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As relevant today as it was in 1968, Hair captures the hippie counterculture’s outrage with war, environmental destruction, sexual repression and discrimination against race and gender. Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts presents the musical that shattered convention and helped mobilize the nation through peace, love and music.
Led by Dallas Theater Center’s artistic director Kevin Moriarty, the creative team of musical director Lindy Davis and choreographer LaQuet Sharnell Pringle invite you to groove to the anthems of the '60s - “Aquarius,” “Easy to Be Hard,” “Where Do I Go?” and “Good Morning, Starshine.” With book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot, the cast incites the audience to join in the happening.
You can experience the performance in a unique way by selecting on stage seating. The stage section is general admission, first come-first served upon arrival. Seating will be on pallets and other found materials.