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Hair Summer Of Love


Wed 2 Apr 2014, 8:00pm–10:30pm

Where: Her Majesty's Theatre, 17 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat, Ballarat and Western District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $59.50
  • Concession: $56.50
  • Groups of 10+: $55.50
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: StageArtAustralia

The worldwide smash, which rocked, shocked and defined a generation hits town with two shows on April 2nd. Ballarat will come alive in a cosmological burst of theatrical sunshine as StageArt presents HAIR Summer of Love.

After a sell-out season in Melbourne and glowing reviews, audiences have been begging for more, and the producers have willingly obliged. The cast of HAIR Summer of Love, will take the audience on a psychedelic trip back to 1968 as they detonate their message of Peace, Freedom and Love to the hearts and minds of Ballarat.

“An excellent production, I highly recommend” 
Cameron Woodhead - The Age

HAIR Summer of Love tells the story of a group of politically active, long-haired activists living a bohemian life in New York City and fighting against conscription into the Vietnam War. The musical is renowned for its profane depiction of the use of illegal drugs, treatment of sexuality, irreverence for the American flag and the controversial nude scene. The musical broke new ground in musical theatre by defining the genre of "Rock Musical". In 2009 the production took out the award of Best Revival of a Musical at The Tony Awards.

“It was deeply moving to be transported back to this era in my life” 
Michael Leaver - Audience member and Vietnam War survivor

Featuring the smash hits, ‘Aquarius’, ‘Let The Sun Shine In’, ‘Hair’, ‘Ain’t Got No’ and ‘Good Morning Starshine’, the journey starts the second the audience enter the venue with cast are in the middle of a rock concert peace rally. Very quickly ‘Dionne’ bursts into ‘Aquarius’ and within minutes the scene turns into a mystical, marvellous and magical deportation to Manhattan 1968.
Every show ends with a freedom dance party on stage where audience members are welcome to join in the extravaganza by letting their hair down and letting lose on the dance floor alongside the cast.