The good old rock musical Hair opened on Broadway once again on March 31 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre and the reviews were uniformly positive.
The latest revival of the more than 40-year-old sixties “American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” played in Central Park this summer, and the reaction was so positive that Hair once again is back on the Great White Way.
The story is the same: A tribe of urban hippies deals with political and social issues of the day, mainly the fact that one of their brethren is about to be drafted into the Army to fight in the Vietnam War. Director Diane Paulus and choreographer Karole Armitage are getting raves for putting together an exceptionally energetic ajd talented cast, including Gavin Creel as Claude, the draftee.
The Al Hirschfeld Theatre is located at 302 W. 45th St. Tickets go for from $37-$122. For more info, go to the show’s website .