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Hair poster

May 26th - June 10th, 2006
Victor Mitchell Theatre - Pumphouse Theatres

Music by Galt MacDermot, book & lyrics by Gerome Ragni & James Rado
Produced for the Broadway Stage by Michael Buter
Originally Produced by Joseph Papp For the New York Shakespeare Festival

Directed by Joey Sayer, Musical Direction by Caroline Richards and Wilma Rothbauer, Choreography by Krista Vander Neut

The 1960s and flower power live again in this classic musical, celebrating the age of Aquarius. Hair has no storyline to speak of. Unlike most musicals of its period, it was based on a vision -- a sense of a particular time and place -- rather than a plot. Hair presents a series of incidents in the lives of a tribe of hippies, all non-collegiate dropouts devoted to a philosophy of "make love, not war". Characters include: Claude, a draftee who attempts to escape his stuffy, bourgeois background by pretending to be from Manchester, England; Sheila, an anti-war protest leader who sings the touching song about the unkindness of most people, Easy to be Hard; Berger, the group's rebellious leader who has just been expelled from high school; and Hud, an outspoken and dynamic black power activist. In the course of the play, these characters reject the values of their parents and the establishment, lashing out at pollution, war, the draft, racial bigotry, and what they see as mindless patriotism, rigid sexual standards, and middle-class hypocrisy. The tribe finally groups together at the end to lament the Flesh Failures and to Let the Sun Shine In.

Brad Simon and Chris Willott in Hair

Hair is presented through special arrangement with Tams-Witmark Music Library

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