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Mean Girls comes to Mullen

Tickets on Sale March 20th
Mullen High School will be one of the first high schools in the nation to produce the high school version of the Broadway hit, Mean Girls. The  show runs March 30-April 1 at 7pm. Tickets are general admission; doors open at 6:30. Tickets are $12 for Adults, $8 Student/Seniors. We will be hosting a special free show for Mullen students on Thursday. Must have student ID to attend for free. Online ticket sales will be available March 20th.

Mean Girls - The High School Version explores the development and impact of female social cliques and relationships on their decisions and behaviors. Throughout the musical, the characters are presented with choices that will lead them down one of two paths - one of innocence or one of sin and eventual redemption. In the end, the audience is presented with redemption and forgiveness as the characters realize the importance of Respect for All Persons and Inclusive Community, two of our Lasallian Core Principles. The main character, Cady, demonstrates the importance of forgiveness and redemption through the development of authentic personal relationships built on trust and mutual respect instead of deceit and lies.

The musical theatre production is rated PG-13 and younger children or students are encouraged to skip this show due to some language and situations that are not appropriate for younger audiences.