Hair follows a group of young adults in New York City who are searching for personal and political freedom during the Vietnam War era. Amid the backdrop of anti-war protests and the sexual revolution, the characters explore themes of love, peace, and individuality. Hair is a celebration of the 60s counterculture, as well as a poignant examination of the social and political issues of the time.
Parental Warning: Adult Themes/Content
Musical Type: Post-Golden Age (1967)
Cast Size: 20+
Music: Galt MacDermot
Lyrics/Book: Gerome Ragni, James Rado
Audition Songs: Theatre Trip
Licensing: Concord Theatricals➝
Sheet Music: Amazon➝
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