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28 Star Starred
Fullerton College Campus Theatre
321 E. Chapman Avenue Fullerton, CA 92832
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 16 members
Review from unclebyron
Red Velvet 163 events 161 reviews

Literally two scores of talented young people were in this show. It was a first rate production although no doubt for cost reasons the music was on tape. The lead performers were especially outstanding. I had never been to this theatre before and...continued

reviewed Jul 26 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Bao-Quoc Phan
Red Velvet 23 events 3 reviews

Strong performances as both a cast and ensemble, but slightly underwhelming. I was expecting more, to be perfectly honest, knowing what the company, talent, and theatre were capable of. No "WOW" factor until the "Ed Sullivan" number, after which...continued

reviewed Jul 31 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Amy
51 events 37 reviews

MTOC does it again - What a fabulous production! If you are a fan of the movie or past shows, this will not disappoint; it will exceed your expectations. The acting, choreography, singing, lighting and sets were Superb - Kudos to all. Lori: you...continued

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Bye Bye Birdie, originally produced in 1960, was the first Broadway hit to embrace the fire-breathing dragon known as rock ‘n’ roll, with a title character inspired directly by Elvis Presley and his dangerous hips. But the story is gentle and light-hearted, and Charles Strouse and Lee Adams’ songs are still as appealing as ever. The show includes so many catchy songs and riotous moments that audiences will be tapping their feet and rolling in the aisles.

Young rock idol Conrad Birdie is drafted into the army. Before his much anticipated induction, he pays a visit to a small town to give a typical teen age girl an all-American “good-bye kiss.” His promoter thinks about all the money that can be made if he can get this special event booked on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” The entire town of Sweet Apple, Ohio goes into a swoon and is captivated by the arrival of “Birdie.” Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical 1961, Bye Bye Birdie is truly a sparkling spoof of everyday life done with a great fondness for the birth of the rock ‘n’ roll era.

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