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Secret Theatre Musicals to Present HAIR, Begin. 1/22

Hair is the classic rock musical that set the standard for the many productions that followed and its influences can be seen in todays 'jukebox musicals'. What sets it apart from these descendants is the crucial messages of social, cultural and sexual revolution which given the current climate seems especially relevant with war, racism and the raging discussions over LGBT issues still very much in our daily news.

Secret Theatre Musicals production of Hair is directed by Richard Mazda [Oliver! Richard III, Pirate Pete] and is musically directed by 2009's Broadway cast member, Anthony Hollock [Hair, Broadway/West End] and Choreographed by Mary Lauren [Fabulous! The Queen of Musicals, Honestly Abe] with lighting by Dan Jobbins [Urinetown, Oliver -Secret Theatre], scenic design by John LaVigne. David Greenfield is our production Stage Manager.

Performances are from Jan 22 to February 1st in a limited 2-week run at The Secret Theatre, which has garnered praise for its edgy approach to musicals including the wildly successful steampunk influenced Oliver! [2013], Urinetown [2012] and Parade [2011].

The talented cast includes Bart Mather [McCarter Theatre's A Christmas Carol], Torrey Wigfield [Honestly Abe], Mary Lauren, Mary Linehan * [Honestly Abe], Anthony Wright, Vincent McDowell Jnr *, Savannah Mazda, Chloe Kostman, Noel B Austin, Greg Ramsey, Lauren Leland, Cecelia Gray, Billie Aken-Tyers, Alyssa Kempinski, Jason Hurtado, Morgan Bartholick, Laurisa LeSure, Emilie Mirvis, Kristin Kelleher, Noelia Antweiler, Charlene Deen, Brandon Looney, Ruby Hurlock, Carman Napier *

Jan 22 -25 then 27 - Feb 1st
Evening performances at 8pm
Matinee performances Jan 25th and Feb 1st at 2pm and Jan 31st at 3pm
Tickets $18
Available online at secrettheatre.com, in person or phone 718 392 0722

The Secret Theatre
44-02 23rd Street
Long Island City, NYC 11101

Hair - The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical
Book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni Music by Galt McDermott

Director: Richard Mazda
Choreographer: Mary Lauren
Music Director: Anthony Hollock

Stage Manager: David Greenfield*
Scenic Design: John Lavigne
Costume Design: Anthony Hollock
Lighting Design: Dan Jobbins

Costume Assistants: Yu Okazaki, Savannah Mazda
Postcard Design: Carlos Triminio



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