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Member Tips

Ed Medina
Casual is fine
info Nov 14 2011 star this tip starred
Ed Medina
Small concessions only. Eat dinner before a late show.
info Nov 14 2011 star this tip starred
Ed Medina
Plenty of parking
info Nov 14 2011 star this tip starred
Pam
Minimal concessions and performance ran late, eat first.
info Nov 14 2011 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
They have wine & beer now and you can take it into the theater~
info Nov 22 2011 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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3.7 average rating
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5 events
3 reviews
1 stars
attended Nov 18 2011

This was a local theater company in Davis and the show was excellent! Very professional and well staged. Christine Deamer as Mae did an outstanding job! Had a great time!

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Pam
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1 review
0 stars
attended Nov 11 2011

Quaint theater and not a bad seat in the room.

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More Information

Website

http://www.dmtc.org

Description

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.