When the musical hair first debuted, it was during the 1960s, and it was a commentary on the current era and the hippie
culture. Now, generations have passed since then, but the musical remains as poignant as ever. It has stood the test of time
and is now a favorite theater show for many
fans, and it is sure to be popular in Atlanta.
Going to see Hair is like traveling back in time
to the 1960s. Hair takes you on the inside of a group of hippies who call themselves a tribe. Their values of free love, peace
and the bohemian lifestyle clash starkly with the conservative world around them, and their way of life is threatened by the
Vietnam War. The title of the show refers to the long hair that is a defining features for their culture.
One of the reasons that Hair has been able to remain a top show over the years is the fantastic score. The songs in Hair
will leave you touched and wanting to sing along. The score includes songs like "Aquarius," "I Believe in Love," "Good Morning
Starshine" and, of course, "Hair." Be there to hear them all at the show in Atlanta.