Book by Michael Stewart
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Lee Adams
Directed by Isaiah Crowson

In this Tony-Award-winning favorite, superstar Conrad Birdie arrives in Sweet Apple, Ohio to give a lucky girl "one last kiss" before his induction into the Army. Set in a bygone world of soda fountains, screaming fans and Ed Sullivan, the nostalgic Bye Bye Birdie overflows with comedy, romance, and songs like "Put on a Happy Face," "A Lot of Livin' To Do" and "The Telephone Hour."


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Emily will be appearing as Kim in Bye Bye Birdie

at SecondStory Repertory from March 2nd - 25th.

Book by Cheryl L. West

Music by Ethan Pakchar & Douglas Lyons

Lyrics by Douglas Lyons

Directed by Bill Berry

Dramaturgy by Christine Sumption


‘64 is fiction, inspired by historical events when Stanford fraternity Sigma Chi inducted African American and Jewish pledges and was promptly suspended by the national governing body. In the vein of “Ragtime”, ’64 reflects on a time when the United States was undergoing a tectonic cultural shift. Race, class, and civil rights were pushing forward in the national consciousness and white Americans were beginning to realize the American dream was not available to everyone.


Emily will be appearing in the 3rd Annual NextFest at The 5th Avenue Theatre in a reading workshop of '64 in February.