Bye Bye Birdie Broadway

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Henry Miller Theater

124 West 43rd Street


October 15, 2009 (Limited run - January 10, 2009)

Broadway Musical

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Popular television actor John Stamos comes to the Henry Miller’s Theatre for a limited run in the 1960’s classic musical Bye Bye Birdie. The show is scheduled to start previews on September 10, 2009 with an official start date of October 15, 2009. The production is being presented by the Roundhouse Theatre Company and is listed to light up the stage for a four month run. The show’s debut will mark the inauguration of the newly renovated theater.

This entertaining production was based loosely on the real life draft of Elvis Presley. It’s set in 1960 and tells the story of the popular, up and coming rock star Conrad Birdie who has been drafted into the army. To gain as much publicity as possible from the star’s unfortunate new status, the draft occurred at the height of his career; his manager and his secretary come up with a stunt to send him off with a bang. He’s scheduled to perform a new song and give one lucky teenage fan a kiss on the Ed Sullivan Show.

The show features music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams and a book by Michael Stewart. In the role of Albert is well known television actor John Stamos. He is probably best known for his eight season stint on the popular nineties sitcom Full House where he played Uncle Jesse. He has also starred in ER, Jake in Progress and Thieves. His Broadway credits include noted roles in Nine, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Cabaret. He has also had success in television films including The Two Mr. Kissels, Wedding Wars and A Raisin in the Sun. The production also stars Gina Gershon and Nolan Gerard.

Bye Bye Birdie originally opened at the Martin Beck Theatre in April 1960 and went on to win the Tony Award for Best Musical. It played 607 performances before closing in October of 1961. A film adaptation was released in 1963 and starred original Broadway cast member Dick Van Dyke in the role of Albert along with Janet Leigh, Ann-Margaret, Paul Lynde and Maureen Stapleton. The film was nominated for two Academy Awards that year. The production has enjoyed several revivals, a West End run and is often a popular choice for high school and college productions.

The musical brings with it a rich and colorful Broadway history. When one thinks of a classic, Broadway musical Bye, Bye Birdie is often at the top of the list. This is a fun and energetic play that features a talented cast and a memorable score. If you get the chance check this one out, but don’t wait too long as it is on a limited run and is scheduled to close on January 10, 2010.

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Show Times

Wed Sat Sun 2pm

Tue through Sat 8PM


Take the A/C/E trains to 42nd Street or the 1/2/3 trains to 42nd St Times Square and then walk north to 43rd Street.


John Stamos - Albert Peterson
Gina Gershon - Rose Alvarez
Bill Irwin - Mr. Harry MacAfee
Jayne Houdyshell - Mrs. Mae Peterson
Dee Hoty - Mrs MacAfee
Nolan Gerard Funk - Conrad Birdie
Matt Doyle - Hugo Peabody
Jake Evan Schwencke - Randoplh MacAfee
Allie Trimm - Kim MacAfee
Catherine Blades - Deobrah Sue Miller


Direction and Choreography - Robert Longbottom
Set Design - Andrew Jackness
Costume Design - Gregg Barnes
Lighting Design - Ken Billington
Sound Design - Acme Sound
Music Supervision - David Chase
Lyrics - Lee Adams
Music - Charles Strouse
Book - Michael Stewart

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