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Rock and Roll superstar Conrad Birdie is in a bid to break records with his latest album. His agent is promoting the album and has ended up in a severe debt. He now wants to recover the money and pull himself out of the debt. The only way to achieve this is through the success of his latest album - Bye Bye Birdie. This storyline is quite catchy and gets more thrilling as it progresses. The star’s agent is determined not to leave any stone unturned, since he needs the money. In the quest to promote the rock star’s album, he plans to stage a publicity stunt. The rock star has to kiss a girl from the audience and dedicate the song “One Last Kiss” to this girl. This plan aims to attract simple publicity but goes awry. The girl in question has a boyfriend who messes up the live show. What follows is for you to find out when you watch this show.
This musical has won several awards and has been nominated under various categories for Tony Awards. The first production of Bye Bye Birdie was in 1960 followed by a film based on this Broadway show in 1963. Later again in 1995, the show was produced as a television serial. It has also seen several revivals and sequels. This Broadway show is based on the book written by Michael Stewart. Lee Adams has penned the lyrics and Charles Strouse has composed the music. Awards And Nominations
The show has won several awards and nominations. Here is the list of awards and nominations received for Bye Bye Birdie.
Tony Award for Best Musical Act I
Tony Award for Best Choreography
Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical
Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a musical
Nomination for Best Featured Actress in a musical
Nomination for Best Scenic Design for a musical
Nomination for Best Conductor and Musical Director
Act I of this show has several songs
Overture Act II
An English Teacher
The Telephone Hour
How Lovely To Be a Woman
We Love You, Conrad!
Put On A Happy Face
A Healthy, Normal, American Boy
One Boy (Reprise)
Hymn For a Sunday Evening
One Last Kiss
Bye Bye Birdie has wonderful music tracks in Act II as well
What Did I Ever See In Him?
A Lot Of Livin' To Do
Baby, Talk To Me
Shriner's Ballet (dance only)
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