Hair

Opens: North American Tour, Spring 2014by: Book & Lyrics by James Rado & Gerome Ragni, Music by Galt MacDermot

Photo: Joshua Wiles

Overview

HAIR – the rock musical that sparked a revolution and ignited a generation – is back! All the original hits and new songs rediscovered from the original production will be played live by The Tribe! For kids that loved their country, but didn’t like their options, HAIR was a revolution. Now you can be part of it!

Updated for 2014 by the original creator, James Rado, experience HAIR like never before! This new production returns to its rebellious and provocative roots. James Rado comments on his collaboration on this latest version:

“This new HAIR script is a well-oiled, finely-calibrated and a bit more expansive version, with subtle new twists of plot and character, some new jokes and funny lines, and the restoration of two songs not included in the recent Broadway version (Act 1: Dead End and Act II: Xanaplanetooch -this song was in the original 1967 Off-Broadway production, but didn’t make it in our move to Broadway). This production brings the show back to its origins. The changes in the script are largely based on the original material. A most exciting part of this process has been the discovery of a new aspect of Claude’s mystery. Something about his flights of fantasy – they are crucial to his story and his restlessness. This is the best version of the script that is out there now.”
– James Rado, January 2014

Trailer: Hair – The National Tour

Press

Hair: a high-energy, high-octane, visceral experience

Back by Popular Demand: Hair

CTV News: A huge, international musical hit comes to Orillia

CTV Barrie: New Production of Broadway Musical Hair Hits Stage First in Orillia

Broadway World: Jim Rado Talks Legacy of HAIR and What’s New in the Current Tour

Rock musical ‘HAIR’ lands at Baton Rouge River Center on March 6

Notes
– Tour runs from January 24 to May 11, 2014, throughout the U.S. with select stops in Canada. See tour dates below.
– To purchase tickets, click on your city.


Tribe Photos

 

Show Gallery


The Tribe

Erik Kopacsi as Claude
Joshua Wiles as Berger
Eden Richmond as Sheila
Jos N. Banks as Hud
Bruce Jones as Woof
Breton Lalama as Crissy
Shahi Teruko as Dionne
Emma Bartolomucci as Jeanie
Ashley Arnett (The Tribe/Swing)
Drew Bastian (The Tribe/Drummer)
John Bronston (The Tribe/Tour Music Director)
Aurie Ceylon (The Tribe)
Graham S. Fleming (The Tribe/Guitarist)
Zachary Knowles (TheTribe/Bassist)
Susaye Lawson (The Tribe)
Creg Sclavi (The Tribe/Guitarist)

The Creative Team

Charles Roy, Director
Corey Ross (Starvox Entertainment) & David Galpern (CTP), Producers
Mark Camilleri, Music Director
Stephanie Ramphos, Choreographer
Laura Gardner, Production Design
Russell A. Thompson, Lighting Design/Production Manager
Emily C. Porter, Sound Design
Angela McQueen, Hair & Wig Design
Tom Zaizar, Tour & Company Manager
Jennie Hollander, Head Wardrobe/Assistant Production Manager
Kyle Schuller, Production Stage Manager
Maria Gray, Head Props
John Bone, Technical Director/Head Carpenter
Nathan Gray, Head Electrician
David Gerena, Head Audio
Kelly Sullivan, Merchandise Officer
Trason Fernandes, Photographer
Patrick Hodgson, Videographer

HAIR is presented by arrangement with Tams Witmark Music Library Inc., 560 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York, 10032


Tour Dates

Orillia, Canada – Jan. 24-25
North Bay, Canada – Jan. 27
Kingston, Canada – Jan. 28
Keene, NH, USA – Jan. 29
Easton, PA, USA – Jan. 30
Reading, PA, USA – Jan. 31
South Orange, NJ, USA – Feb. 1
Bronx, NY, USA – Feb. 2
Charleston, WV, USA – Feb. 3
Savannah, GA, USA – Feb. 5
Talladega, AL, USA – Feb. 6
Stuart, FL, USA – Feb. 8-9
Belle Glade, FL, USA – Feb. 10
Boca Raton, FL, USA – Feb. 11
Hollywood, FL, USA – Feb. 12
West Palm Beach, FL, USA – Feb. 13
Delray Beach, FL, USA – Feb. 14-16
Little Rock, AR, USA – Feb. 18-20
Springfield, MO, USA – Feb. 21-22
Odessa, TX, USA – Feb. Feb. 24
Abilene, TX, USA – Feb. 25
Amarillo, TX, USA – Feb. 26-27

Lubbock, TX, USA – Feb. 28 – Mar. 1
Alto, NM, USA – Mar. 2
Austin, TX, USA – Mar. 4
Baton Rouge, LA, USA – Mar. 6
Roanoke, VA, USA – Mar. 8
Lima, OH, USA – Mar. 9
Evansville, IN, USA – Mar. 10
Fort Wayne, IN, USA – Mar. 11
Saginaw, MI, USA – Mar. 12
Benton Harbor, MI, USA – Mar. 13
Lincoln, NE, USA – Mar. 15-16
Wichita, KS, USA – Mar. 18-20
Lancaster, USA – Mar. 22-23
Bakersfield, CA, USA – Mar. 27
Reno, NV, USA – Mar. 28-30
Gilette, WY, USA – Apr. 1
Idaho Falls, ID, USA – Apr. 3
Butte, MT, USA – Apr. 4
Billings, MT, USA – Apr. 5
Bismarck, ND, USA – Apr. 6
Sioux City, IA, USA – Apr. 8
Davenport, IA, USA – Apr. 9

Cedar Rapids, IA, USA – Apr. 10
Rockford, IL, USA – Apr. 11
Elyria, OH, USA – Apr. 12
Owensboro, KY, USA – Apr. 13
Wausau, WI, USA – Apr. 15
Fargo, ND, USA – Apr. 16
Platteville, WI, USA – Apr. 17
Salem, OR, USA – Apr. 21
Kennewick, WA, USA – Apr. 22
Medford, OR, USA – Apr. 23
Bremerton, WA, USA – Apr. 24
Tacoma, WA, USA – Apr. 26
Bellingham, WA, USA – Apr. 27
Rutland, VT, USA – May 1
Waterbury, CT, USA – May 2-4
Lowell, MA, USA – May 5
Worcester, MA, USA – May 6-7
Tarrytown, NY, USA – May 8
Uniontown, PA, USA – May 9
Johnstown, PA, USA – May 10
Bradford, PA, USA – May 11