Cast & Creative



Training: The Arts Educational School in London.

Theatre credits include: Les Misérables (UK & Ireland Tour and Sondheim Theatre); Les Misérables: The Staged Concert (Sondheim Theatre); Disney100: The Concert (UK & International Tour).

Workshop credits include: Back to the Future; Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella (The Other Palace).

Concert credits include: Disney’s WISH Premiere (CPGP); Concerto Capodanno (Teatro Massimo, Palermo); West Side Story (BBC Proms); Let’s Face The Music (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra); The Olivier Awards.



Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre credits include: Elf the Musical and Dirty Dancing (The Dominion Theatre); Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella (Gillian Lynne Theatre); 9 to 5: The Musical (Savoy Theatre); Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); Millennials and Twist and Turn (The Other Palace); Antigone (Belsize Park Arts Festival).

Television credits include: Doctors (BBC).

Film credits include: New Tricks (BBC).

Recording credits include: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella (Original Cast Recording); Magic At The Musicals (Magic Radio from the Royal Albert Hall); Zoovolution (Walt Disney).

Workshop credits include: Miss I-Doll (Zava Productions); Pink Floyd – The Wall (Working Title); Beaches (Arden Entertainment).

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Training: Urdang Academy.

Theatre credits include: SIX (UK Tour); Treason the Musical (UK Tour).

Television credits include: The Mallorca Files – Series 3 (BBC); Hollington Drive (BBC); The Hunt for Raoul Moat (ITV); The A List (Netflix); Flatmates (BBC).



Training: Guildford School of Acting.

Theatre credits include: The Great British Bake Off: The Musical (Noel Coward Theatre); White Christmas (Sheffield Crucible); Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Hope Mill Theatre); Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); & Juliet (Manchester Opera House/Shaftesbury Theatre); Six The Musical (Original London Cast, Arts Theatre/UK Tour); Be More Chill (Shaftesbury Theatre); Hair (Turbine/Palladium); Millennials (MT Fest at the Turbine Theatre); Closer than Ever (Charing Cross Theatre, Broadway HD); Spring Awakening (Curve, Leicester).



Training: The Arts Educational School in London; Royal Academy of Music.

Theatre credits: Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre, West End), Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre, West End), We Will Rock You (Tour – 2019 & 2022; London Coliseum – 2023); Close Up: The Twiggy Musical (Menier Chocolate Factory).



Theatre credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre).

Film credits include: Seneca: On the Creation of Earthquakes (Filmgalerie 451); Jolt (Amazon Prime Video).

Television credits include: The Larkins (ITV); Holby City (BBC).

Other credits include: Out The Box (National Theatre); Magic at the Musicals (Royal Albert Hall); The Show Must Go On: Live! (Palace Theatre and Sky Arts); Yarico (Workshop).



Training: Oxford School of Drama.

Theatre credits include: Cruel Intentions (The Other Palace); Suddenly Last Summer (The English Theatre Frankfurt); Witness for the Prosecution (West End); Speak (Rose Theatre/Paines Plough); Little Sausage (The Other Palace Studio); Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (King’s Head Theatre); Look Who’s All Grown Up (The Space).



Training: Guildford School Of Acting.

Theatre credits include: My Beautiful Laundrette (Curve/National Tour); Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); Millennials (The Other Palace); Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Broken Wings (Charing Cross Theatre); The Magician’s Elephant (RSC); Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse).

Concert credits include: Jerry Herman Gala, Sondheim, The Clockmaker’s Daughter and Carousel: In Concert (Cadogan Hall); In Pieces (Turbine Theatre).

Workshop credits include: My Beautiful Laundrette; The Witches; Little Bits of Light.

Lucca would like to thank his wonderful family and agents for their continued love and support.

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Theatre credits include: The Sound of Music (Chichester Festival Theatre); Black Superhero (Royal Court Theatre); The Color Purple (Leicester Curve / Birmingham Hippodrome – UK National Tour); Chess (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Bonnie & Clyde (Arts Theatre West End); Europa Projekt: Europeana and Peer Gynt (RSC); Caroline, or Change (Chichester, Hampstead and West End); Ragtime (Charing Cross Theatre); August Wilson’s Fences (Duchess Theatre); Spelling Bee (Donmar); Sister Act (London Palladium); The Lion King (Lyceum).

