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DIRECTED BY RYAN LEFTON
CHOREOGRAPHED BY LUKE SMITH

MUSICAL DIRECTION BY JAN ROPER
VOCAL COACHING BY BRENT RAMIREZ

Join us at North Shore High for our Advanced Musical Production! 

Get in Losers, we're headed into Summer! We are so excited to announce our Summer Advanced Musical production of Mean Girls, the Musical!  Consider this your invitation from Regina George herself to this fiercely hilarious musical from book writer Tina Fey (30 Rock), lyricist Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde) and composer Jeff Richmond (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt). .

Audition Dates: May 28th & 29th

Everyone must participate in a Vocal Auditon and a Dance Auditon. We will have a self tape option for those who can not make the initial audition dates. Callbacks will take place Wednesday, May 30th by invite only! All participants must be 12+ to audition under 26, for this production. 

Rehearsal Begins: Monday, June 24th

Rehearsals will take place June 24th-July 11th at Born to Perform Studio, 2977 Willow Lane. Rehearsals will be Monday-Friday, 5pm - 9pm with Added rehearsals on Saturdays. Rehearsals will then move to the Moorpark College mainstage starting July 15th-July 17th for Tech Week. We will also be holding added music rehearsals leading up June 24th,.
These will be TBD and dependant on schedule and need. 
 Show Dates: July 19th, 20th, 21st

Performances of Mean Girls will take place at the Moorpark College Mainstage. Showtimes will be July 19th at 7pm ; July 20th at 1pm & 7pm; and July 21st at 1pm!

Participation Fee

There will be a participation fee of $275 for all members cast in this production. 

Moorpark College Dual Enrollment

If cast in Mean Girls, all performers must enroll in the THA M12 Class through Moorpark College. If you are not already enrolled in the college, you'll nee to fill out the Dual Enrollment form and have it signed by your current schools administration. You can download that form below and present it, signed, at your designated Audition Slot.  

CHARACTER BREAKDOWN

Damian Hubbard

Co-chair of the Student Activities Committee and Janis’s best friend. Damian is smart, witty, and confident and occasionally serves as the show’s narrator.

Vocal range top: G5

Vocal range bottom: Bb3

Janis Sarkisian

Marches to the beat of her own drum and, with Damian, narrates throughout the show. After a falling-out with Regina in middle school, she became a bit of a social outcast and still holds a grudge against Regina. Damian is her best friend and lovingly refers to her as his “art freak.” 

Vocal range top: D5

Vocal range bottom: A3

Cady Heron

Arrives at North Shore High a clueless transfer student but is quickly wrapped up in brutal social politics. Though at her core Cady is levelheaded, self-assured, and kind, when she goes undercover with the Plastics, she becomes unrecognizable. 

Vocal range top: E5

Vocal range bottom: G2

Ms. Norbury / Ms. George / Ms. Heron

Cady’s homeroom and calculus teacher, and she oversees the Mathletes. Though she is a bit jaded and more than a little sarcastic, Ms. Norbury sees the real Cady and encourages her to be true to herself. Ms. George -Desperate to be a "cool mom".

Regina George

The undisputed Queen Bee of North Shore High School, and she knows
it. She’s confident, clever, and completely unbothered by anyone else’s opinion. While Regina purposefully manipulates everyone around her (including her own mom), at her heart, she’s trying to fit in, just like everyone else. 

Vocal range top: Eb5

Vocal range bottom: Ab3

 

 

Gretchen Wieners

Regina’s stressed-out second-in-command. As much as Regina appears not to care what people think, Gretchen cares very much, and she’s especially paranoid when it comes to Regina. She takes the Plastics very seriously and is completely controlled by Regina, until Cady comes along. 

Vocal range top: E5

Vocal range bottom: G2

Karen Smith

The third member of the Plastics. While Karen’s lack of intelligence is a running joke throughout the show, she sees the other girls more clearly than most people and is the most laid back of the three. 

Vocal range top: D#5

Vocal range bottom: G2

Aaron Samuels

A nice guy who has no idea that he’s the high school heartthrob. Although he doesn’t enjoy the drama of high school social politics, he gets used as a pawn between Cady and Regina, though he genuinely likes Cady.

Vocal range top: E5

Vocal range bottom: B3

Kevin G

Captain of the Mathletes! He’s confident and excited about competing with the team, and he’s proud of their accomplishments. Strong Rap skills a must.

Mr. Duvall

The school principal. Like Ms. Norbury, he’s seen it all, although he’s slightly more formal and sincere than Ms. Norbury’s sarcasm.

Ensemble

Party Guests, the Debate Team, Dance Team, Show Choir, Mathletes, and Students. Cast Taylor, Caitlyn, Rachel, Caroline Krafft, Tony, Marymount Captain, Teary Girl, Mathletes Moderater Sonja Acquino, Glenn Cocco, Dawn, Grace, Lizzie, Sophie, and Jason from the ensemble. All these roles have a line or two, but they don’t sing solos.

 

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