We know it can sometimes be difficult to navigate food and parking when coming to see a show at PlayMakers, so we’re bringing the food to you! Get the choicest parking spot in the Cobb Deck and meet the food trucks in front of our building on Country Club Rd. before our Summer Youth Conservatory production of BYE BYE BIRDIE
It’s 1958 and rock ‘n’ roll teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has just been drafted. As a final publicity stunt, he’s selected Sweet Apple, Ohio’s Kim McAfee to give him a farewell kiss, live on The Ed Sullivan Show. But Kim’s boyfriend not so excited by the prospect. PlayMakers professional theatre artists lead a group of talented high school students—both on stage and off—as they produce this professional-quality show.
Eat on our beautiful terrace and avoid the lines at Will Call. You can place your food order, then head inside to pick up your tickets as early as 90 minutes before the show begins.