Bye Bye Birdie at the Florence Gould Hall
Inside Broadway presents the musical comedy Bye Bye Birdie, book by Michael Stewart, music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams, at the Florence Gould Hall on the 26 Mar, 1 Apr and the 2 Apr 2006.
Bye Bye Birdie: The story begins when rock-n-roll super star and teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie prepares to join the service. Before he goes off to fight for his country, his agent stages the publicity stunt of the year, one lucky fan will win a good-bye kiss from Birdie on the nationally televised Ed Sullivan show. The lucky winner is all American-girl Kim McAfee, whose sudden fame creates chaos in her small town and in her life.
Bye Bye Birdie is directed and choreographed by Cheryl Swift.
This 50-minute version of Bye Bye Birdie has been specially designed for a younger audience. Songs included in this classic musical are: The Telephone Hour, One Boy, One Last Kiss, A Lot of Livinï¿½ To Do, Put On A Happy Face and Kids.
One hour before each performance, everyone who attends will be treated to free face-painting by a professional make-up artist. There will also be a meet and greet with the cast after every show.
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