You’ll be joining the fan club of this Elvis-inspired 60’s rock and roll musical comedy!


A loving tribute to 1960’s small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll, BYE BYE BIRDIE remains as fresh and vibrant as ever. Teen musical heartthrob Conrad Birdie (think Elvis!!) has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Featuring a tuneful high-energy score, and a hilarious script, BIRDIE continues to bring more thrills than blueberry hill to audiences around the world. Directed by Howard & Kathryn Little. Music Direction by Kathryn Laycock Little. Choreography by Brodee Ripple.

ASL NIGHT! The show will be interpreted in American Sign Language on Thursday, August 16. If you need this service, email [email protected] to make advance ticket and seating arrangements.





In most cases, events will not be declared a “rainout” before showtime. A rainy day can turn into a beautiful evening and most shows continue regardless of cold, wind or rain. Come prepared for the weather, or plan to attend on another evening! If the show is declared an official rainout by SCERA management prior to intermission, rainchecks will be given for one of the remaining nights.

Check out our fun publicity photos! Click on any thumbnail below to see the full photo. Thanks to Lakeside Storage & Museum in Provo for the great location. Costume Design by Deborah Bowman. All photos by Rachael Gibson Photography. Featuring Ian Webb as Conrad Birdie, Rebecca Boberg as Kim, and Jack Brannelly as Hugo.

asl-iconThe show will be interpreted in American Sign Language on Tuesday, June 20.  Those needing this service should purchase general admission tickets and then email [email protected] with the number of people in your party.  We will set up a small section of reserved chairs near the stage on the south side of the hill.


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