mean Girls Tickets

Tickets just $59 - $109

Valid for select performances through November 22, 2020

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Discount up to $40.50

Regularly $69.50 - $129.50   •   Expires November 22nd, 2020

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August Wilson Theatre: 245 West 52nd Street New York, NY 10019

Discount Details

$79 - $109 Orchestra
$59 - $109 Mezzanine

The Fine Print

Offer valid on select seats for select performances through 11/22/20. Blackout dates may apply. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount and is not applicable to previously purchased tickets. Limit 8 tickets per order. All sales are final. No refunds. Offer subject to availability and includes a $2.50 facility fee. Normal phone and Internet service charges apply. Offer may be modified or revoked at any time without notice.

Regularly-Priced Tickets

Regularly $69.50 - $129.50

About Mean Girls - On Broadway

Show Info

Running Time
2 hours and 30 minutes (with 1 intermission)
Audience
Ages 14+
Previewed
Mar 12, 2018
Opened
Apr 8, 2018

Mean Girls Reviews

MEAN GIRLS delivers with immense energy, a wicked sense of humor and joyful inside-jokery.
New York Magazine
A MARVEL: dazzling and hilarious!
Entertainment Weekly
Broadway has waited a long time for Tina Fey's talent. At last she's here.
The New York Times

Summary

Based on the hit movie, MEAN GIRLS is a fiercely funny musical from writer Tina Fey (“30 Rock”), director Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon), composer Jeff Richmond (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), lyricist Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde), and producer Lorne Michaels ("Saturday Night Live"). Join Cady Heron as she moves from an African savanna to a wild and vicious new land: suburban Illinois. When she decides to infiltrate a notorious clique called The Plastics, Cady learns the hard (and hilarious) way that being popular isn’t always pretty.