Why See Hair?
The groundbreaking rock musical!
The original counterculture musical by Rado, Ragni and McDermott shocked America when it first premiered in 1967, and now it comes to San Francisco's Chinatown in August. egendary musical score by composer Galt McDermot. Featuring the songs I Got Life, Aquarius and The Flesh Failures (Let the Sunshine In) Hair became one of the first ever 'rock musicals', paving the way for the likes of Rent and Rock of Ages. Billed as an American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, Hair is set in a hippie commune in 1960's New York. Exploring the deep themes and messages of the hippie movement, the plot revolves around a 'tribe' of free-thinkers and free-lovers as they fight being conscripted to fight in Vietnam.
Now, the 'Age of Aquarius' dawns again in this jubilant new production. Overflowing with the spirit of progress and hope for a better world. Embrace CHANGE... spread LOVE… and come experience the resonant magic of Har from its mystical opening to its triumphant finale, when the cast invites the audience to literally join in the celebration!
Opening night: 4 August 2017
Suitable for ages 13+ due to nudity and mature themes, accompanied by an adult
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