Welcome to Hair The Musical 2014
We have loads on info about Hair the musical as well as other London musicals. If you’re interested in Hair, perhaps you’re looking for the following:
hair the movie
hair the musical songs
hair the musical characters
hair the musical tour
hair the musical lyrics
hairspray the musical
hair the musical soundtrack
hair the musical synopsis
London musicals have always added to the draw of the West End and Soho area. What visit to the capital would be complete without an evening at a renowned West End theatre watching a famous show?
London's main district, known as Soho, is the home of the musical. The Soho area - home to some of the most renowned theatre streets in the world, including Shaftesbury Ave - stages musicals for thousands of visitors globally each year.
The rich variation of London musicals means that there is something for everyone to love, from popular long-running plays to exciting original productions.
Hair is a fantastic musical which centres around the hippie culture of the 1960s and has much involvement with the politics around Vietnam.
This musical debuted in New York in the late sixties on Broadway around the time of the famous Summer of Love. It was written for the uptown big theatre crowds. It was meant to invade Broadway area, but the writers couldn't get interest from any of the Broadway producers. "Not our thing," they used to say. They went back from their early intention, in response to an offer of a 10-week run for Hair as the main attraction at a new theatre.
Hair is more than a show about conflict, sex and drugs, or music. At Its heart is a show about the strength of youth. Not since the late sixties has a generation felt so strongly about standing up for their beliefs.
Other successful musicals include Million Dollar Quartet. Inspired by the real event, that happened on December the fourth 1956 in Memphis, this exciting and engaging musical is a story of power, friendship, learning, professional envy and incredible tunes as four of the music industry's most exciting talents, all in their imaginative prime, created music together for the first and only time in their careers. It was performed in London.
Joined with Sun Records' rising new stars Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, who were following his next hit after penning and recording Blue Suede Shoes, the final member of this quartet was Phillips' latest client, the fantastic Jerry Lee Lewis.