Mean Girls’ National Tour now playing at the Majestic

A ‘fetch’ twist on a fan favorite

We go backstage to learn about the national tour of the musical based on the cult-classic comedy.

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre is hosting the first national tour of the musical comedy “Mean Girls”. From Aug. 9 to Aug. 14, you can indulge in this record-breaking adaptation of the cult classic film.

Based on the film by Tina Fey, the musical follows Cady Heron as she transitions from living on the African Savannah to an American High School.

Lindsay Heather Pearce (Janis Sarkisian) and the National Touring Company of Mean Girls (2022 Jenny Anderson)

Noah Blessing, a member of the production’s ensemble, spoke about what audiences can expect.

“The show has a really great message, I think, at the end. It’s kind of simple, but I think it’s something that can get lost on us as a society sometimes, which is just be kind to one another, and we’re all important and we all matter,” Blessing said.

April Josephine, an actor in the play, spoke about her experience embodying all three adult women (Mrs. Heron, Ms. Norbury and Mrs. George) in the show.

“To be there for the parents that are in audience, it’s been really lovely,” Josephine said.

For ticket prices and more information, click here.

Eric Huffman (Damian Hubbard) and the National Touring Company of Mean Girls (2022 Jenny Anderson)

About the Authors:

Andrew Wilson is a digital journalist and social media producer at KSAT.

Alexsis Page has been a News Producer at KSAT since 2019. A former military brat, she was born in Killeen, raised in El Paso, but calls Lawton, Oklahoma, home. She began her journalism career as an editor and later news producer at KSWO in Lawton and also produced at WICS/WRSP in Springfield, Illinois.