Altadena Music Theatre presents “Hair” on Thursday, Sept. 1, starting at 8 p.m. at the Charles Farnsworth Ampitheatre in Altadena.
Choreographed by Melissa Schade, with musical direction by Chris Wade, directed by Oliver Azcarate and produced by Sarah Azcarate, “Hair” is about the dawning of The Age of Aquarius once again. The summer of love springs forth amongst the backdrop of war, political tyranny and cultural strife. A group of freedom fighters bound together by love, independent spirit and critical thought share the message that can heal the world.
“Hair,” the legendary rock musical, bursts onto the stage with its Grammy Award-winning score. Exploring ideas of mind expansion, personal and collective rights, sexual and political revolution and peace, “Hair” remains relevant and as important to share with audiences as ever. The show is the ultimate call for the hopes of bringing the nation together, unifying each other with the message of love, peace, and understanding.
Altadena Music Theatre kicks off its first-ever musical production on Labor Day weekend.
Altadena Music Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to enrich the Los Angeles community with the excitement of live musical theatre, arts advocacy and developmental youth programs. It is female owned and operated and encourages more women, people of color, and all community members to organize both in front and behind the stage.
Thursday’s show will be at the Charles Farnsworth Amphitheatre at 568 Mt. Curve Ave. in Altadena.
Tickets are $20 online and $25 at the door.
Visit www.altadenamusictheatre.com/hair for tickets and additional information.