Bye Bye Birdie: Classic Tony-Winning Rock Musical Comes to Davis
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The last date listed for Bye Bye Birdie was Saturday November 26, 2011 / 8:15pm.
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A jolly green giant sings a lot more than "Ho Ho Ho" in Shrek the Musical, the sensational stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning DreamWorks movie. With 'guest stars' from nearly every children's classic on the shelf -- including the likes of Pinocchio, Gingerbread Man and the Three Little Pigs -- Shrek is a zesty comedy caper that celebrates and lampoons the Land of Make Believe. Join Shrek, a green swamp-dwelling ogre, on his life-changing adventure to reclaim the deed to his land. Accompanied by a wise-cracking donkey, this unlikely hero fights a fearsome dragon, rescues a feisty princess and learns that real friendship and true love aren't just for fairy tales. Davis Musical Theatre Company opens its 30th season with this Tony-nominated tale by directed by Steve Isaacson. Learn More
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Directed and choreographed by Jan Isaacson, with musical direction by Chris Congdon, Bye Bye Birdie is a ripped-from-the-headlines satire from the 1950s. When an over-the-top rocker is drafted, his publicity agents concoct a way to capitalize on the loss of their biggest star, by creating a press frenzy around a sheltered Midwest teen that will receive the idol’s last kiss before serving his country. The show is filled with unforgettable tunes from Charles Strouse and Lee Adams, such as “Put On a Happy Face,” One Boy" and “A Lot Of Living To Do.”
About the Ticket Supplier: Davis Musical Theatre Company
DMTC’s Mission is to conserve the Classic American Musical art form. DMTC will endeavor to produce quality, affordable, family-oriented theatrical musicals open to all peoples. DMTC will provide a proving and training ground for amateur theatrical performers, directors, choreographers, musicians and technicians. DMTC will strive to involve a multitude of people and families seeking to make a contribution toward the preservation of the musical theatre art form.