Television credits include: FBI: International (CBS); The Grinch (NBC); Hilda (Netflix); Gameface (Channel 4); Avenue 5 (HBO).

Film credits include: Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (Disney); Lake Placid: The Final Chapter (Syfy – UFO Films); Johnny English Strikes Again (Universal). Ako directed / co-wrote short ‘I’m in the corner with the bluebells’ premiering at Toronto International Film Festival.



Theatre credits include: Made in Dagenham The Musical in Concert (The London Palladium); The Wicker Husband (Watermill Theatre); Kiss Me Kate (London Coliseum); An American in Paris (Dominion); The Winter’s Tale, Harlequinade and Romeo and Juliet (Garrick); Noel (Wexford); Anything Goes (Sheffield Theatres/UK Tour); John Ferguson (Finborough); Oh! What A Lovely War (Theatre Royal Stratford East); The Return of the Soldier (Jermyn Street); Dancing at Lughnasa (Royal & Derngate Northampton); The School for Scandal (Theatre Royal Bath); She Stoops to Conquer (National Theatre); Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve); Wicked (Apollo Victoria); Sunshine on Leith (Dundee Rep); Hairspray (Shaftesbury); Gigi (Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park); The Sound of Music (Larnaca); Parade (Donmar); Guys and Dolls (Donmar/ ATG); The Woman in White (Palace Theatre); Jekyll and Hyde (UK Productions); Warcrime Tribunal (Pleasance); Little Women (Theatre Royal Drury Lane).

Film credits include: Death on The Nile; An American in Paris; Mr Holmes; Walt Disney’s live action remakes of Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella.



Training: The Arts Educational School in London.

Theatre credits include: Bhangra Nation (Birmingham Rep); Evita (Leicester Curve Theatre); Let’s Face The Music (Royal Albert Hall); South Pacific (UK Tour); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour).

Credits whilst training include: A Chorus Line (Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre); Sweeney Todd (Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre).

Television credits include: Olivier Awards 2023 (Royal Albert Hall).



Training: The Arts Educational School.

Theatre credits include: Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace Theatre).

Credits whilst training include: The Beautiful Game; Catch Me If You Can.

Film credits include: Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire (Columbia Pictures).

Television credits include: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder (BBC); Kidnapped (BBC).



Training: The Urdang Academy.

Theatre credits include: Close Up: The Twiggy Musical (Menier Chocolate Factory); We Will Rock You (London Coliseum); Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (UK Tour & London Palladium); Cats (International Tour); The Wizard of Oz (Original London Cast, London Palladium); Evita (UK Tour); Oliver! (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Scrooge (UK Tour); Whistle Down The Wind (UK Tour); Half A Sixpence (Original UK Tour); Never Forget: The Musical (Original London Cast, Savoy); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour), The Who’s Tommy (UK Tour). 

Credits whilst training include: The Wedding Singer

Film and Television credits include: This Morning (ITV); Britain’s Got Talent (ITV); Big Night of Musicals 2023 (BBC); Pudsey The Movie (2014); Big School (BBC); Diana (2013); Spy: Christmas Special (Sky One); World War Z (2013); Dorian Gray (2009); Blue Peter (BBC); Test Drive Monthly (BBC – Advert); Hardware (ITV).

Shonah Buwu


Training: Bird College

Theatre includes: Dreamgirls (UK Tour).

Credits whilst training: 9 to 5: The Musical

She is delighted to be joining the cast of Mean Girls which will also mark her West End debut.


Baylie Carson


Training: Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

Theatre credits include: Six the Musical (West End); Jagged Little Pill (Australian Tour); Bring It On (Australian Tour); Lazarus, The Boy From Oz, Darlinghurst Nights, Hello, Dolly! and Dusty (The Production Company); Darlinghurst Nights (Hayes Theatre Company).

Television credits include: Metro Sexual (Channel 9 Aus); The Voice Australia (Channel 10).

Workshop credits include: Fangirls the Musical; Atlantis.

Freddie Clements


Training: Ker-Mel School of Dance; Laine Theatre Arts.

