When the musical Hair was first staged, it was in the late 1960s and it explored the current hippie culture of the era.
Even though that era is long in the past, the popularity of theater
tickets to see Hair have stayed as strong as ever.
It is now a theatrical snapshot of the era, which is why it has remained a theater classic throughout the generations.
The story of Hair revolves around a tribe of hippies living together in the 1980s. Their values of free love, peace and
artistic expression differ greatly from the world around them, which makes them at odds to the government and most of the
American culture. Their way of life is threatened when their free-spirited leader is drafted and must face what the future
One of the reasons that Hair has remained such a successful musical over the years is the amazing score that helps tell
the store. Some of the songs included in Hair are "Aquarius," "I Believe in Love," "Hair," "Where Do I Go?," "Good Morning
Starshine" and others. When the show comes to Fort Lauderdale, audience members should expect to feel like a part of this