The hit Broadway musical Mean Girls is a spin-off of Tina Feys 2004 movie based on American teenage girls, specifically, acting well, naturally.
No one has to reach very far back to pull out the painful memories of being teased or ridiculed by their peers. As the mother of two young daughters, Fey, a comedienne, actor, and writer, knows all too well how todays world of social media can blow a thoughtless remark out of proportion.
In an interview with the New York Times the three women who star in the musical, and are now 10-plus years removed from those tender years, gave some sage advice on how to deal with such slights either from their own experience or that learned from their on-stage characters.
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