It’s 1958 and rock ‘n’ roll teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has just been drafted. As a final publicity stunt, he’s selected Sweet Apple, Ohio’s Kim McAfee to give him a farewell kiss, live on The Ed Sullivan Show. But Kim’s boyfriend not so excited by the prospect. PlayMakers professional theatre artists lead a group of talented high school students—both on stage and off—as they produce this professional-quality show.
TONY AWARD WINNER
“a vintage piece of Americana … a sweet and joyously entertaining story …”
New Orleans Gambit
This tuneful, high-energy show is fun for adults as well as children. We recommend this play for patrons 6 and older.