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Tony Nominations Pour In - Mean Girls Leads The Way
We are in full swing officially inside the Tony Awards season and Mean Girls collected 12 nominations overall. It certainly looks to be leading the way for new Musicals on Broadway. Along with all of these nominations Mean Girls continues to crush it at the box office. Every single show is filled to capacity and Mean Girls is bringing in over 100% of its gross dollar potential at the box office.
Here are the twelve nominations:
Best Book Of A Musical
Best Original Score
Best Leading Actress In A Musical
Best Featured Actor In A Musical
Best Featured Actress In A Musical
Best Scenic Design Of A Musical
Best Costume Design Of A Musical
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Mean Girls Explodes In Box Office Sales
Mean Girls the Broadway Musical continues to perform in front of sold out crowds every single day and evening. Week after week Mean Girls is setting new sales records and continues to stay in the 100%+ club with the likes of Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, The Book Of Mormon, and Come From Away.
Mean Girls Opens On Broadway - Reviews Pour In
Mean Girls officially opened up on Broadway on Sunday evening, April 8th. The show has been playing to jam packed houses the entire time during previews. Fan reaction has been extremely positive.
Now that the show is officially open the reviews are pouring in. Mean Girls Broadway Reviews will start to appear more and more from here. Reviews from The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and Variety were all glowingly positive.
Here are a few snippets:
Hollywood Reporter: "it's the new gags that freshen the formula, actually improving on the source material's somewhat soft ending with a more satisfying payoff."
That comment there really highlights a lot of what we have been talking about concerning Mean Girls being A) different than just a rehash of the film, and B) about something and things that are meaningful and impactful. Time will tell but the early signs are strong.
Some more, from The New York Daily News on the staging: "his staging packs style, invention, and Red Bull-force energy that showcases the material to the max." More blissful comments on the work directing by Casey Nicholaw, also known for the brilliant The Book of Mormon.
Mean Girls Officially Opens April 8th
Every preview performance has been sold out and filled to the brim. Audiences appear to be enjoying Mean Girls very much. It all officially rolls out for Tina Fey on April 8th when her creation, Mean Girls, is officially open on Broadway.
Fey struggled to keep the lid on Mean Girls throughout the years as she knew fans desprately wanted to know what was going on. She would drop polite hints but knew there was more work to be done. Now she can share her vsion and work with the entire world.
The cast essentially grew up with the 2004 hit movie, though none of them are tasked with nor aspiring to copy the on screen version of their characters. In fact, its quite the opposite. Actors bring creativity to the roles and there are differences to include the overall tone, depth, and meaning of the performance. Get your tickets now for Mean Girls.
Mean Girls - More Fan Reactions
On April 7th a fan left the theatre feeling wonderful about Mean Girls. The fan said the following about Mean Girls being "everything I wanted and more. A BOMB script. STELLAR choreography. COSTUMES WERE FANTASTIC!! Taylor Louderman's voice is truly UNREAL. DIVERSITY DIVERSITY DIVERSITY!!! All shapes, sizes, and colors represented." This fan clearly enjoyed the performance. It looks like Mean Girls is realing hitting fans beyond just the entertainment aspect. The musical is resonating with meaningful messages and impacts.
One fan on Twitter opined: "Number of times I laughed so hard I cried during Mean Girls? The limit does not exist. Definitely check out the groolest show on Broadway. You won't regret it".
Another chimed in: "It's hilarious. Every joke is spot on."
Mean Girls continue to sell out every single show and it is still technically in previews. It's clear the show is picking up momentum and making an impact on people. That is what will make it very, very special if it gets to that level. When people are truly impacted by shows those are the shows that really leave an impression. Time will tell but Mean Girls is off to a great start.
Here is another fan reaction saying Mean Girls is "so so so good and witty and funny and entertaining" ths imploring followers to "basically you should all run to see it ASAP".
Mean Girls is also running promotions using social media and selfies and the color pink. Fans seem to be engaging at a high energy level as the momentum builds stronger and stronger.
