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Bye Bye Birdie

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Closed January 23, 2010

Rock 'n' Roll Just Right for the Milk and Cookies Set

Ben Brantley New York Times

Why See Bye Bye Birdie?

The newly renovated Henry Miller's Theatre returns with a blast from the past - the late '50s, dominated by the Elvis-inspired Conrad Birdie, who's been drafted into the Army.

The MacAfee family (and all of Sweet Apple, Ohio) goes topsy-turvey when teen idol Conrad Birdie comes to town to serenade one lucky fan before he enters the Army. The bouncy score includes "Put on a Happy Face," "The Telephone Hour" ("What's the story, morning glory? Did you hear they got pinned?"), "Kids" and "A Lot of Livin' to Do.

Featuring a score with more pop than a pack of bubble gum, including “A Lot of Livin' to Do,” “Kids,” and “Put on a Happy Face,” it's impossible to resist the charms of this Tony Award®-winning musical!

Dates
Previews from: 10th September 2009
Opens: 15th Ocober 2009
Closes: 24th January 2010

Audience: No show advisory

Run Time: Two hours and 30 minutes, which includes one 15-minute intermission.

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* 7 pm curtain December 1-11
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Opening night: 19 October 2009

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