Theatre credits include: Cats (International Tour); White Christmas the Musical (UK Tour); 42nd Street (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Kiss Me Quickstep (Eastbourne Winter Gardens); Sleeping Beauty (Beck Theatre, Hayes); Peter Pan (Glasgow SECC).

Film and Television credits include: 42nd Street; The People’s Strictly (BBC); The Royal Variety Performance (ITV); The Olivier Awards (ITV); The One Show (BBC); Sunday Night at The Palladium (ITV).

Siobhan Diffin


Training: The Arts Educational School in London.

Theatre credits includes: The SpongeBob Musical (Premiere UK Tour); Flashdance (International Tour) ; The Glenn Miller Story (London Coliseum, West End and UK Tour); Orpheus – The Mythical (The Other Palace); TheProducers (International Tour); Rags the Musical in Concert (Lyric Theatre, West End); Cinderella (Victoria Theatre Halifax); Snow White (King’s Lynn Corn Exchange); Cinderella (The Harlington, Fleet).

Film credits include: Wonka (Warner Bros.).

Workshop credits include: Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory); King Lear (Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company).

Clíona Flynn

Standby Cady Heron / Regina George

Training: Central School of Speech and Drama.

Television credits include: My Norwegian Holiday (Hallmark), Doctors (BBC).

Clíona will be making her West End professional debut in Mean Girls.

Fergie Fraser


Training: The Dance School of Scotland; The Arts Educational School in London.

Theatre credits include: Cinderella (Salisbury Playhouse); Big Band Does Broadway (Edinburgh Fringe).

Television credits include: Crime (2023).

Workshop credits include: Restless Natives; A Second Chance.

Credits whilst training include: Freaky Friday; Legally Blonde.

Fergie thinks it’s totally grool to be making her West End debut in Mean Girls! She would like to thank her Mum, Dad, boyfriend, family and friends for being so fetch with the continuous love and support. Fergie would like to dedicate her performances to her Granny Betty who watched private performances in the living room every Friday evening growing up.

Angus Good


Training: Laine Theatre Arts.

Theatre credits include: Jack and the Beanstalk (Birmingham Hippodrome); Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); Snow White (Milton Keynes Theatre); Sleeping Beauty (Chelmsford Civic Theatre).

Credits whilst training include: Dick Whittington (Bristol Hippodrome); The Magnificent Music Hall (Alexandra Palace and New Wimbledon Theatre); Peter Pan (The Beck Theatre, Hayes).

Television credits include: BBC Big Night at the Musicals (BBC); Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Concert (BBC).

Jenny Huxley-Golden


Training: Performance Preparation Academy (PPA).

Theatre credits include: Mrs Henderson Presents (Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto); Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre); Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre); Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre); Peter Pan – The Return of Captain Hook (Mansfield Palace Theatre, Malvern Theatres); Peter Pan (The Anvil, Basingstoke, Theatre Royal, Bath and Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells); Cinderella (Hounslow Arts Centre).

Television credits include: M.I. High (CBBC, Series 3-5); Chute (CBBC).

Workshop credits include: Tracks (Union Theatre).

Holly Liburd


Training: Urdang Academy.

Theatre credits include: Clueless (Churchill Theatre); Ain’t Too Proud (Prince Edward); Dreamgirls (UK Tour); This is a Love Story (Dundee Repertory); Hairspray (London Coliseum); The Bodyguard (UK Tour).

Corey Mitchell


Training: Bird College.

Theatre credits include: Mrs Doubtfire (Shaftsbury Theatre); Mamma Mia! (UK & International Tour); Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs (Hull New Theatre); Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour); Starlight Express (Bochum, Germany).

Workshop credits include: You’ll Be Okay (Goldsmiths University); Ludala (Albany Theatre).

Mervin Noronha


Training: Urdang Academy.

Theatre credits include: Bhangra Nation (Birmingham Rep); Aladdin (Blackpool Grand Theatre); The Wizard of Oz (Leicester Curve); Antigone (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Wonderville (Palace Theatre).

Film and Television credits include: Greatest Days (Elysian Films); What’s Love Go To Do With It? (Working Title/StudioCanal).

Workshops credit Include: Just For One Day (The Old Vic); Tinker Bell The Musical (The Other Palace); Woodhill R&D (Shoreditch Town Hall & The North Wall Oxford).


