Bye Bye Birdie says hello until Saturday
June 27, 2012 by Sarah
Bye Bye Birdie began playing yesterday at the Civic Center Music Hall, located at 201 North Walker Avenue in Oklahoma City. This performance will begin every evening until Saturday, June 30, at 7:00 pm.
In the play, it would seem that dear Conrad Birdie has only “One Last Kiss” for his biggest teen fan in Sweet Apple, Ohio, before being drafted and swept away into the Army. Starting off at the Ed Sullivan Show as a hip-thrusting rock-and-roll star visits the small town, this charming story will swept the audience up in the excitement.
The Civic Center Music Hall is the city’s venue for performing arts and the most westerly anchor of the downtown core’s art district. Inside this gorgeous historic building there are three performance theatres, a large reception hall in grand style, and a number of smaller rental venues. Annually, this hall services more than 300,000 patrons and has more than 250 performances. Tickets to any event can be purchased up to two hours before a performance, provided it is not sold out.
This center, in co-operation with the City of Midwest City, also manages the productions and rentals for the Rose State College Performing Arts Theatre, which is located on their campus.
Tickets for the performance range from $33 to $74 per person, depending on seating selection. Brochure printing and poster printing may have been used by the Civic Center to promote this event. For more information, please visit the Civic Center Music Hall’s website or call the box office at 800-364-7111.