Conrad Birdie is going into the Army, but he's giving "One Last Kiss" to one of his teenage fans on the Ed Sullivan Show before he goes. Kim MacAfee has just been pinned to Hugo Peabody and is considering her resignation from the Conrad Birdie Fan Club when she receives the news that she was chosen for Birdie's kiss. Meanwhile Rosie Alvarez is desperate to convince Conrad's manager and her longtime boyfriend, Albert Peterson, to give up the family business and go back to college.
This smash-hit tribute to America on the brink of the 1960's, Bye Bye Birdie, features favorite songs such as "Put On a Happy Face," "Lotta Livin'," "How Lovely to Be a Woman" and "Telephone Hour."
*Tony Award winner for Best Musical (1962)
Open Fields' production will feature a Kids Cast (Jan 14 & Jan 21 matinee) with only Kids in the cast while the other performances (Jan 15, 20 and 21 evening) will feature Adults and Kids including Open Fields alumni, parents and friends.