Ashley Park – Everything You Need to Know About the Star of Broadway
If you call yourself a Broadway enthusiast and you have yet to hear about Ashley Park, then sir, you are a liar. Ashley Park has been one of the best actresses we’ve ever seen to step in to the world of Broadway. Don’t believe it? Well, you’re practically the only one because we love our not-so Asian actress. So, as the title says, let’s get into the life of Ashley Park and tell you what you need to know about her.
Ashley Jeein Park was born in Glendale, California back in 1991. She was interested in acting pretty much her entire life. She lived most of her early life in California, but later on moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan where she would join her alma mater, the University of Michigan. She graduated from the well-renowned Musical Theatre program at the University. It would be an understatement to say that the woman was born for Broadway.
Her interest in Broadway came from the first show she ever saw. It was The Lion King and she attended the show through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Park started acting in Broadway in 2014. She debuted in Mamma Mia! which was a great show overall for the woman. However, she is best known for her role as Tuptim in the musical The King and I. She played the role of the slave brought to marry the king who was played by Ken Watanabe. The revival of The King and I also won the musical a Tony award. Park performed with the cast at Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and the Tony Awards. Her performance won her a role in Sunday in the Park with George in 2017 with Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford in the lead.
Park has yet to claim any major awards, although, she was nominated for a Grammy award.
Park’s Role in the Mean Girls Musical
Miss Park will be becoming a part of the ever-so loved Plastics. She’ll be inheriting the role from Lacey Chabert and portraying the character of Gretchen Wieners. Wieners is the gossip girl of the group and the sidekick to the one and only Regina George. Ashley Park has the right attitude and mindset to imitate Chabert’s role perfectly and it’s safe to say she’ll make the “fetch” slang proud.
Ashley Park’s career has never seen a low. Ever since her debut, she has been loved highly by audiences around the country. It is expected that her career will just keep on soaring. We can’t tell the future, but we can say without a doubt that the future has some good things for the 26-year old Ashley Park.
Grey Henson – The Finest Candidate for Damian Leigh
Grey Henson is one of our favorite males in Broadway as of yet. The 27 year old might not have as much experience as you’d expect. However, we are pretty sure his career hasn’t hit the top as of yet. He has only good things waiting for him in the future and we are surely much hyped to see what he has in store for him in the years to come.
Grey Henson was born in Macon, Georgia on July 2, 1990. Henson was always interested in the theatre and hoped to one day get to the main stage of Broadway. His academics were always dedicated to theatre acting. His alma mater was the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama from where he got his BFA in musical theatre. This was back in 2012, but Grey is no amateur. He’s acted in quite a few amazing musicals and we hope to see in a bunch more in the future.
If you’re a Broadway fan, you’ve probably heard of one of the best plays of our generation The Book of Mormon. It is a classic and Henson was fortunate enough to be a part of its very first tour. His amazing performance in that play pushed him down the pit of fame. He was a part of the US Tour as well as the Broadway production. He was loved wherever he went. His portrayal of Elder McKinley was so good; he was able to score a place in the Mean Girls musical. He was singled out by Entertainment Weekly and New York Times for his acting in the play during its debut.
He also starred in the TV series called Suburgatory which was a comedy series. He has yet to win any Tonys or any major awards, but he did manage to get himself a nomination for the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Supporting Performer in 2014 for The Book of Mormon.
Role in Mean Girls
In the Mean Girls musical, Henson will be portraying the queer Damian Hubbard a.k.a Damian Leigh. If you remember from the movie, Daniel Franzese was the one playing the role of Hubbard. And, if we dare say, there are quite a few physical similarities between the two Damians. Damian Hubbard was a friend to Janis Ian and the two of them were inseparable in the movie. The character was an absolute delight to watch. There are quite a few quotes from the movie that are still used on social media as gifs.
The shows for the Mean Girls Musical are currently underway. So, grab yourself a few tickets because you don’t want to miss out on Henson in the revival of one of our favorite movies.
