Minneapolis is perhaps the best kept secret in entertainment. While some may think of Los Angeles or New York as the meccas
of entertainment, Minneapolis has quietly been attracting top theater shows, concerts and more for years. One such theater
show is Hair, and theater fans shouldn't miss it when it comes to the Orpheum
The story of Hair revolves around a tribe of hippies living together during the 1960s. Their values of love, peace, sexual
freedom and experimental drug use contrast sharply with the conservative world around them. Their way of life is threatened
by the Vietnam War, and the members of the tribe must come to grips with the realities around them.
Hair has been entertaining fans since it first
opened in the late 1960s. One of the reasons this theater show has been able to remain popular comes from the amazing score.
The score includes songs like "I Believe in Love," "Hair," "Where Do I Go," "Good Morning Starshine" and many others. The
songs help convey the depth of the story in Hair.
Hair is designed to be a theater
show that incites discussion. Because of this, it only makes sense to see Hair with a group of your friends so that everyone
can talk about the themes of the show afterward. Round up your friends in Minneapolis and head out to this unforgettable show.
Everyone will thank you later for the suggestion.