Additional Performances Announced for Girls Night The Musical at Studio 54

The phenomenally popular off-Broadway production Girls Night The Musical has extended its limited Las Vegas engagement due to popular demand. Performances will run through Sunday, May 30 at Studio 54 inside MGM Grand. Performances are Wednesday – Sunday at 7:30 pm.

The UK smash hit, “tell-it-like-it-is” production, follows five friends as they gather for a night of wild karaoke. Audience members are invited to tag along with the remarkable and outrageous women to celebrate friendship, life, love and laughter. Bursting with energy, Girls Night is a hilarious, feel-good comedy that promises to have audience members dancing down the aisles to chart-topping female anthems like Lady Marmalade, It’s Raining Men, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, I Will Survive, and many more.

Women everywhere can relate to the five independent and off-beat characters as they reminisce about the past and celebrate the future. Carol who is the natural born party animal, blunt Anita who says it like it is, Liza and her ‘issues’, boring Kate the greatest designated driver, and Sharon the not-so-angelic angel who just couldn’t resist tagging along for all of the fun. Las Vegas is known for no-holds-barred nights out on the town for women of all ages, where anything can happen. It’s only fitting that the production lands in Sin City where estrogen-filled nights of hilarity and sisterhood are commonplace.

Tickets are on sale, so grab the girls and get ready to party! Tickets are available at the MGM Grand box office starting at $57.40 and $101.40 for premium seats. A premium seat includes a front row ticket as well as a gift bag containing a light up tiara, feather boa and CD that will be signed by the cast following the performance. Tickets are also available by calling the MGM Grand Box Office at 702-891-7800 or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000, visiting any Ticketmaster outlet, or online at ticketmaster.com. The stage production of Girls Night is written by Louise Roche and directed by Jack Randle.