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Set in an East Village park in 1967, Hair is the musical story of hippies celebrating peace and love underneath the shadow of the Vietnam War. With a score full of ageless rock numbers, the musical portrays the birth of a cultural movement as presented by a tribe of hippies who reside in New York City as the war plays out in Vietnam.

The two central figures of Hair are Berger, the charismatic leader of the “tribe”, and Claude, a sweet and likeable kid from Queens who is about to be drafted. Other key characters include Berger’s war protesting girlfriend Sheila, Crissy the lovable flower child, Mick Jagger fanatic Woof, and Claude’s stuffy parents, with the true star of the show very likely to be the rocking score full of such classics as Let the Sun Shine In, Aquarius, Hair, and Good Morning Starshine.

While the revival of Hair debuted in Central Park, the Broadway version maintains the loose joyfulness which has always made this musical a must-see event. Theatre-goers should come prepared to partake in some all-in-fun interaction if seated in the front row or an end seat, because the youthful cast of 26 manages to be everywhere during the show - climbing ladders into the boxes, cavorting in the aisles, and singing and dancing the entire time. Whether you were around for the original productions of Hair, or even a generation sometime thereafter, get ready to feel groovy as you travel back in time to the controversial ‘60s.

Although Hair’s upbeat rock score may make the show appear as a fun musical for the kids, this is not really a family show. With full-frontal nudity closing the first act, and dialogue and songs which include lighthearted, yet profane, references to assorted drug use and sex acts, it would probably be a good choice to get a sitter for the kids while the adults take the trip back to 1967 on their own.

Following the show’s off-Broadway debut at Joseph Papp's Public Theater in October 1967, and a subsequent run at a midtown discothèque space, Hair then opened on Broadway in April 1968, where it remained for 1,750 performances. Other productions followed shortly thereafter, running simultaneously in cities across the United States and Europe, including a successful London production which ran for nearly 2,000 shows! Since then, numerous productions have been staged all across the world, resulting in dozens of recordings - some of which have become Top 10 hits, and even the release of a feature film adaptation in 1979. The Broadway revival of Hair opened on March 31, 2009, earning strong reviews and winning the Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Revival of a Musical.

Some have said that Hair seems to be even more daring today than ever before, so with the award-winning Broadway revival playing at the Al Hirschfield Theatre in New York, why not get your tickets now and make your way back to 1967 to see what the movement is all about?

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Hair May 1, 2014
Thu 7:30PM
Paramount Theatre - Rutland
Rutland, VT
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Hair May 2, 2014
Fri 8:00PM
Palace Theater - CT
Waterbury, CT
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Hair May 3, 2014
Sat 2:00PM
Palace Theater - CT
Waterbury, CT
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Hair May 3, 2014
Sat 8:00PM
Mount Baker Theatre
Bellingham, WA
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Hair May 3, 2014
Sat 8:00PM
Palace Theater - CT
Waterbury, CT
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Hair May 4, 2014
Sun 1:00PM
Palace Theater - CT
Waterbury, CT
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Hair May 6, 2014
Tue 7:30PM
The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
Worcester, MA
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Hair May 7, 2014
Wed 7:30PM
The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
Worcester, MA
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Hair Aug 1, 2014
Fri 8:00PM
Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA
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Hair Aug 2, 2014
Sat 8:00PM
Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA
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Hair Aug 3, 2014
Sun 7:30PM
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Set in an East Village park in 1967, Hair is the musical story of hippies celebrating peace and love underneath the shadow of the Vietnam War. With a score full of ageless rock numbers, the musical portrays the birth of a cultural movement as presented by a tribe of hippies who reside in New York City as the war plays out in Vietnam.

The two central figures of Hair are Berger, the charismatic leader of the “tribe”, and Claude, a sweet and likeable kid from Queens who is about to be drafted. Other key characters include Berger’s war protesting girlfriend Sheila, Crissy the lovable flower child, Mick Jagger fanatic Woof, and Claude’s stuffy parents, with the true star of the show very likely to be the rocking score full of such classics as Let the Sun Shine In, Aquarius, Hair, and Good Morning Starshine.

While the revival of Hair debuted in Central Park, the Broadway version maintains the loose joyfulness which has always made this musical a must-see event. Theatre-goers should come prepared to partake in some all-in-fun interaction if seated in the front row or an end seat, because the youthful cast of 26 manages to be everywhere during the show – climbing ladders into the boxes, cavorting in the aisles, and singing and dancing the entire time. Whether you were around for the original productions of Hair, or even a generation sometime thereafter, get ready to feel groovy as you travel back in time to the controversial ‘60s.

Although Hair’s upbeat rock score may make the show appear as a fun musical for the kids, this is not really a family show. With full-frontal nudity closing the first act, and dialogue and songs which include lighthearted, yet profane, references to assorted drug use and sex acts, it would probably be a good choice to get a sitter for the kids while the adults take the trip back to 1967 on their own.

Following the show’s off-Broadway debut at Joseph Papp's Public Theater in October 1967, and a subsequent run at a midtown discothèque space, Hair then opened on Broadway in April 1968, where it remained for 1,750 performances. Other productions followed shortly thereafter, running simultaneously in cities across the United States and Europe, including a successful London production which ran for nearly 2,000 shows! Since then, numerous productions have been staged all across the world, resulting in dozens of recordings – some of which have become Top 10 hits, and even the release of a feature film adaptation in 1979. The Broadway revival of Hair opened on March 31, 2009, earning strong reviews and winning the Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Revival of a Musical.

Some have said that Hair seems to be even more daring today than ever before, so with the award-winning Broadway revival playing at the Al Hirschfield Theatre in New York, why not get your tickets now and make your way back to 1967 to see what the movement is all about?

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