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Bye Bye Birdie   Tour  

Opening Date: May 11, 1991    
Closing Date: May 31, 1992

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, National Tour
Description: A musical comedy in two acts
Setting: New York. Sweet Apple, Ohio.
Comments: The songs "A Giant Step" and "He's Mine" were written for this production.

Production Staff [See More]
Produced by Barry & Fran Weissler and PACE Theatrical Group, Inc.
Book by Michael Stewart; Music by Charles Strouse; Lyrics by Lee Adams; Musical Director: Michael Biagi; New Orchestrations: Peter Matz
Directed by Gene Saks; Choreographed by Edmond Kresley
Scenic Design by Peter Larkin; Costume Design by Robert Mackintosh; Lighting Design by Peggy Eisenhauer; Sound Design by Peter Fitzgerald; Hair Design by Robert DiNiro; Associate Scenic Design: David Potts; Associate Sound Design: Jan Nebozenko
General Manager: Barbara Darwall and Alecia Parker; Company Manager: Jim Brandeberry
Production Supervisor: Craig Jacobs; Technical Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Production Stage Manager: David Wolfe; Stage Manager: Thomas Bartlett
Music Contractor: John Monaco; Assistant Conductor: Robert Hirschhorn; Keyboards: Robert Hirschhorn; Production Drummer: Michael Brothers
Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Booking Agent: Columbia Artist Theatricals, Inc.; Casting: Stuart Howard and Amy Schecter; Press Representative: Judy Jacksina
Ann Reinking
Rose Alvarez
(May 11, 1991 - Aug 04, 1991)
Tommy Tune
Albert Peterson
Belle Calaway
Doris MacAfee
Gloria Rasputin
Marilyn Cooper
Mae Peterson
Susan Egan
Kim MacAfee
Joey Hannon
Randolph MacAfee
Marc Kudisch
Conrad Birdie
Dale O'Brien
Harry MacAfee
Jessica Stone
Ursula Merkle
Steve Zahn
Hugo Peabody
Paul Castree
Harvey Johnson
Martin Coles
TV Stage Manager
Bar Quartet
Vincent D'Elia
Michael Duran
Bar Quartet
J. Lee Flynn
Charles F. Maude
Bar Quartet
Kim Frankenfeld
Simone Gee
Elizabeth Green
Peter Gregus
Vanessa Handrick
Jorinda Junius
Mary Kilpatrick
Mrs. Merkle
Jane Labanz
Brian Loeffler
Brian-Paul Mendoza
Kristine Nevins
Mayor's Wife
Elizabeth O'Neill
Robyn Peterman
Deborah Sue
Tracy Rosten
H. Hylan Scott, II
Tara Sobeck
Wendy Springer
Shaver Tillitt
Bar Quartet
Swings: Dennis Daniels and Jill B. Gounder
Standby: Belle Calaway (Rose Alvarez)
Understudies: Paul Castree (Hugo Peabody), Dennis Daniels (Albert Peterson, Conrad Birdie), Vincent D'Elia (Conrad Birdie), J. Lee Flynn (Harry MacAfee), Elizabeth Green (Trio Girls, Ursula Merkle), Mary Kilpatrick (Doris MacAfee, Gloria Rasputin), Jane Labanz (Kim MacAfee), Brian-Paul Mendoza (Harvey Johnson), Tracy Rosten (Mae Peterson) and Wendy Springer (Randolph MacAfee)
music by Charles Strouse; lyrics by Lee Adams
ACT 1 Sung By
An English Teacher Rose Alvarez and Albert Peterson
The Telephone Hour Sweet Apple Kids
How Lovely to Be a Woman Kim MacAfee
Put on a Happy Face Albert Peterson and Sad Girls
Normal American Boy Rose Alvarez, Albert Peterson and Chorus
One Boy Kim MacAfee, Deborah Sue and Suzie
One Boy (Reprise) Rose Alvarez
Honestly Sincere Conrad Birdie and Townspeople
Hymn for a Sunday Evening Mr. MacAfee, Mrs. MacAfee, Kim MacAfee, Randolph MacAfee and Neighbors
One Last Kiss Conrad Birdie and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
What Did I Ever See in Him? Rose Alvarez and Kim MacAfee
A Lot of Livin' to Do Conrad Birdie, Kim MacAfee and Teenager
Kids Mr. MacAfee and Mrs. MacAfee
Baby, Talk to Me Albert Peterson and Quartet
Shriners Ballet Rose Alvarez and Shriners
A Giant Step Albert Peterson
Kids (Reprise) Mr. MacAfee, Mrs. MacAfee, Randolph MacAfee and Townspeople
He's Mine Rose Alvarez and Mae Peterson
Rosie Albert Peterson and Rose Alvarez
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
May 26, 1992 - May 31, 1992 Sony Centre for the Performing Arts Toronto, ON
May 19, 1992 - May 24, 1992 Queen Elizabeth Theatre Vancouver, BC
May 12, 1992 - May 17, 1992 Segerstrom Center for the Arts Costa Mesa, CA
May 5, 1992 - May 10, 1992 Ellie Caulkins Opera House Denver, CO
Apr 28, 1992 - May 3, 1992 ASU Gammage Tempe, AZ
Apr 21, 1992 - Apr 26, 1992 Symphony Hall (CA) San Diego, CA
Apr 14, 1992 - Apr 19, 1992 Sacramento Community Center Theater Sacramento, CA
Mar 24, 1992 - Apr 11, 1992 Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University Chicago, IL
Mar 10, 1992 - Mar 22, 1992 Shubert Performing Arts Center New Haven, CT
Feb 18, 1992 - Mar 8, 1992 Lyric Opera House Baltimore, MD
Jan 28, 1992 - Feb 9, 1992 Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
Dec 25, 1991 - Jan 26, 1992 Opera House (DC) Washington, DC
Dec 17, 1991 - Dec 22, 1991 Saenger Theatre (LA) New Orleans, LA
Dec 10, 1991 - Dec 15, 1991 Providence Performing Arts Center Providence, RI
Dec 3, 1991 - Dec 8, 1991 Scranton Cultural Center Scranton, PA
Nov 26, 1991 - Dec 1, 1991 Kentucky Center For The Performing Arts Louisville, KY
Nov 19, 1991 - Nov 24, 1991 Taft Theatre Cincinnati, OH
Nov 5, 1991 - Nov 17, 1991 Broward Center For The Performing Arts Fort Lauderdale, FL
Oct 29, 1991 - Nov 3, 1991 Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre Orlando, FL
Oct 22, 1991 - Oct 27, 1991 David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Tampa, FL
Oct 15, 1991 - Oct 20, 1991 Heinz Hall Pittsburgh, PA
Sep 24, 1991 - Oct 13, 1991 Emerson Colonial Theatre Boston, MA
Sep 10, 1991 - Sep 22, 1991 The Playhouse on Rodney Square Wilmington, DE
Sep 3, 1991 - Sep 8, 1991 Connor Palace Cleveland, OH
Aug 20, 1991 - Sep 1, 1991 Ordway Center For The Performing Arts St. Paul, MN
Aug 13, 1991 - Aug 18, 1991 Music Hall (Houston) Houston, TX
Jul 16, 1991 - Aug 11, 1991 Forrest Theatre Philadelphia, PA
Jul 2, 1991 - Jul 14, 1991 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
Jun 4, 1991 - Jun 30, 1991 Golden Gate Theatre San Francisco, CA
May 28, 1991 - Jun 2, 1991 Paramount Theatre Seattle, WA
May 11, 1991 - May 26, 1991 Terrace Theatre at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center Long Beach, CA