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Peace, love, war, sex and hair -- Sacramento will have a one-night opportunity to revel in hippie counterculture at Harlow's Thursday night. "HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical" will rock the nightclub in the form of a concert.
Local theater company Artistic Differences will perform musical numbers from "HAIR" as part of the company's Summer of Rock series, which kicked-off with "Tommy" at the Crest on Memorial Day. Many of the original cast members from the company's five-week run of the show in 2007 will return to sing the numbers, accompanied by a seven-piece band.
"HAIR" the musical brings to light a group of young flower children who band together as a "tribe" in the East Village of New York City during the late '60s. The story develops when one of the members of the tribe receives a draft notice and is faced with the decision to serve or rebel.
Drawn into the hippie counterculture movement and inspired by anti-war protests, young actors Gerome Ragni and James Rado wrote "HAIR" over a span of three years and introduced it to the New York stage in 1967.
The concert begins at 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for $15 in advance or for $20 at the door. To purchase tickets call 916-708-3449.
Summer of Rock will continue with a one-night concert featuring numbers from "Bare" on August 13 at Harlow's.
Images provided by Artistic Differences.