Book & Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado
Music by Galt MacDermot
Directed by Kaitlin Hopkins,
Hair is a rock musical with a book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado and music by Galt MacDermot. The musical follows a politically active group of draft-dodging hippies living in New York City during the late ‘60s. Though the musical is set during the height of the Vietnam War, Hair’s themes such as alienation, civil disobedience, and defiance still resonate today.
Hair first opened on Broadway over 50 years ago. The controversial musical arrived on stage in spring 1968, ushering the “Age of Aquarius” onto the Great White Way. The musical was the first of its kind, with an untraditional story structure, rock score, and countercultural commentary.
This production contains adult themes including strong and derogatory language, staged violence, racial trauma, drug use, theatrical firearms, partial nudity, and intimacy. This is a safe space intended to promote discourse about the human experience. Our Front of House can provide resources and support if needed. Please take care and enjoy the show.
C A S T
Berger - Kaleb Quinn
Claude - Preston Perez
Crissy - Madeline Wong Perez
Hud/ Tribe 9-Marcus Brooks
Hud/ Tribe 9-JaVaun Butler
Tribe 1/ Hubert-Nick Dondero
Tribe 2/ Margaret Mead-Peyton Herzog
Tribe 3-Mariah Deida Epps
Tribe 4-Kaitlyn O’Leary
Tribe 5-Kimmi Zimmerman
Tribe 7-DJ Bartly
Tribe 8-Cayla Primous
Tribe 10-Paul Amrani
Tribe 11-Andrew Fleming
Tribe 12-Allan Lopez
Tribe 13-Zephaniah Wages
Tribe 14-Macy Skaggs
Tribe 15-Eden Witvoet
Tribe 16-Madeline Bourgeois
Tribe 17-Connor Lewis
Tribe 18-Ian Deane
TUESDAY, NOV 16 to SUNDAY, NOV 21
This is a RESERVED SEATING production.
PATTI STRICKEL HARRISON THEATRE
405 Moon Street, 78666
TALKBACK - WEDNESDAY, Nov 17
After the performance | Open to the public
Talkback with the creative team and performers.
Public: $20 - $25
TXST Student: $10 - $15
Groups (10+): $13
Prices include processing fee.
Prices are subject to change without notice.
Parking will be directed to the Edward Gary Parking Garage (401 Edward Gary Dr) behind the Performing Arts Center.
If accommodations need to be made, please, contact the box office at least 48 hour before the performance date.
In an effort to keep our performances open and in alignment with other performance venues, wearing masks is strongly encouraged in the building at all times regardless of vaccination status. Should you not have one, please see an usher for a mask. Thank you for supporting the return of live theatre!”
Contact: Texas State Presents | 512-245-6500