Churchill grad Noah Blessing to make hometown debut in ‘Mean Girls’ at Majestic Theater
churchill grad noah blessing to make hometown debut in ‘mean

Churchill grad Noah Blessing to make hometown debut in ‘Mean Girls’ at Majestic Theater

San Antonio native Noah Blessing’s love for the arts started as a kid when he discovered the music of late Tejano star Selena Quintanilla. Blessing would watch archival footage of her performances online and practice dancing in his room. He’s seen the 1997 biopic Selena a few dozen times and jokes that he has a helluva “washing machine” dance move in his own repertoire.

“I think that’s very common for a lot of kids from South Texas,” Blessing, 24, told MySA during a recent interview. “I remember seeing her and knowing that I wanted to dance and sing on stage. That was probably the first time I realized I wanted to be a performer.”

This week, Blessing will make his professional debut in his hometown when he performs in the touring musical, Mean Girls, which takes place at the Majestic Theater from August 9-14. Mean Girls is a stage production based on the 2004 film of the same name starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams. The Mean Girls musical opened on Broadway in 2018.

As part of the show’s touring ensemble, Blessing, who is a 2016 graduate of Churchill High School, plays one of the students at North Shore High School where much of the story takes place. He also serves as the understudy for the actor playing the role of Kevin Gnapoor, captain of the Mathletes and amateur rapper (“The G is silent when I sneak through your…

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