The new musical of “Mean Girls” is coming to the National Theatre next season, announced by program inserts being distributed to audiences at the National’s current attraction, “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Who Stole Christmas – The Musical!”

National officials are not commenting on the season and dates are still rough, but according to flyers shared by the press office the slate looks like this:

“Mean Girls” in October, billed as a pre-Broadway stand directed by Casey Nicholaw (“Something Rotten”). This would be the first tryout for a new musical at the National since Idina Menzel headlined “If/Then” in 2013.

“The Piano Guys” briefly in December, a novelty attraction featuring classically trained musicians who create popular YouTube videos

Les Miserables” in next year’s holiday slot.

Something Rotten,” the musical comedy about Shakespeare and the world’s first musical comedy, in February 2018.

Waitress,” the musical based on the 2007 film and with songs by Sara Bareilles, in May 2018.

Also on the flyer: “Hamilton,” playing at the Kennedy Center in 2018. The National and Kennedy Center are pooling their subscribers for that coveted attraction.