Bye, Bye, Birdie praised
Once again, New Albany High School has put on an outstanding production!
Bye, Bye, Birdie was really a first class production from A to Z. The students all did an excellent job of singing, acting, and dancing the night away. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers would have been proud to see you all dance and sing
Kudos to the directors, stage hands, pit singers and orchestra for a job well done. Every year I think that it can’t get any better, but it does. Congrats….
The only thing that could have made Bye, Bye, Birdie any better would have been if “Birdie” would have been a little more “self-confident.”
I salute you one and all for a job well done.
About Chris Elkins
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