Tina Fey has announced that the Broadway musical adaptation of Mean Girls will open in April 2018.
It is adapted from the hit 2004 teen Comedy, and Fey, who appeared in the film, is one of the authors.
The date was from a Twitter video with the actress and preview dates have also been announced.
It is one of the most anticipated upcoming Broadway shows, along with musical versions of Frozen and Spongebob Squarepants.
Saturday Night Live’s Lorne Michaels is producing the show, while Aladdin and The book of Mormon’s Casey directs Nicholaw.
Fey spoke about The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon back in may about the occupation, says: “These kids are so talented, we have the cast now, and samples were collected for a month.
“You are like a bunch of baby timber lakes, these children can do anything.”
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Mark Waters’ film is considered a cult, while many of the sets in the film, the icon among the youth and young adults.
The high-profile team behind the musical, in the hope that some of that magic, the musical adaptation.
Michaels has spoken about the upcoming musical with The New York Times, said: “There are many things that you can do better in a musical… the characters are full of.”
Although updated with modern references, bad girls the plot of the Film will follow, provided memorable roles for actors placed inside Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Lizzy Caplan.
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The plot follows the teenage Cady, in the USA, is returning after time abroad and finds himself forced to navigate the different cliques of the American high school.
The production has already announced a cast that includes Kerry Butler, who appeared in the Broadway Musical Hairspray, and Little Shop of Horrors, and Erika Henningsen, is best known for her Broadway role in “Les Miserables”.
It was announced that on Wednesday My girls play in the August Wilson theatre, with previews beginning March 12, 2018 and the opening of the night of the 8. April 2018.
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