More 'Hair' on Broadway

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The Public Theater’s Tony-winning production of “Hair,” directed by Diane Paulus, has returned to New York this summer for a ten-week run at the St. James Theater. This unusual summer run features the national touring company and the London and Broadway versions. Charles Isherwood of the New York Times tells Jeff Spurgeon about why it has returned so quickly and whether this production holds up to the previous incarnations.

Listen to the piece above and enter our trivia contest below to win tickets to the current production of Hair.

Comments [3]

buddy fair

I was pleased to hair of the revival of HAIR.
It is timely in so many ways for the world we are living in.I'd love to see it again This time I'll remember what I'd seen and heard

Jul. 20 2011 05:32 PM

They SHOULD re run 'Hair'' on Broadway....( its always great to see folks on stage in the NUDE)

Jul. 20 2011 01:32 PM

I would love to introduce my 15 year old daughter to the issues of the time through a production of Hair. Thank you for the informative review.

Jul. 20 2011 09:39 AM

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