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|Bye Bye Birdie
Music: Charles Strouse
|Bye Bye Birdie opened April 14, 1960, and ran for 607 performances in the Martin Beck Theatre. The show was the first big hit for songwriters Charles Strouse and Lee Adams, librettist Michael Stewart, and director Gower Champion. The plot revolves around rock and roll superstar Conrad Birdie and the complications that arise when his agent stages a publicity stunt on The Ed Sullivan Show in which he will kiss one lucky girl from Sweet Apple, Ohio, before being drafted into the army.|
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Children can get tickets during lunch. Give them cash
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Adults can get tickets during these times also.
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Call the Bedford drama line for information on tickets at the door 341-1585.
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