Aharon Rayner


Training: The Arts Educational School in London

Theatre credits include: Bronco Billy (Charing Cross Theatre); Billie The Kid (Vaudeville Theatre); Miss Saigon (Sheffield Crucible); The Great British Bake Off: The Musical (Noël Coward Theatre and Cheltenham Everyman); Hex (The National Theatre).

Cast recording credits include: The Great British Bake Off: The Musical.

Workshop credits include: Hex (The National Theatre).

Aharon would like to thank his friends and family for their ongoing support.

Trézel Sergeant


Training: Urdang Academy.

Theatre credits include: Aladdin and Jack and the Beanstalk (Theatre Royal Windsor); South Pacific (UK & Ireland Tour).

Television credits include: Doctor Who (BBC).

Trézel is delighted to be making his West End debut with Mean Girls! He would like to thank his family, friends and agent for their constant support.

Josh Singleton



Training: SLP College.

Theatre credits include: Dreamgirls (UK Tour); Mother Goose (Cheltenham Everyman); Columbus (RCCL); Grease (RCCL); Cinderella (Liverpool Empire – Qdos Pantomimes).

Television credits Include: National Lottery’s Big Night of The Musicals (AO Arena).

Josh is represented by Brewis Scott Associates and is thrilled to be joining the cast of Mean Girls. He would like to thank his family and friends for their continued love and support.

Annie Southall

Ensemble / Assistant Dance Captain

Theatre credits include: Clueless the Musical (Bromley Churchill); Wizard of Oz (London Palladium); Smoky Mountain Christmas Carol (Southbank Centre); West Side Story (Ljubljana Festival); The Boyfriend (Menier Chocolate Factory); Mamma Mia! (Novello Theatre); Olivier Awards in Concert (Southbank Centre).

Workshop credits include: Clueless the Musical (Bromley Churchill).

Choreographer credits include: Babies: In Concert (Lyric); LIFT (Southwark Playhouse); Sex Machine: The James Brown UK Tour (Promotion Video).

Assistant Director credits include: Whistle Down the Wind and The Jungle Book (The Watermill); Snowflake Musical Workshop (The Lowry).

Lillia Squires


Training: D&B Academy of Performing Arts.

Lillia is thrilled that Mean Girls marks her West End debut. She would like to thank her family, friends and D&B for their continued support.

Tommy Wade-Smith

Swing / Dance Captain

Training: Performers College.

Theatre credits include: Annie the Musical (UK & Ireland Tour); Moulin Rouge! The Musical (Piccadilly Theatre); The Book of Mormon (International Tour & Prince of Wales); We Will Rock You (Royal Caribbean Cruise Line); The 12 Tenors (Scandinavian Tour); Hooray for Hollywood (Chinese Tour); Puttin’ on the Ritz (UK Tour); BBC Dance Proms (Royal Albert Hall).

Television credits include: The Royals; FA Cup Final Half Time Show.

Workshop credits include: Will Tuckett’s Nutcracker.

Holly Willock


Training: New York University, Tisch School of the Arts.

Theatre credits include: Hairspray (Kilworth House Theatre); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (UK Tour & Toronto); Cats (40th Anniversary Tour, South Korea & International Tour); The Sound of Music (UK Tour); Kiss Me, Kate (Kilworth House Theatre); The Wind in the Willows (UK Tour) for which she was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Manchester Theatre Awards.

Other credits include: The Show Must Go On (Documentary, 2021).

Tina Fey


Tina Fey is an award-winning writer, actress, and producer. She wrote the 2004 film Mean Girls, in which she also played Ms. Norbury. Fey created and starred as Liz Lemon on the celebrated comedy series 30 Rock, which earned 16 Emmys (and 103 total nominations) over 7 seasons. Prior to 30 Rock, Fey enjoyed 9 seasons as a writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live. She continues to co-create and/or produce hit shows such as Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Great News, and Girls5eva and the feature films Sisters, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and, in 2024, the musical feature version of Mean Girls. As an actor, she has appeared in Baby Mama, Date Night, Muppets Most Wanted, Admission, This is Where I Leave You, Pixar’s Soul, Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building and most recently Kenneth Brannagh’s A Haunting in Venice. In 2011, Fey published her first book, Bossypants, which topped the New York Times best seller list for 5 consecutive weeks. She lives with her husband and two daughters in New York City, but is thrilled at the chance to work again in London.

