An eloquent requiem not only for the idealism of one generation but also for the evanescence of youth itself. Revelatory and exuberant, this American tribal-love rock musical provides a vivid, affectionate look at the flower children of the ’60s.
You’ll revisit the music and culture of that era, as you watch this group of hippies try to make sense of their lives amid the turmoil of the anti-Vietnam War movement.
The first great rock musical, it has some of the most rousing and soulful songs ever written for the stage– “Let the Sunshine In,” “Good Morning Starshine,” “Aquarius,” and the infectious title song “Hair”–that went on to become emblematic of the counter-culture.
A celebration of life, a love letter to freedom, and a passionate cry for hope and change, Hair defined one generation and continues to inspire today.
**Some material not suitable for people under 16 years of age.
DISCLAIMER: Audience discretion is strongly advised. HAIR contains adult language and situations that may be deemed offensive, objectionable, profane, upsetting, vulgar, or even shocking by some members of our audience. The musical HAIR, from its inception in the late 1960’s, has always intended to shatter boundaries in the theatrical art form and those aspects of this work of art have not abated over time. There is one brief scene involving nudity wherein all performers onstage are adults aged 18 or older.
NO PHOTOGRAPHY OR RECORDING ALLOWED WHATSOEVER: There is no recording, photography or image-capturing allowed whatsoever during the performance of HAIR. This is strictly prohibited, and anyone found to be doing so will have their device confiscated. Confiscated devices will be returned to their owners and the end of the performance after any photos or video related to the performance have been deleted.