Monday, 2 May 2011

Musical Hair in Olympia Theatre Valencia

Set in New York in 1967, during the war in Vietnam, Hair tells the story of a group of hippies in their struggle against the system, intolerance and dehumanization of society.
The soundtrack includes classics such as Aquarius, Good Morning Starshine and Let the Sunshine In. The latest show, which has successfully represented on Broadway and in London, has received recognition from 2009 in the best revival Tony Award, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League.
Released in 1969 in the off-Broadway in New York, HAIR broke with the norm established in the genre, being the first rock show. His revolutionary music and his message of peace and love, soon made ​​HAIR was installed in record-breaking Broadway residence, more than 1800 functions.
Considered provocative to include texts that openly address issues such as homosexuality, masturbation or drugs, and include scenes with nudity, HAIR quickly became the standard of the hippies and the opponents of the war in Vietnam. Forty years after its premiere, HAIR continues to reap the same success as the first day and his message of peace and hope is still in force.

Localitation: Olympia Theatre Valencia
Date: From May 12 to June 12, 2011
Price: € 36-52

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