Jeff Richmond


Jeff Richmond is an award-winning composer, songwriter and producer for television, theatre and film. He served as composer and an Executive Producer on NBC’s 30 Rock, winning three Primetime Emmy Awards alongside his wife Tina Fey. He began as a musical director at The Second City in Chicago and eventually moved on to Saturday Night Live, where he spent 5 years creating special material for talents ranging from Jack Black to Tom Brady. Jeff’s New York theatre credits include the musical Melancholy Baby, Lobo A Go-Go, the score for Fully Committed and Mean Girls the Musical. His most recent television credits include Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix), Great News (NBC), Mr. Mayor (NBC), The Mapleworth Murders (Quibi) and Girls5eva (Netflix) where he serves as Executive Producer and creator of music. Richmond was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Original Score in 2018 for Mean Girls. He currently lives in New York City with his wife and their two daughters.

Nell Benjamin


Nell Benjamin wrote the lyrics to the Tony-nominated MEAN GIRLS and co-wrote the score to Legally Blonde: the Musical, (Olivier Award, Tony nomination) with Laurence O’Keefe. She also co-wrote The Sea Beast for Netflix (Best Animated Feature Oscar nomination. Annie Award nomination). She has written book and/or lyrics for Come Fall In Love: the DDLJ Musical, Dave The Musical, Because of Winn Dixie; Cam Jansen (Drama Desk Nomination); Half Time; Pirates! (or Gilbert and Sullivan plunder’d), Sarah, Plain and Tall; The Mice (from 3hree); I Want My Hat Back, How I Became A Pirate, The New York Philharmonic New Year’s Eve celebration and Young People’s concerts.

Her play, The Explorers Club won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Play, a Drama Desk nomination, an Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award, and an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grant.

For Television, she has worked on Unhappily Ever After; Whoa! Sunday with Mo Rocca; The Electric Company; Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris; Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway; Julie’s Greenroom. Nell is currently working on Nancy Drew: The Musical, Real Women Have Curves, Huzzah!, and Fado, along with an original movie musical for Universal. She is a proud recipient of the Jonathan Larson award and Kleban Foundation grant, and a member of ASCAP and The Dramatists Guild.

Casey Nicholaw

Direction & Choreography

Casey Nicholaw (Director, Choreographer). Currently represented on Broadway as director/choreographer of Disney’s Aladdin (2014 Tony®, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle award nominations for Best Choreography), and co-director and choreographer of The Book of Mormon (2011 Tony®, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards for Best Co-Director and nominations in the same categories for Best Choreography); Olivier Award winner for Best Choreography. Other notable Broadway credits as director/choreographer: Some Like It Hot (2023 Tony® and Drama Desk awards for Best Choreography, Outer Critics Circle Award nomination in the same category, Tony® nomination for Best Direction), The Prom (2019 Tony® nomination for Best Direction), Mean Girls (2018 Tony® nominations for Best Direction and Choreography), Tuck Everlasting, Something Rotten! (2015 Tony®, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle award nominations for Best Direction and Choreography) Elf: The Musical; The Drowsy Chaperone (2006 Tony® and Drama Desk award nominations for Best Direction and Choreography, Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Best Choreography); Monty Python’s Spamalot directed by Mike Nichols (2005 Tony®, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle award nominations for Best Choreography). Represented on the West End as co-director/choreographer of The Book of Mormon. Other notable West End Credits as director/choreographer: The Drowsy Chaperone, Dreamgirls, and Aladdin. Represented internationally as the director/choreographer of the world premiere of Disney’s Hercules in Hamburg, Germany. Film and TV credits include: The Prom (choreographer), Trolls (choreographer), “Smash” (director, S2 E7).

Scott Pask

Scenic Design

Scott Pask has received Tony Awards for his designs of The Book of Mormon, Tom Stoppard’s The Coast of Utopia and Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman.

Selected designs on Broadway include Shucked (Tony Nomination.), Some Like It Hot (Tony Nom), Aint No Mo’, Grey House, American Buffalo (Tony Nom.), The Prom, The Band’s Visit (Original production- Tony Nom.), Mean Girls (Tony Nom.), Waitress, Pippin (Tony Nom.), I’ll Eat You Last with Bette Midler, A Steady Rain with Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig, Blackbird, A Behanding in Spokane, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, HAIR, Pal Joey (Tony Nom.), Nine with Antonio Banderas, and the original production of Urinetown.

