Hair on Broadway
A smash hit with theatergoers and critics alike during its summer engagement at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, Hair is now rocking Broadway. Hair's transfer to the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on 45th Street marks the first time in more than 35 years that the groundbreaking hippie musical has been performed on Broadway since it debuted in 1968, when it thrilled audiences and became a sensation, playing over 1800 performances. With a score that includes timeless favorites "Let the Sun Shine In," "Aquarius," and "Good Morning Starshine," Hair recreates the birth of a movement that ignited America and changed it forever.
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Hair is a free-spirited musical that follows a group of hopeful young people who enjoy a peace-loving life in a society that doesn't understand them. With the Vietnam War looming, Hair's freewheeling "tribe" burn draft cards, challenge racist assumptions, explore their sexual identity, and experiment with mind-altering drugs. Meanwhile, one of their own is facing the possibility of having to leave his friends and go off to war.
Diane Paulus (Direction)
James Rado (Book & Lyrics)
Gerome Ragni (Book & Lyrics)
Summary Led by the charismatic Berger, a group of young people live spirited lives of free love and pacifism in the East Village, but they are soon faced with the harsh realities of the Vietnam War.
Age Hair may not be appropriate for young theatergoers under the age of 12. The production contains scenes that briefly depict profanity, nudity and simulated drug use.
Our Recommendation Even the most jaded theatergoer can't help but to enjoy classic songs like "Age of Aquarius," "Good Morning Starshine," "Hair," and "Let the Sunshine In" in this sensitively directed and well-choreographed production of the 1967 classic musical about New York City hippies. Although many of the other songs are less-than-classic, and the humor can be sophomoric at times, the show resonates emotionally. And the Baby Boomers just love it - especially the part where the audience is invited onstage to dance with the cast at the end of the show!