Co-stars Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair took in the production, which plays Thursday and Friday evenings at 8 PM through June and July.
Director Lindsey Rosin provided Playbill.com with photos from the event:
Roger Kumble's 1999 film, which also starred Ryan Phillippe, took in $75 million at the box office.
The musical parody is described thus: "This cult classic tale of seduction and revenge follows despicable step-siblings Sebastian (John Krause, fresh off of Rock of Ages in Las Vegas) and Kathryn ("Faking It"’s Katie Stevens) in their attempt to destroy their classmates (Molly McCook and Wicked's Emma Hunton)."
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