The sensational, groundbreaking rock musical bursts with the jubilant spirit, raging rebellion and psychedelic color of the 1960s.
A tribe of long-haired bohemian hippies on the cusp of adulthood champion freedom, pacifism, and joy, but confront a world thrown into chaos when one of their own receives a draft notice for the Vietnam War.
With chart-topping hits such as “Aquarius,” “Let the Sunshine In,” and “Good Morning, Starshine,” HAIR’s vibrant, groovy celebration of peace, love and life changed Broadway forever and still resonates today.
“I dare anyone with a pulse to see HAIR and not want to get up and dance, sing, clap hands, or kiss your neighbor. The hypnotic energy on stage and in the aisles is impossible to resist.”
Running time is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one 15-minute intermission.
This show is recommended for ages 17 and up, it has nudity, sexual content, depictions of drug use, adult language, racial slurs and will use strobe lights and theatrical haze. Click here for more detailed content warnings.
ASL Interpreted Performance on May 18: Click here to see a seat map highlighting recommended seats
DOTTIE BENNETT & RICHARD MORTON
CHRISTOPHER MCMACKIN & DAVID SVATOS
Show art does not necessarily reflect production casting.
Photo by Francisco Martins. Model: Paulo Pascoal
Book and Lyrics by
Gerome Ragni and James Rado
Music Directed by
Mark G. Meadows
HAIR exploded onto the Broadway scene in 1968 to create a new genre – the rock musical. Relive the 1960s and go behind the scenes in this five-part series to experience the music, style and the counterculture that continues to inspire fifty years later. Meet director Matthew Gardiner and the creative team, see the designs, and watch the show come to life in an exciting in-depth exploration of the musical that defined a generation.