Kerry Butler Mean Girls
Kerry Marie Butler, an American actress known for her works in the theatre, was born on the 18th of June, 1971 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. She is married to Joey Mazzarino and has two children.
She started acting at the age of three. But then when she was five, her mother imposed a four year hiatus and Kerry started acting again by the time she was nine. She had a college degree with musical theatre as her major.
Kerry is still performing in a lot of workshops and benefit concerts. She is a vegetarian and an activist and some from among her various concerns are environmental issues, youth mentoring, human rights violations and genocide.
Kerry has toured with the musical that goes by the name Oklahoma in Europe. The character of Ado Annie was played by her. She did two other roles in New York, that were the characters of Vicki in the “Bright Lights, Big City”, then Barrow in the “I” Word and finally Claudia in The Folsom Head. She has also been doing a lot of commercials.
She debuted in the year 1993 with the role of Ms. Jones in the musical “Blood Brothers”. There she was also the understudy for the role of Linda.
In the Toronto productions of the” Beauty and the Beast”, she played the role of Belle. She was also nominated for the DORA Award for her amazing performance in the musical, in the year 1996. And then after this, she transferred to Broadway.
She played the character of Belle for approximately two years and then left the play, she was replaced by Debbie Gibson.
She moved to Les Miserables to play Eponine.
In the year 2001, Kerry played Shelley in the Off Broadway original musical “Bat Boy: The Musical”.
From October to December in the year 2017, Kerry played the roles of Ms. Norbury, Mrs. Heron and Mrs. George in the Broadway-bound musical adaption of Mean Girls. This is something that she is still doing and has not left.
Roles in other Broadway Musicals:
She has played the following roles in Broadway Musicals over the years:
Mrs. Heron / Ms. Norbury / Mrs. George
The Best Man
Catch Me If You Can
Rock of Ages
Clio / Kira
Little Shop Of Horrors
Beauty and the Beast
In 2003, she was nominated for three awards for her role in the musical “Hairspray” and won the award for the most promising female performance. For her character in the musical “Little Shop Horrors”, she was nominated in the Outer Critics Circle Awards in the year 2004.For Xanadu, she was nominated in two categories in the year 2008, winning none. For Catch Me If You Can, she was nominated in the year 2011. She was nominated in the Outer Critics Circle Awards in the category of “Outstanding Featured Actress in a musical” for her role in Mean Girls in 2018.
Mean Girls Update - 3/30
A rcent interview in the nY Times covers more about how Mean Girls has grown just since the run in DC and how different it is from the movie. The talent putting the show together deliberately did not focus on moments that were supposed to be funny based on the movie. All if the major comedic moments are actually outside of the funniest moments in the film.
There is also more focus, and a solo, by the lovely Gretchen. Gretchen is a character that most if not all in the early audeinces seem to identfy with and the shows puts pressure on that angle. it's not just aggression between females but a broader look at relationships and goriwing and maturing as a person.
Mean Girls Director - Casey Nicholaw
The Director of Mean Girls clearly knows his way around Broadway with standouts on his resume including the epic The Book of Mormon, Aladdin, and Something Rotten. Known for his dazzle and splash Nicholaw simply had to morph his style with his vision for Mean Girls. So far the reactions have been extremely positive.
Nicholaw likes to find just how much youthful exuberence members of his cast and staff have and play to thos strengths. This is quite fitting as the cast of Mean Girls (talent mostly in their late 20's and early 30's) is portraying a cast that consists entirely of high schoolers save for two slots. icholaw fits right in here with Mean Girls.
Mean Girls Update - 3/27
Some more reactions from fans on social media:
One fan declared that "each actor stole the show" and that the "singing was amazing and it was really funny!"
