Photo Flash: American Stage Theatre Company's HAIR
American Stage Theatre Company will produce the Broadway smash hit musical that changed a generation, HAIR, during the theatre's 25th anniversary production of American Stage in the Park, April 21 thru May 16. Pay What You Can nights are April 21 and 22. April 21 will also be a dog friendly night (patrons can bring their pet dogs on a leash). Gala Under the Stars will be April 23 (fundraiser event). HAIR is written by James Rado, Gerome Ragni and Galt MacDermot.
Overflowing with the timeless spirit of progress and hope for a better world, HAIR is the story of a group of young Americans searching for love and peace during the Vietnam War. With a groundbreaking rock score featuring such classics as Aquarius, Let the Sunshine In, Good Morning Starshine, Hair and Where Do I Go?, HAIR depicts the birth of a cultural movement that changed America forever. Contains some mature language and themes.
Directed by Eric Davis, HAIR stars Jeremy Hays (Berger), Dick Baker (Woof), Clint Harris (Hud), Jonathan Hack (Claude), Stefanie Clouse (Jeanie), Darlene Hope (Dionne), Alex Covington (Crissy), Laura Hodos (Sheila), Bjorn Stowers (Steve), Alison Lea Bender (Suzannah), Luerne Herrera (Angela), Aleshea Harris (Diane), Brooke Bradley (Dancer), Sasha Jimenez (Dancer).
Performances and ticket prices are as follows:
Performances are Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings at 8 p.m.
Tickets prices for general admission lawn seats are $11 at the box office and $13 at the event for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday performances and $14 at the box office and $16 at the event for Friday and Saturday performances. Reserved chair seating is $27 and premium blanket seating is $21 for all performances.
April 21 is a Dog Friendly Night (patrons can bring their pet dogs on a leash).
Pay What You Can nights are April 21 and 22.
Gala Under the Stars will be April 23 (fundraiser).
Please call the American Stage Box Office at (727) 823-PLAY (7529)
or go to www.americanstage.org for more information and to purchase tickets.
American Stage in the Park is performed outdoors at Demens Landing Park, located on the corner of 1st Avenue North and Bayshore Boulevard SE in downtown St. Petersburg, FL. The box office is located at 163 3rd Street North in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg.
American Stage is a not-for-profit professional theatre founded in 1977. The company's mission is to create the most satisfying live theatre in the Tampa Bay area, accessible to all members of the community. Their vision is to preserve the greatest human stories from our past, while creating the most defining stories and storytelling of our time. American Stage presents a six play Mainstage Series in the Raymond James Theatre, its 182 seat performance space. The Hough Family Foundation is the Season Sponsors and Raymond James is the Mainstage Sponsor. This production is sponsored by Bank of America, Publix, Progress Energy, St. Petersburg Times, Salon Volo, St. Petersburg/ Clearwater Visitors Bureau, City of St. Petersburg, Florida Arts and Cultural Affairs, Pinellas County Cultural Affairs, Bright House Networks and Suncoast Hospice Foundation.
Jonathan Hack, Clint Harris, Luerne Herrara, Laura Hodos and Aleshea Harris
Dick Baker and Laura Hodos
Darlene Hope, Bjorn Stowers, Luerne Herrera and Stefanie Clouse
Jonathan Hack, Alison Lea Bender, Clint Harris, Aleshea Harris, Luerne Herrera, Laura Hodos and Dick Baker