"Mean Girls" Was Just Voted the Best Broadway Show of 2018

The Broadway cast of Mean Girls (Joan Marcus, courtesy Boneau/Bryan-Brown)

It can't help that it's so popular!

Our friends over at Mean Girls the musical are having an especially happy new year: Broadway.com asked its readers to vote for their favorite shows of 2018, and the site just revealed that the fabulously fetch Mean Girls earned the top spot.


Probably in part because its dancers are, like, really pretty. (Erin Baiano)

Of course, we're not even a tiny bit surprised by that news. You already know that we think the musical is ca-razy grool, thanks to Casey Nicholaw's high-octane choreography and the irrepressible energy of a stellar cast of dancers. But the Broadway.com list also features some of our other dancy 2018 faves, including Carousel, Head Over Heels, and Frozen. Check out the full lineup.

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