Sunday, April 18, 2010

Hair is bringing the '60s back!

Hair, the revolutionary musical that debuted in 1967, is coming to BSC! When it debuted in 1967, it was considered extremely controversial, not only for the way it tore apart every convention of the day, but also for the way the cast interacted with the audience. It challenged every practice and notion while simultaneously daring people to act for what the believe. Written by Galt MacDermont, Gerome Ragni, and James Rado, Hair changed the way musicals were portrayed and performed. It was blunt, explicit, and left audiences reeling with its inspiring message. While not entirely relevant in this day and age, it still leaves a message of love and peace that audiences everywhere can relate to. Performances start April 22 and run through April 25. Tickets are $10 for general public, $5 for students of any age and school, but please be advised that Hair contains explicit dialogue and situations, and is recommended for mature audiences only. For an interview with director Michael Flowers, visit

1 comment:

BSC Student Blogger said...

I saw the show and loved it! Great job BSC Theatre.