He designed Local Hero for the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, The Same Deep Water As Me, Take Me Out, Tales from Hollywood (Donmar), The Pillowman (National Theatre), Finding Neverland (Leicester Curve), The Country Girl (Apollo), HAIR (Gielgud), Barnum (Chichester Festival Theatre, National Tour), On An Average Day (Pinter), Albert Herring (Opera North), and Bash (Almeida).

He designed Oh, Hello, John Mulaney – Kid Gorgeous at Radio City and John Mulaney – Baby J., Hasan Minhaj – The Kings Jester (Art Directors Guild Award nomination) for Netflix. Also, Cirque du Soliel’s Amaluna, and Peter Grimes for the Metropolitan Opera. He has won Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Lortel, Hewes, and Audience Choice Awards.

Katrina Lindsay

Costume Design

Katrina Lindsay is a set and costume designer working internationally in theatre, opera, ballet and film.

Recent costume designs include: The Motive and the Cue (National Theatre and West End); Tammy Faye (Almeida Theatre); Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (West End, Broadway and worldwide); The Lehman Trilogy (National Theatre, West End and Broadway); 101 Dalmatians (Regent’s Park); Burn starring Alan Cumming (National Theatre of Scotland / Edinburgh International Festival); Hamlet starring Benedict Cumberbatch (Barbican and broadcast on National Theatre Live); American Psycho (Almeida Theatre and Broadway).

As set and costume designer at the National Theatre work includes Hex, Small Island, Three Sisters, Mosquitoes, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Death and the King’s Horseman and London Road; plus production designer on the film of London Road (Cuba Pictures). Costume designs for opera include Terry Gilliam’s Damnation of Faust and Benvenuto Cellini for the ENO and around the world.

Katrina Lindsay won the 2008 Tony Award, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk awards for Outstanding Costume for Les Liaisons Dangereuses on Broadway and the 2017 Olivier Award and 2018 Tony Award for Best Costume Design for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Katrina is an associate of the National Theatre and a member of the theatre design collective Scene/Change.

Kenneth Posner

Lighting Design

Kenneth Posner designs extensively on and off-Broadway, for resident theatres and touring productions throughout the United States as well as internationally. In addition to Mean Girls, he has designed the West End productions of Pretty Woman, Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde, Side Man, Hairspray (Olivier Nom.) and Wicked (Olivier Nom.) His love of theatre began with his local community theatre and grew into a passion for lighting and visual story telling. He graduated with a degree in Lighting Design from SUNY at Purchase in 1987 and began his professional design career at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in Stockbridge Massachusetts. Selected Broadway credits include Beetlejuice, Mr. Saturday Night, Pretty Woman, Mean Girls, War Paint, Tuck Everlasting, Disgraced, On Your Feet, If/Then, Kinky Boots, Pippin, Cinderella, Hairspray, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Legally Blonde, Catch Me If You Can, The Coast Of Utopia – Shipwrecked, Other Desert Cities, The Merchant Of Venice, Finding Neverland, and Wicked. He is the recipient of the TONY, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and OBIE Awards.

Brian Ronan

Sound Design

Brian has designed the sound for over 45 shows on Broadway and Mean Girls will be his 5th production on the West End. Some are The Great Gatsby, Some Like It Hot, Funny Girl, Mrs. Doubtfire, Tootsie, Mean Girls, Springsteen on Broadway, The Prom, Beautiful, The Book of Mormon, Anything Goes, American Idiot, Promises, Promises, Next to Normal, Curtains, Spring Awakening, Sting’s-The Last Ship, and Sam Mendes’- Cabaret.

Regionally Brian has designed in most of the America’s top regional theatres.

Brian is the fortunate recipient of the Obie, Lucille Lortel, two Drama Desks, an Olivier and two Tony awards. His career has spanned North America, Europe, Australia and Asia and has allowed him to work with the most talented composers, directors, designers, actors, musicians and stagehands in the world for which he is eternally grateful.

