Now in its 50th Year!
Whip out your bell bottoms and start practicing your peace signs, Dallas Theater Center is bringing the age of Aquarius to the Wyly with this brand new immersive, in the round production of James Rando and Gerome Ragini's landmark rock musical. First seen in 1967, Hair is undoubtedly the quintessential musical of that decade, a sensuous, vivid and iconic melting pot of youthful ideals, politics, war and peace and love set to an anthemic and unforgettable soundtrack.
THIS IS THE DAWNING OF THE AGE OF AQUARIUS
Set in 1967, Hair is the story of a rag tag group of hippy kids known as The Tribe who haunt the East Village of New York City. In the face of growing unrest both at home and abroad, it is a peon to the age, where young people began to speak out for freedom and liberation, protesting the Vietnam War in a flash of song and color whilst learning more about themselves in a wild and sexually liberated society. With a score including 'Let The Sunshine In', 'Age of Aquarious' and of course, 'Hair' it's a joyous romp with a message of acceptance that still loudly resounds today.