Many fans seem to chime in during the intermission with high levels of excitement. To wit: "it's intermission and I am actually in awe. this cast is (balls of fire)"
Also: "The songs and the singing were stunning (and also funny and moving). The only issue is that the soundtrack doesn't come out sooner."
it wll be very interesting to see if Mean Girls can elevate to a level like that of Dear Evan Hansen in terms of its reflection on social interactions and the experiences of life and growing up through your teenage and young adult years. One observer seems to think so. To wit: "The amount of teen girls leaving Mean Girls right now smiling, hugging each other, and laughing makes me happy. This sho is so so so important. Please see it".
Some are even trying to figure out how they can see it again: "Saw Mean Girls yesterday and since then have been actively trying to plot how I can see it again as soon as possible. My stomach still hurts from laughing so hard last night!"
Mean Girls Update - 3/21
Mean Girls was a major smash hit in its first week on Broadway. Gross ticket sales exceeded $1 Million in only its first week. Look for more great things to come from Mean Girls on Broadway.
The show was sold out every night and feedback from patrons has been exceedingly positive.
One observer on twitter opined the following: "The world does not deserve Tina Fey." This person simply asked "HOW"? in all caps. "How is something this brilliant?"
Another said that Mean Girls "is the best thing I've seen!"
Yet another declared that "I get it. Mean Girls is like really good. They made #fetch happen."
“Get in Loser, We’re Going to Broadway.”
Mean Girls: The Musical finally hits the stage!
By Tahlia Campbell
Tina Fey’s iconic comedy is getting a new coat of paint as it moves to the stage as Mean Girls: The Musical! 14 years after the film was first released, the stage version promises to be just as hilarious, quotable and fetch as always!
Mean Girls is a satirical look into high-school power structures. Cady Heron goes from homeschool in Africa to highschool in Illinois, where she meets the Plastics, a clique made up of the three most popular girls in school. She quickly becomes caught in a battle of wits, back-stabbings and betrayals as she tries to destroy the Plastics from the inside.
Taylor Louderman, who played in Kinky Boots on Broadway, puts on her plastic crown as the queen bee of North Shore High School, Regina George. Her fellow Plastics are Ashley park (The King and I) as Gretchen Weiners, and Kate Rockwell (Bring It On) as Karen Smith.
The show’s leading lady, Cady Heron, is played by Erika Henningsen, who made her debut as the youngest actress to play Les Miserables’ Fantine on Broadway.
Rounding out the cast is a few more well-known names. Barrett Wilbert Weed, who originated the role of Veronica in Heathers: The Musical is playing Janis Sarkisian, Cady’s offsider and Regina’s rival. Kerry Butler, whose many credits include Little Shop of Horrors, Hairspray, Xanadu, Catch Me if You Can and Rock of Ages, is returning to the stage in multiple roles as Mrs Heron, Mrs George, and Ms Norbury, the role played by Tina Fey in the film.
What made Mean Girls so successful in 2004 was not just the hilarious lines that shaped a generation’s sense of humor. The story, while caricaturish in nature, gave a pretty accurate representation of high school. There’s a pecking order in every school, and strict social rules that often go unsaid. Mean Girls explores the competitiveness between peers that makes high school such a hard time, playing with revenge plots and smear campaigns that aren’t too far off of what teenage girls inflict on each other.
With Fey at the creative forefront of the show, it’s guaranteed to have the same heart and energy that has made it a cultural icon for over a decade. But Fey assures us that Mean Girls: The Musical won’t be a direct copy of the film. While the story begins and ends in the same way, the plot points that pave the way will differ enough to make the narrative fresh and exciting for both new and old fans. Fey’s sense of humor will make the show sparkle will all-new lines that are sure to become iconic in their own right.
Joining Fey in the creative process is director and choreographer, Casey Nicholaw, who also directed The Book of Mormon and DIsney’s Aladdin on Broadway. Mary Mitchell-Campbell, having worked on Next to Normal, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, and Finding Neverland, is lending her talent as the show’s music director. Costume design is led by Gregg Barnes, who has been nominated for multiple Tony Awards in the past, including his work on Something Rotten, Kinky Boots and Legally Blonde.