Finn Ross and Adam Young

Video Design

FINN ROSS has won two Olivier Awards, a Tony Award, three Drama Desk Awards & four What’s on Stage Awards. He is an Honorary Fellow of The Royal School of Speech and Drama.

Recent work includes:

Theatre: Tammy Fey and Spring Awakening (Almeida Theatre); My Neighbour Totoro (RSC); Back to the Future (West End, Broadway); Frozen (International); Les Misérables (International); Mean Girls (Broadway), Harry Potter & The Cursed Child (West End & Broadway), Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Broadway/West End/Tour); Jagged Little Pill (ART); American Psycho (Broadway & Almeida Theatre); Chimerica (Almeida Theatre & West End); The Tempest (The RSC & Barbican); Master and Margarita, All My Sons and Shunkin (Complicite).

Opera: The Hours (The Met); Mahagonny (Royal Opera House); Missa Solemnis (LA Phil); Benvenuto Cellini, Death of Klinghoffer and Damnation of Faust (ENO); Hänsel und Gretel, Zäuberflote and Dog’s Heart (DNO, Amsterdam); La clemenza di Tito and Mr Brouček (Opera North); Les Pêcheurs de Perles and Turn of the Screw (Theatre an der Wien); Rinaldo (Glyndebourne).
Dance: Cinderella (The Royal Ballet); Anna Karenina (The Joffrey Ballet); The Nutcracker (Atlanta Ballet); The Feeling of Going (Skånes Dansteater).

Music: Declan Mckena (Reading & Leads 2023); Lewis Capaldi (2022 Tour); Azimuth (Al Ula); Cold Play (Music of the Spheres); Sam Fender (17 Going Under); Foals (Life is Yours); Mark Ronson (Midnight Feeling); J Balvin Fornightmares (Fortnight); W Hotel Instillation (Guangzhou, China); Rolling Stones Exhibitionism (International).

ADAM YOUNG graduated from the Royal School of Speech and Drama and is the co-founder of FRAY Studio.

Recent work includes:

Theater: Back to the Future (International); Frozen (International); Sarwat Watan (Cirque Du Soleil); Mean Girls (Broadway/Tour); Harry Potter & The Cursed Child (West End); Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (West End/Tour); American Psycho (Almeida Theatre); The Tempest (The RSC & Barbican); Master and Margarita (Complicite).

Opera: Fidelio and Rinaldo (Glyndebourne); Benvenuto Cellini, Death of Klinghoffer and Damnation of Faust (ENO); Dog’s Heart (DNO, Amsterdam); La clemenza di Tito (Opera North); The Rise and Fall of Mahagony (Royal Opera House).

Dance: Cinderella (The Royal Ballet); The Feeling of Going (Skånes Dansteater).

Music: Chase and Status (2024 Tour);Arlo Parks (2023 Tour); Declan Mckena (Reading & Leads 2023); Lewis Capaldi (2023 Tour); Azimuth (Al Ula); Coldplay (Music of the Spheres); Sam Fender (17 Going Under); Foals (Life is Yours); Glass Animals (Dreamland IRL); Mark Ronson (Midnight Feeling); Years and Years (NightCall & Palo Santo); Liam Gallagher (International); Two Door Cinema Club (International); Bombay Bicycle Club (International); J Balvin Fortnitemares (Fortnite).

Installations: Performance Laboratory (Royal College of Music); W Hotel (Guangzhou, China).

Exhibitions: Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure© (NYC & LA); Rolling Stones: Exhibitionism (International); Opera Power and Politics, Records and Rebels (V&A); Driven 007 (Spyscape).

Josh Marquette

Hair Design

NY/London: The Prom; Pretty Woman; Mean Girls; Present Laughter; Dreamgirls; Paramour; Tuck Everlasting; School of Rock; Something Rotten; Aladdin; Kinky Boots; The Book of Mormon; Trip of Love; First Date; Elf; Dogfight; The Best Man; Vanities; Look Back in Anger; The Drowsy Chaperone; Pig Farm; The… Trailer Park Musical; Altar Boyz; Show Boat at Carnegie Hall; Mamma Mia!; Encores!: Call Me Madam, Most Happy Fella and Follies. Television: The Slap; 30 Rock; SNL.

