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Bye Bye Birdie archiveWhen America's hottest rock sensation, Conrad Birdie, is inducted into the U.S. Army, his manager, Albert Peterson, panics. But Albert's secretary, Rose Alvarez, concocts one final publicity stunt -- Birdie will bid a typical American teenage girl good-bye with one last kiss on the Ed Sullivan Show. Kim MacAfee of Sweet Apple, Ohio wins the honor, but her boyfriend and parents aren't too keen on the idea, especially when Birdie moves in turning everyone's life upside down!


Ryan Forde Iosco (Albert Peterson), Liberty Buckland (Rose Alvarez), Zac Hamilton (Conrad Birdie), Jayne Ashley (Mae Patterson / Ursula Merkle), Benedikt De La Bedoyere (Hugo Peabody), Lucas James (Harvey Johnson), Lewis Asquith (Charles F. Maude), Abigail Matthews (Kim MacAfee), Beth Bradley (Nancy), Emily Noke (Alice / Gloria Rasputin), Harry Hart (Harry MacAfee), Stephanie Lyse (Doris MacAfee), Stephen Loriot (Randolph MacAfee), Flora Charlton (Margie), Stephanie Palmer (Penelope Ann)


Book by: Michael Stewart
Lyrics: Lee Adams
Music: Charles Strouse
Producer(s): All Star Productions, Andrew Yon
Director(s): James Hume, Luke Jasztal (assistant)
Choreographer: Anthony Whitman
Musical Director: Aaron Clingham
Costume: Ryan Walklett
Lighting: Sky Bembury
Design: Andrew Yon

Bye Bye Birdie

Bye Bye Birdie (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0642714712. Details of all Bye Bye Birdie archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S433920098

Archive Listings

11 Aug 15
4 Sep 15
Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub
Outer London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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