The Musical “Hair”: Its History of Controversy
Billkozy on 08/08/2008
|It is known as the “American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” and it gained fame and also notoriety for its influential and creative blend of some excellent pop rock music (“Aquarius”, “Easy to Be Hard”, “Let the Sunshine In”, the title song “Hair”, etc.) with sex and the drug culture. The musical depicts a group of young hippies during the late '60s dealing with topics such as war, war resistance, racism, feminism, friendship, and finding oneself. |
This summer of 2008, The Delacorte Theatre in NYC’s Central Park is the stage for a full-scale production of “Hair”, 41 years after its premiere in New York. This quiz will detail some of the controversial events that surrounded the musical both in its initial inception and in some of the revivals over the years.
Good luck, and please rate the quiz afterward. Then rinse and repeat.
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