Photo by JAMES WHITE for ESQUIRE
Before there was “Second City,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Mean Girls” and “30 Rock,” there was Upper Darby Summer Stage where writer, producer, and Emmy-award winning actress Tina Fey first honed her acting and directing chops. Upper Darby Summer Stage was established in 1976 and welcomes over 700 young participants each summer and over 30,000 ticket-holders to then series of family-friendly musicals. Fey returns to Summer Stage this Saturday (August 16th) to host a fundraiser to underwrite the purchase of a new $300,000 sound system. The event will feature the 10th anniversary screening of “Mean Girls” followed by a Q&A session with Miss Bossypants her bad self. Go HERE for ticket info.