In the 60s it was a time of a great divide between two factions, the freaks and the straights. It was a time of growth and discovery as individuals, communities and a nation and overall was the music that turned on an entire generation. From this tumultuous time period came one of the greatest and most profound musicals of all times, “Hair”. This is a story taken directly from the era and the youth who lived through it searching for truth, love, peace and an end to a hated war. This show struck a chord with all audiences no matter what side they were one at the time. “Hair” was one of the first major productions to feature a multi-cultural cast that dealt with topics that up to that time had not been portrayed on stage.
“Hair” also featured chart topping hits from the era including: “Aquarius,” “Let the Sun Shine In,” "Good Morning, Starshine" and “Easy To Be Hard”. Even in these days of technical marvels, this message from another era still rings true today probably even more than you realize. Experience “Hair”!
Warning: This show contains brief nudity.
Directed by Patrick Ciamacco
Music Direction by Brad Wyner
Assistant Music Direction by Lawrence Wallace
Stage Managed by CJ Pierce
Choreography by Jessie Cope Miller
Costume Design by Luke Scattergood
Lighting Design by Cory Molner
Projection Design by Perren Hedderson
Set Design by Patrick Ciamacco
Sound Operated by Alex DiMichelle
Wesley Allen (Tribe) is super-duper-excited to be a part of the cast of Hair! This is Nicky Belardo (George Berger) Andrea Belser (Tribe), Tonya Broach (Dionne), Roderick Cardwell II (Tribe), Jessie Cope Miller * (Sheila and Choreographer), Scott Esposito (Claude), Becca Frick (Jeanie), Neely Gevaart (Crissy), Trey Gilpin (Woof), Venchise Glenn (Tribe), Shannon Hubman (Tribe), Joanna May Hunkins (Tribe), Jillian Mesaros (Tribe),Kate Leigh Michalski (Tribe),DeVon Settles Jr. (Hud), David Turner (Tribe) and Joe Virgo (Tribe)
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