Bye Bye Birdie: Youth Production of Classic Rock & Roll Musical
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The last date listed for Bye Bye Birdie was Saturday August 6, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Now, more than ever, Agustín Anievas stands alone. His few peers having long ago faded into retirement, the virtuoso pianist continues to play brilliantly, his technique as enviable as ever, his passion magically undiminished since the days when Time praised his "rhapsodic, deeply felt musical vision." One of the greatest American pianists alive, the man whom The New York Times called "the lion of the keyboard" comes to Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts to play Schubert, Beethoven and Chopin. Hear live some of the very pieces Anievas recorded for EMI -- albums which are now considered to be among the treasures of American classical music. See the event description for more details about the astonishing program of this sure-to-be memorable concert. Learn More
Winner of the 1961 Tony Award for Best Musical, Bye Bye Birdie takes place in the early days of rock ’n’ roll. The telephone lines in Sweet Apple, Ohio, are burning with the news that rock star and teen idol Conrad Birdie is coming to town for a final concert before his induction into the Army. What’s more, he has chosen one of Sweet Apple’s own to receive his farewell kiss live on national TV. This light-hearted piece of nostalgia features such musical hits as “The Telephone Song,” “I’ve Got a Lot of Living to Do” and “Put on a Happy Face.”
About the Ticket Supplier: Peninsula Youth Theatre
Peninsula Youth Theatre’s unique family atmosphere successfully uses theater performances and classes to develop a strong sense of self-esteem and to nurture social and communication skills that are useful in all walks of life. Peninsula Youth Theatre is committed to providing an enriching theatrical experience in their schools, thereby reinforcing the positive role the arts play in academic success.