Bye Bye Birdie
7:30p.m. Thurs.-Sat. 2p.m. Sunday
The exuberant rock ’n roll smash hit returns to
Chipola. It’s 1960, and hip swingin’ teen idol
Conrad Birdie has been drafted into the army.
Tickets go on sale Feb. 24 for the Chipola College spring musical “Bye Bye Birdie.”
The openning of a five-day run is March 10. The show plays nightly at 7:30 p.m., with a
Sunday, March 14 matinee at 2 p.m.
Theater director Charles Sirmon recently cast local actors in the following
roles: Evan Barber as Randolph MacAfee, Aven Pitts as Albert Peterson, Kyndall Covington as Rose Alvarez, Ben
Grande as Conrad Birdie, Austin Pettis as Mr. Harry MacAfee, Piper Williams as
Mrs. Doris MacAfee, Sara Lovins as Mrs. Mae Peterson, Madison Wester as Gloria
Rasputin, Christina Lopez as Mrs. Merkle, Charles Sirmon as Mayor, Jill Wallace as Mayor’s Wife, Matthew
VanBuren as Mr. Johnson, Seth Basford as Charles F. Maude, Kayla Todd as Kim
MacAfee, Cameron Hitchcock as Hugo Peabody, Emily Harrison as Ursula
Merkle, Joe Evans as Harvey Johnson, Brenna Kneiss as Sad Girl 1 and Grace
Bailey as Sad Girl 2. Birdie Fans, Shriners, Parents, Policemen, Sweet Apple
Citizens are Madison Wester, D.R. Forrester, Brenna Kneiss, Mark Lent, Jacob
Beasley, Clayton Touchton, Tabitha Shumaker, Sara Jean Hargis, Allie Brockner,
Alex Watson, Stacia Springer, Gracie Wallace and Grace Bailey.
For information, call
Theatre director Charles Sirmon at 850-
718-2227, or email
Admission $7.00; age 18/under $5.00. Chipola Faculty, Staff, and
Students each receive ONE complimentary ticket, which must be signed for
and picked up at the college Business Office. All seats reserved!
The Business Office will take credit card purchases.
Business Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-3:30 PM.