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Daughters of African Immigrants Use the Stage to Tell of Two Worlds

Daughters of African Immigrants Use the Stage to Tell of Two Worlds

Clockwise from top left: Danai Gurira, Jocelyn Bioh, Mfoniso Udofia and Ngozi Anyanwu.
Daughters of African Immigrants Use the Stage to Tell of Two Worlds

Daughters of African Immigrants Use the Stage to Tell of Two Worlds

Clockwise from top left: Danai Gurira, Jocelyn Bioh, Mfoniso Udofia and Ngozi Anyanwu.
Finding New Meaning in ‘Mean Girls’

Finding New Meaning in ‘Mean Girls’

From left, Nell Benjamin, Casey Nicholaw, Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond on the set of “Mean Girls” on Broadway at the August Wilson Theater.
Review: ‘Mean Girls’ Sets the Perils of Being Popular to Song

Review: ‘Mean Girls’ Sets the Perils of Being Popular to Song

Erika Henningsen as Cady Heron in the musical “Mean Girls,” adapted by Tina Fey from her screenplay for the cult-favorite 2004 film.
Live Briefing: 2018 Tony Nominations: ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘SpongeBob’ Lead the Way

Live Briefing: 2018 Tony Nominations: ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘SpongeBob’ Lead the Way

Gavin Lee, center, as Squidward Q. Tentacles in “SpongeBob SquarePants,” which garnered 12 Tony nods.
‘Mean Girls’: What’s New in Girl World and What’s Out

‘Mean Girls’: What’s New in Girl World and What’s Out

Erika Henningsen as Cady, second from left, with the Plastics, played by Ashley Park, Taylor Louderman and Kate Rockwell. They’re shiny, fake and hard.
Loving and Hating the Broadway Season: Our Critics Could Have Argued All Night

Loving and Hating the Broadway Season: Our Critics Could Have Argued All Night

Lauren Ambrose in the title role of “My Fair Lady,” a revival nominated for 10 Tony Awards.
Critic’s Notebook: Ridiculous! Fabulous! On Broadway, Tapping in Quotation Marks

Critic’s Notebook: Ridiculous! Fabulous! On Broadway, Tapping in Quotation Marks

Grey Henson, center, in “Mean Girls.” As Damian, the “almost too gay to function” drama nerd, he sells his advice to fellow high school students with a big tap number.
When the ‘Mean Girls’ Were Teen Girls

When the ‘Mean Girls’ Were Teen Girls

Ashley Park, Taylor Louderman and Kate Rockwell, now starring in “Mean Girls” on Broadway, in their own high school yearbook photos.
A Broadway Mogul Redefines Clout in His Own Fashion

A Broadway Mogul Redefines Clout in His Own Fashion

Jordan Roth, the president of Jujamcyn Theaters, posing on the roof of the company’s Manhattan offices.
That New ‘Mean Girls’ Teacher Has Homework to Do

That New ‘Mean Girls’ Teacher Has Homework to Do

Jennifer Simard shows off her binoculars, purchased to help her learn roles in “Mean Girls,” during intermission.