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Youth Show

April 19th and 20th at 6 PM and April 21st at 2 PM

Ohmann Theater - 65 William St. Lyons, NY

Mean Girls - View Audition Details Below

Youth Show - Matinee Performances

May 4th, 5th, 11th, and 12th at 2 PM

Ohmann Theater - 65 William St. Lyons, NY

Mamma Mia

August 2nd and 3rd at 6 PM and August 4th at 2PM

Ohmann Theater - 65 William St. Lyons, NY

Spongebob Squarepants, Jr.

Youth Show

August 16th and 17th at 6 PM and August 18th at 2PM

Ohmann Theater - 65 William St. Lyons, NY

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Latest Audition Information

Community Schools Theater and Arts Presents Mean Girls the Musical High School Version Auditions!

For anyone ages 14 - 18 years old!

Auditions will be held at the Rose Union Community Building in Room 3. (10694-10698 School St, Clyde, NY 14590) on March 15th from 3 pm to 8 pm and March 16th from 10 am to 6 pm.


For auditions, please bring in any prepared song of your choosing as well as a karaoke backtrack (You can email the link, or bring in your phone; if you have any questions, reach out.) We will provide short monologues to read.


If you are needed at callbacks, you will receive a message after auditions. Callbacks will be held on March 17th.

Character List for Mean Girls the Musical High School Version

Cady Heron

A new junior at North Shore High School, Cady grew up in Africa and was homeschooled by her wildlife biologist parents. She is warm, bright, and strong enough to take on The Plastics. Is the emotional heart of our story.

Regina George

Regina is the Queen Bee of the Plastics. When she shines her light on you, you feel like the most important person in the world. When that light goes cold, you want to die. She is regal, still, and “hot”, but at her most vulnerable moments, she is just a kid in over her head.


An “Art Freak” and social outcast, Janis is not afraid to be weird or make others uncomfortable. She paints herself as an objective observer, but, like so many of us, she longs to avenge the devastating events of eighth grade.


Outgoing and an active member of the student activities committee, Damian is a fiercely loyal friend to Janis and they have the close rapport of a comedy team.


One of the Plastics. Desperate to please Regina and to maintain her position in the Plastics, Gretchen is a nervous wreck. She is a “banker” meaning she befriends people to “bank” their secrets so she can trade them later for her own benefit. Her fragility at times is heartbreaking.


One of the Plastics. Although her intellect and personality never had a chance to develop, Karen is essentially kind, relaxed, and a generous laugher.


A cute boy with a good moral compass and a backbone. He’s not immune to all the female attention he gets, but he’s not going to let himself be a pawn in their chess game either.

Kevin G.

Kevin is the extremely driven captain of the North Shore Mathletes. He is a confident student and a decent rapper.

Ms. Norbury

Ms. Norbury is Cady’s world-weary Calculus teacher who pushes Cady to be her smartest self.

Mr. Duvall

The principal of North Shore High. Mr. Duvall may have once taught computers at Joliet penitentiary, but nothing prepared him for the harsh realities of out-of-control junior girls.

Mrs. George

Mrs. George is Regina’s “cool mom.” She’s desperate to look young and feel like one of the teens. She’s also desperate for Regina not to repeat her mistakes.

Mrs. Heron

Mrs. Heron is Cady’s intellectual mom who can’t understand why her daughter is devolving before her eyes.

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