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Overview


Synopsis

Hair tells the story of Vietnam-era youths awkwardly but exuberantly creating their own rite of passage through the confusion around them. Among them are Claude and Berger; a pair of friends battling against Claude's draft notice, and Sheila, who is in love with both of them, but her politically-active lifestyle leaves her little time to act on her feelings. Ultimately, Claude decides that the hippie life isn't for him and goes to Vietnam. With themes of alienation and civil disobedience Hair illustrates the '60s generation's search for meaning through various "be-ins," "love-ins" and protests.


Characters

Male

Lead

Tenor

Male

Lead

Tenor

Female

Lead



Show Information

Category
Musical
Number of Acts:
2 Acts
First Produced:
1967
Settings
Simple/No Set
Time & Place
east village, 1967
Cast Size
medium
Orchestra Size
Rock Combo
Dancing
Musical Staging
Ideal For
college, professional groups, high school, political groups, social movement, large ensembles
Casting Notes:

Includes late teen, young adult, early teen, adult characters

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