As the pinnacle of the high school experience, Mean Girls represents a diverse cast of characters, all representing different archetypes. To honor this wide variety of personalities, composer Jeff Richmond, (30 Rock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) takes care to make the music unique to each character. Because of this, the soundtrack has an eclectic assortment of sounds, spanning from typical Broadway show tunes, to alt-rock numbers and everything in between. It’s sure to be an album that, just like the movie, you’ll never get tired of!
Even the three Plastics gets their own unique introduction music. Regina’s is the slow, controlled tune of a villainess; Gretchen’s is fast-paced and neurotic, and Karen’s is a high, floaty melody reminiscent of a Disney princess. Cady’s early songs are upbeat, with African drums in the background combined with a contemporary pop rhythm to symbolise her clash of cultures, while Damian’s narration is performed in showtune style. Cady and Janis’ “Apex Predator” is dark and grungy, setting up her motivation and ultimately, Cady’s reason for infiltrating the Plastics.
The show is narrated retroactively by Janis and Damian (played by Grey Henson), who treat the story as a cautionary tale. Cady’s transition from African homeschooling to American high school is given more time and care, setting her up as the naive protagonist and allowing Janis and Damian to her - and the audience’s - view of the world she suddenly finds herself thrown in.
The costumes give great amounts of insight into the character’s personalities, while also looking like outfits high schoolers would actually wear. The Plastics’ iconic pink reigns supreme in the costume department, but each girl’s outfit is different enough to give her a distinct silhouette.
Cady’s costumes clearly paint her as an outsider, unaware of all the fashion trend of high school. She wears flannel in earthy tones and a vest decorated in environmental patches, along with jeans and army boots. Janis’s punk aesthetic is in full force, with a kaleidoscopic tee layered over a fishnet shirt, topped with a rebellious denim jacket that functions as a collage of artsy patches, including a portrait of Frida Kahlo.
Seeing that Mean Girls is the movie that millennials grew up with, it makes sense that the musical is taking full advantage of social media. The cast has been busy making short in-character videos to keep people on their toes, giving them snippets of what to expect from the full show. Grey Henson and Barrett Wilbert Weed have been hosting Facebook Live sessions - aptly named “Lavatory Lunch” - where they answer questions across the show’s social media accounts.
With so much passion and genius behind this production, everyone’s favorite high school epic will bring its wit and heart to the stage to wow fans new and old.
Although she had previously been cast in a number of roles, Erika Henningsen didn’t receive her major break until she was featured on Mean Girls in 2004. Erika was born and raised in California and is the youngest in a family of three daughters. She admits that she got exposed to stage acting at a rather young age as her grandmother would let her watch several musicals. Growing up as a theatre kid laid a foundation for her to achieve success in the industry. She was enrolled into a theatre school by her parents and says that the high school musicals she took part in were set round high school life and that it helped her connect with who she was at the time.
Erika graduated from the theatre program of University of Michigan and soon afterwards moved to New York where she begun auditioning for theatre roles. She was focused on building a career in theatre acting. Erika once stated in an interview that she had always wanted to be there and that she did not consider the move a decision she made at that time. Some of the first roles that Erika Henningsen got cast in include Showboat’s concert production that was hosted at the Lincoln Center with the New York Philharmonic. Another gig was in Diner by Sheryl Crow, a show that was hosted at the Signature Theatre in Arlington – Virginia. Both productions did not make it to Broadway.
Although she may have been rejected in a couple of auditions, Erika managed to make her Broadway debut after barely a year out of University. She was cast in the role of Fantine in a 2015 revival of the show Les Miserables. This was the last production that she worked on as an undergrad.
Role in Mean Girls on Broadway
Erika worked on Les Miserables for nine months and was in search of another role when Mean Girls presented an opportunity. When Tina Fey started working on turning Mean Girls into a musical, Erika’s agent thought she’d be a perfect fit for the role of Cody. She was however unable to make it into the cats of Mean Girls in the first round and admits that she was pretty upset. It was however not before long that she was brought back into the Broadway production of Mean Girls and cast in the role of Cady.
