HAIR - The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical

In the Wings Promotions

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Back by Popular Demand - 50th Anniversary Production
Set in 1967, Hair is the musical story of a group of hippies who celebrate peace and love in the shadow of the Vietnam War.

Special prices for preview performance (August 30):
$24 general
$18 CAEA, ACTRA, UdA, QDF, Students/Seniors

Book & Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado
Music by Galt MacDermot

Claude - Mathieu Samson
Berger - Franco DeCrescentis
Sheila - Noelle Hannibal
Hud - Anton May
Woof - Bryan Libero
Jeanie - Rosie Callaghan
Dionne - Laurie-Anne Jean-Baptiste
Crissy - Lindsay Milner
Tribe: Meghan Blakeburn, Marc Ducusin, Charbel Hachem, Justin Johnson, Nicolas Mancuso, Jessica Nicholas, Christine Rodriguez, Shawn Thicke
Directed and Choreographed by Nadia Verrucci
Musical Direction by Ian Baird

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Situé en 1967, Hair est l'histoire musicale d'un groupe de hippies qui célèbrent l'amour et la paix dans l'ombre de la guerre du Vietnam.

Prix spéciaux pour la générale publique (30 août) :
$24 général
$18 CAEA, ACTRA, UdA, QDF, Étudiants, Âge d'or

Livret et paroles par Gerome Ragni et James Rado
Musique de Galt MacDermot

Claude - Mathieu Samson
Berger - Franco DeCrescentis
Sheila - Noelle Hannibal
Hud - Anton May
Woof - Bryan Libero
Jeanie - Rosie Callaghan
Dionne - Laurie-Anne Jean-Baptiste
Crissy - Lindsay Milner
Tribu: Meghan Blakeburn, Marc Ducusin, Charbel Hachem, Justin Johnson, Nicolas Mancuso, Jessica Nicholas, Christine Rodriguez, Shawn Thicke
Mise en scène et chorégraphie par Nadia Verrucci
Direction musicale par Ian Baird

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

BILLETS / TICKETS

Générale / Regular : 29.00$
CAEA, ACTRA, UdA, QDF, Students/Seniors : 24.00$

135 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 18+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 10 minutes

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