Ever since we learnt that cult film Mean Girls was being made into a play, we haven't been able to control our excitement. And Tina Fey, the comedian behind the play's script has just given a major update.
On The Tonight Show, Fey revealed that the play's actors have been in rehearsals for a month now and told Jimmy Fallon: "I've been in movie musicals, and with those you can secretly suck. But to do it on stage, these kids are so talented, it's like a bunch of baby Timberlakes! Everyone can do everything. They sing so loud and they dance so hard."
The comedian is working alongside her husband, Jeff Richmond, a composer who created music for 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, on the show.
The play is reportedly set to hit the stage October 31st at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C - according to the Hollywood Reporter. So make sure to get your flights booked, asap.
The much anticipated news was announced, on October 3rd of course, via a newly verified Twitter account dedicated to the pending musical.
We'll be sure to keep you up to date with any further details sure to be released in the coming weeks.
But one thing's for sure, when it comes to reserving seats in the theatre, you can't sit with us...