Erika has mentioned that her love for Mean Girls started when she first watched it as a movie. The film was released in 2004 when she was only 13 and didn’t get to watch it in the theatres. She however watched it with her sisters on DVD and immediately fell in love with it.
Adapted from the 2004 film of the same name, the musical follows the life of Cady Heron, a 16-year old home-schooled girl who joins a public school and encounters the challenges of being a teenager in a new environment. The musical premiered on the 31st of October 2017 at the National Theatre located in Washington D.C.
Mean Girls Update - 3/15
Mean Girls opened up for previews on Monday evening March 12th. The reception thus far has been exceedingly positive. Many fans and critics took to social media to praise the Tina Fey musical.
Fans pointed out how they loved that the musical was connected to 2018 but still using the themes from the 2004 hit movie. Fans discussed how the production touches on key social issues and female empowerment. There are even jokes related to the current President and poor treatment of women. Mean Girls integrates the use of social media and its role in society and how bullying is never the ultimate answer to achieving happiness. Perhaps Mean Girls will touch fans similar to how Dear Evan Hansen has in terms of the use of social media, bullying, and the challenges of grwing up in our technology and image obsessed culture.
Momentum and buzz are building stronger and stronger for the Broadway debut of Mean Girls. The show is playing down in Washington D.C. currently and is under the very astute and watchful eye and monitor of Tina Fey. Fey of course wrote the screenplay for the immensely popular movie of the same title and is heavily involved with this much anticipated Broadway experience.
The initial reviews coming from the performances in Washington D.C. are extremely positive. Critics and fans alike seem to find the musical highly entertaining. Broadway buffs from New York City are routinely heading down to D.C. to catch the show as they wait in anticipation for the Broadway arrival in March of 2018.
Mean Girls is running a test run in D.C. to tweak and modify things before Broadway just like both Dear Evan Hansen and Come From Away did. Both Dear Evan Hansen and Come From Away have been enormous hits on Broadway and on their way to international tours so time will tell if Mean Girls reaches the same level of success.
Born Elizabeth Stamatina Fey on the 18th of May, 1970, Tina Fey is a renowned American writer, producer, comedian and actress who is most popular for her role in Saturday Night Live, an NBC Sketch Comedy that had a run from 1997 to 2006. She was born in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania to Donald Henry Fey, a university administrator and grant proposal writer and Zenobia, a brokerage employee. She had a brother, 8 years older than her, whom she says was very protective of her. At about 5 years of age, Tina had an unfortunate encounter with a stranger who walked up to her and slashed her face while playing on the alley near their home. Although the experience was traumatic, Tina says that it made her some sort of celebrity in the community, something she considers positive.
Fey’s success in entertainment can be attributed to the support she received from her parents and the exposure she got as a kid. She once mentioned that her parents snuck her in to watch Young Frankenstein and would also let her stay up late to watch shows such as The Honeymooners, or Monty Python movies.
At the age of 11, as part of a school project on comedy, Fey read Seventy Years of Great Film Comedians by Franklin Joe. Her role model is the renowned actress and comedian Catherine O’Hara. For her education, Tina Fey attended Cardington-Stonehurst Elementary School before proceeding to Beverly Hills Middle School located in Upper Darby. By the time she was in middle school, she had already made up her mind and decided on her interest in comedy. She went to Upper Darby High School and later joined University of Virginia.
Fey’s official writing career dates back to the mid ‘90s when her friend, Adam McKay, a head writer suggested to her to submit a packet with six sketches. Listening to her friend, Fey submitted the sketches of 10 pages each for SNL – Saturday Night Live, an NBC variety show. At the time, Fey was working on The Second City. At the request of Adam, Fey was invited for a meeting with Lorne Michaels and subsequently offered a job. She admits that the job came with lots of challenges and that she struggled to make it. Her first successful sketch featured Chris Farley. She remained committed to writing and wrote a series of parodies. Her parodies include The View, an ABC morning talk show. Together with Rachel Dratch, she co-wrote Sully and Denise.
