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Mean Girls @ Delsea Regional HS

From plastic tiaras to pitch-perfect sass, we're diving into the Delsea Regional High school’s adaptation of Mean Girls.

"Mean Girls" hit Broadway on April 8, 2018, receiving acclaim and multiple Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical. The show, based on the iconic teen movie, follows newcomer Cady Heron as she navigates the cutthroat world of high school cliques, led by the notorious Plastics. With sharp humor and catchy tunes, it's a hilarious yet poignant exploration of teenage politics, friendship, and self-discovery.

The high school version of Mean Girls was a fun show and had hilarious moments throughout the entire production. From the lead performers to the supporting cast and ensemble, each member always remained in character. There were seamless transitions between scenes, creative lighting, and talented vocals that elevated the experience. The costumes also played a role in effectively distinguishing between the cliques and highlighting the central characters. With these elements harmoniously combined, the cast and crew delivered a successful rendition of the beloved teen comedy.

Jordyn Rosenburg delivered an outstanding performance as the lead female character, Cady Heron. Her energy remained consistently high throughout the entire show, and she skillfully portrayed a clear character transformation from Act 1 onwards. Through her costumes, mannerisms, and speech, Rosenburg effectively depicted Cady's evolution into a "Plastic," captivating the audience with her authenticity. Furthermore, her impressive vocals and wide range set her apart as a lead, effortlessly hitting high notes while conveying emotion in each song. 

Regina George, portrayed by Leila Parker, delivered a standout performance. From the moment she stepped onto the stage in "Meet the Plastics," her presence commanded attention, leaving a powerful impression as Regina. Her vocals soared in the song "World Burn," showcasing remarkable stamina and unwavering energy throughout the performance.

In this production, color played a vital role in scene composition. Utilizing vibrant hues like pink in costumes and lighting, the production cleverly highlighted social dynamics. The use of a projector was a creative touch and was utilized effectively. It created a visually aesthetic image on stage and always elevated every scene. These creative choices enriched the audience's experience overall.

In the spotlight of Delsea’s stage, Mean Girls brought laughter and nostalgia to audiences. With budding talent and youthful energy, the halls of North Shore High School came alive with vibrant performances. As the final curtain falls, it's clear this production has left a mark, reminding us that even in the world of high school drama, friendship and humor surpasses it all.

About the Author

Flood-Orion, Jeffrey

Flood-Orion, Jeffrey

Program Director - FY20 Season


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