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Cindy from New Brunswick, New Jersey
The talent and amazing voices came through in last night's performance of Hair at the State Theatre in NJ. It brought back so many memories of my teenage years. I couldn't sit still with all the wonderful music, singing and dancing taking place on stage. A truly stunning performance~ Peace
Tom King from \"Sara\"sota, Florida
THE 60S REVISITED
Saw this show in Tampa. I highly recommend to buy, borrow, or steal your way into the beautiful St. James Theater to see this fantastic cast so enthusiastically bringing this classic musical back with so much fired up energy. Fantastic adult rockin' entertainment! I know you had a killer opening night! Hey, Teej! Love you, Sara.
P A F Smith from Reno, Nevada
My parents adored the music from the original Broadway production and went to experience it in San Francisco in the late '60's and it transformed their lives. I grew-up on the soundtrack of HAIR, and I finally had the opportunity to experience it for myself in Reno, Nevada. The production was beyond amazing...the music stupendous, the actors/singers/musicians extraordinary, and I really felt my parent's spirits with me (both are in the "next dimension" now). I have seen more than a few productions on Broadway and in London's West End, and I rate this production amongst this category of incredible MUST SEE shows ever produced for the stage. I left the theatre feeling transformed and HAPPY. A truly natural HIGH, LOL!!! All good!!!
Bonnie from Stow, Ohio
Saw this show in Cleveland and the revitalization from the '60's fits back into our current time of war. It's beautiful,heart wrenching, toe tapping, get up and dance fun. This is NOT a show for kids. You must be an opened minded adult to truly enjoy the wonder of this show!!! But the talent that comes with this show will awe you! Enjoy!!!!
Rain from Worcester, Massachusetts
HAIR - THEN AND NOW
I was very disappointed. There were two very good solo performances but mostly the voices were NOT on par for this peformance. Near the finale Claude did not exhume the 'feeling:" necessary to make me feel connected to his role when he was drafted into the Army for his Vietnam tour. Maybe that is an impossible request at his young age to understand the emotional turbulence during that time . I wanted to hear a closer resemblance of the original version with that same passion we all felt during that dark time.
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