About a decade ago, Tina Fey released Mean Girls—a film that ultimately came to define the teenage experience for a generation, thanks mainly to the Upper Darby High School-influenced antics shown on screen. Now, Fey returns to Delco for the film’s tenth anniversary with a special screening and Q&A session.
The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center will host Fey’s Mean Girls screening August 16, with proceeds from the event going to purchase the center a new sound system at the cost of around $300,000. Tickets for the main event run $40 to $100, with passes for an additional meet and greet session having already sold out since going on sale yesterday.
As PAC marketing director Lauren Yacina told Mainline Media News:
A meet and greet is also scheduled for the event, but tickets sold out within 10 minutes after going on sale Monday morning according to the PAC marketing director, Lauren Yacina.