Instagram: @josh_marquette

Mary-Mitchell Campbell

Music Supervisor / Vocal, Dance & Incidental Music Arrangements

Mary-Mitchell Campbell is a Grammy award winning musician and currently the Musical Director for Encores! at City Center. She has been the Music Supervisor or Music Director for multiple Broadway shows including: Some Like it Hot, Mean Girls, The Prom, Tuck Everlasting, Finding Neverland, Big Fish, The Addams Family, Company, and Sweeney Todd. She has conducted the Chicago Symphony, the Cincinnati Symphony, the Dallas Symphony, the Nashville Symphony, and was recently named an Imagination Artist and conductor for the Colorado Symphony. Mary-Mitchell is passionate about arts education and access to arts education for marginalized communities. She is the Founder of Arts Ignite ( which recruits and trains high-level artists to teach young people health education and life skills through the arts. She is very active in Maestra ( and MUSE – Musicians United for Social Equity.

John Clancy


Glen Kelly and Mary-Mitchell Campbell

Dance & Incidental Music Arrangements

Mary-Mitchell Campbell and Jeff Richmond

Vocal Arrangements

Simona Budd

Musical Director

Working predominantly as a Musical Director and keyboard player, Simona has a wealth of experience and is in demand as a dynamic musician and as an energetic and motivating teacher.

Most recently, as Musical Director, Simona has completed sell-out runs of the Original UK Tour of Dreamgirls, the Original UK Production of Heathers the Musical at The Other Palace and at Theatre Royal, Haymarket in London’s West End. She has recorded the award-winning Heathers’ Original London Cast Album. Other theatre credits as Musical Director include The Producers, Hot Mikado, Seussical and Grease as well as a number of pantomimes. As Assistant Musical Director: Legally Blonde, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Pippin.

Media work includes soloist for Mercedes and National Lottery radio advertising campaigns, conductor at the world premiere of Disney’s A Christmas Carol and Musical Director for the British Media Awards, Financial Risk Awards and Your Money Awards. She has been a Performance Coach for the ITV productions of Newsrooms’ Got Talent.

She works as a guest lecturer, advisor and consultant on musical theatre workshops and courses. For a number of years, she was involved with the Cabaret circuit across London which included a residency at The Pheasantry – one of London’s most recognised Cabaret venues. She continues to enjoy work as an accompanist and pianist at many of these venues and at some of London’s five-star hotels.

Simona is thrilled to be Musical Director of Mean Girls.

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Natalie Gallacher CDG for Pippa Ailion and Natalie Gallacher Casting


Current West End: MJ: The Musical; Frozen; Moulin Rouge!; TINA: The Tina Turner Musical;The Book Of Mormon;The Lion King.

Current UK Tours: Come From Away

SelectedWest End/UK tours: Ain’t Too Proud;Get Up Stand Up; Come From Away;Beauty and The Beast; On Your Feet!; Dreamgirls; Funny Girl; Sunny Afternoon; Motown; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Wind in the Willows; Memphis; Bend It Like Beckham; Legally Blonde; Wicked; Billy Elliot; Top Hat; We Will Rock You: Here Lies Love; Fela!; Spring Awakening.

Almeida: Tammy Faye; Spring Awakening; American Psycho; Decade

Chichester Festival Theatre:The Sound of Music; Rock Follies

Chichester Festival Theatre and West End: Gypsy; Guys and Dolls; Pajama Game; Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street; Kiss Me Kate; Love Story

Regents Park: Legally Blonde; Sound of Music; Porgy and Bess; Into The Woods; Ragtime; Midsummer Night’s Dream; Lord of the Flies: The Importance of Being Ernest

Young Vic: Mandela; Tree; Twelfth Night; Far Away; Generations; Been So Long; The Enchanted Pig

Birmingham Rep: One Love – The Bob Marley Musical, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, The Wiz, Waiting for Godot

Mercury, Colchester: Midsummer; Great Expectations

Film Dance Casting: Rocketman; Wonka; Disney’s Snow White

Future Projects: Hello Dolly;Dear Evan Hansen UK tour, The Book Of Mormon International Tour; TINA: The Tina Turner Musical UK Tour


Come From Away Casting Director Guild award 2020

Spring Awakening What’s On Stage award 2023