February 22 & 23, 2020
Albert Peterson - Nick Quaney*
Rose Alvarez - Trinity Abril*
Conrad Birdie - Stephen Moore*
Kim MacAfee - Ella Widen
Mr. MacAfee - Isaac Mead
Mrs. MacAfee - Lauren Harmon*
Randolph MacAfee - Daniel Moore
Hugo Peabody - Tyler Tiede*
Ursula Merkel - Katie Towle*
Mrs. Mae Peterson - Karina Short*
Harvey Johnson - Tim Choi
Alice - Rosie Anguiano
Helen - Abby Ferrell
Nancy - Ainslee Oliver*
Margie - Megan Oyerly
Penelope - Alyssa Cortez
Deborah Sue - Bella Eisenbarth
Suzie - Ann Stegman*
Mr. Johnson - Marcel Pryor
Mrs. Merkel - Olivia Schmitz*
Gloria Rasputin - Bailey Bicknell
One Girl - Mirella Marcelo
Sad Girl - Emma Teply*
Sad Girl 2 - Christa Nioce*
Mayor - Alex Faught*
Mayor's Wife - Adriana Baker
Teens, Parents, Townspeople, etc.
Michael Adkins, Adriana Baker, Bailey Bicknell,
Tim Choi, Luise Doerfler, Sophia Eckstein,
Alex Faught*, Mirella Marcelo, Christa Nioce*,
Isabella Perron, Marcel Pryor, Lizeth Ruiz,
Olivia Schmitz*, Ava Teply, Emma Teply
* indicates member of Thespian Troupe 7275
Mr. Mark Radziejeski - Director/Designer
Mrs. Maureen Brogren - Music Director
Ann Stegman* - Choreographer
About "Bye Bye Birdie"
Bye Bye Birdie is a stage musical with a book by Michael Stewart, lyrics by Lee Adams and music by Charles Strouse.
Originally titled Let's Go Steady, Bye Bye Birdie is set in 1958. The story was inspired by the phenomenon of popular singer Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army in 1957. The rock star character's name, "Conrad Birdie", is word play on the name of Conway Twitty. Twitty is best remembered today for his long career as a country music star, but in the late 1950s, he was one of Presley's rock 'n' roll rivals.
The original 1960–1961 Broadway production was a Tony Award–winning success. It spawned a London production and several major revivals, a sequel, a 1963 film, and a 1995 television production. The show also became a popular choice for high school and college productions.