The musical is directed by Lita Sandy who is also in charge of choreography for the show. Musical and vocal director is Patty Scott, who is also the pianist for the production. Also working in the pit are Lynne Tweedie on keyboards, Michael McClaine on percussion, Drew Brattain on bass guitar, and Vivian Whitaker on saxophone/clarinet.
"Bye Bye Birdie" stars PCPH veterans Brad Sandy and Meghan Armitage in the roles created on the Broadway stage by Dick Van Dyke and Chita Rivera. As Albert and Rosie, the duo are in charge of giving Conrad Birdie (TJ Tincher) a big send off on the then popular Ed Sullivan variety television show. Their big idea is have the singer kiss one lucky fan just before he is shipped off. They are also hoping to get married, but not if Albert's mother (Kim Brattain) has her way.
Kim McAfee (Rebecca Whitcomb) is chosen as that fan. The uproar created in her home includes her parents (Krista Harrison and Scott Armitage), her younger brother Randolph (Thomas Whitcomb), and her steady boyfriend Hugo (Elijah Brattain).
Chris Wurster and Andrea Sweet are featured as the Mayor of Sweet Apple and his wife. Performers playing other roles include Jessica Walter, Alex Asbell, Lori Briones, Dustin Bond, and Joe Lippard.
The teen chorus features Shayanne Parker, Kendra Green, Emily Gill, Mary Pearl Ivy, Courtney Sweet, Taylor Gannaway, Chelsa Leech, Ethan Gill, Cy Spencer, Alex Briones, Brian Hubbard, Hannah Brattain, Olivia Humphries, Lilly Spencer, Kayla Clodfelter, Tiana Shewsberry, Brookelyn Edgar, Sydney Cassida, Elise Merrell and Carly Rhine.
Adults and children in the ensemble include Vanessa Short, Julie Cox, Vanessa Short, Amelia Beck, Lori Baker, Debra Beck, LeeAnn Woodall, Dylan Harrison, Evan Baker, Aidan Baker, Sarah Baker, Madi Woodall and Ivy Whipple.
Matt McClaine is assisting on sound. Stage manager is Jessica Masner. Tim Peyton and Noah Cox are working on the stage crew. Brenda McClaine is running the light board.
Costumes are by Pat Armitage and Sarah Bond with assistance from Sophia Spencer. Special scenic designs were created by Linda Gjesvold and Sarah McClaine.
The Tony-award winning show was first produced on Broadway in 1960. It was directed by Gower Champion. Music for Bye Bye Birdie is by Charles Strouse with lyrics by Lee Adams and a book by Michael Stewart.