Her new Broadway Musical: Mean Girls
After reading Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman, Fey suggested to Lorne Michaels, SNL producer that the book could be turned into a film. Lorne took it to Paramount Pictures who bought the rights of the book. Since the book is non-fiction, Fey wrote the plot from scratch and admits she borrowed inspiration from her experience in high school. In the musical, Fey was cast in the role of Sharon Norbury her character being the school’s calculus teacher.
Mean Girls concluded its run in Washington DC and now looks back on jam packed audiences and highly favorable reviews. In particular, Taylor Louderman is receiving extremely positive reviews for her portrayal of the ringleader of the Plastics, the gang of girls that rule the High School with a vengenace. Peter Marks of the Washington Post raves that Mean Girls is "a jolt of super-energized adolescent hyper-viciousness" that packs a punch and will do very well on Broadway. Others have commented in various spaces the the show is filled with fun and enjoyment, the typeof show ypou attend and feel happy and gleefull about it. Let's see how it goes on Broadway. Ticket sales are brisk so far as audiences prepare for Mean Girls The Musical.
Ashley Park - Ashley Park earned rave reviews for her work in Mean Girls in DC. Coming off high praise in the revival of Sunday In The Park With George, Park hits a home run in Mean Girls with typical, excellent physical comedy moves and timing.
The use of LED Video technology in Mean Girls is gainig widespread acclaim. Audiences should enjoy this wonderful use of technology.
Taylor Louderman Mean Girls
Born 21st December, 1990, Taylor Elizabeth Louderman is a multitalented singer, actress and dancer. She has worked on a number of successful projects, Kinky Boots being one of them. She was born in Madison, Wisconsin and lived in the Chicago and Decatur, Illinois areas. Her family later relocated to Bourbon, Missouri. Louderman is the oldest of the four daughters of Roger and Suzanne Louderman.
Career as an Actress
Taylor started showing an interest in acting from a rather young age. She was focused on making it big in entertainment and worked hard for it regardless of being young. Growing up, Taylor would occasionally be featured on projects and would make appearances on stage productions throughout the Saint Louis region. She continued her acting roles through to the time she was a sophomore when she was cast in Legally Blonde. For the project, Taylor Louderman depicted the character of Margot, one of the sorority sisters. The performance was done at The Muny.
While working on Legally Blonde, Taylor discovered that she had won another acting role. She was featured in the Touring Production of Bring it On: The Musical. In this production, Louderman was to depict the role of Campbell, the lead character of the show. When Bring it On transferred to Broadway in 2012, the same tour cast was retained, Louderman being one of them had a chance to work on Broadway.
Taylor Louderman has had quite a successful role in the entertainment scene. She has been featured on several productions both on and off Broadway. In 2008, Taylor was an Ensemble in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat that was hosted at The Robert G. Reim Theatre. The following year, she was cast as Rose in Alice in Wonderland also hosted at The Robert G. Reim Theatre.
In 2010, Taylor was an Ensemble in Beauty and the Beast as well as Footloose both hosted at The Muny. Legally Blonde is another role for which Louderman is well known. In 2013, Louderman took up the role of Ariel Moore in Footloose, a regional production performed at the Kansas City Starlight Theatre. She was also in Grease in which she played the role of Sandy Dumbrowski. She performed at the Papermill Playhouse and The Muny. Hairspray, the Regional production and Gigantic, the Off-Broadway production are the projects she worked on in 2015. She played Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray and Ashley Penrod in Gigantic. She also depicted Ocean in the off Broadway production of Ride the Cyclone.
The Broadway production of Bring it On in which she played Campbell was hosted at the St. James Theatre and her performance was largely praised. Other Broadway productions include Kinky Boots and Mean Girls.
Her Role in Mean Girls
Taylor’s latest acting role is in the Broadway production of Mean Girls. She plays the role of Queen Bee Regina George in the story that follows the lives of Teenage girls in school. The musical is an adaptation of a 2004 film of the same name.
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