Falcon's Eye Theatre Mounts HAIR The Musical

Falcon's Eye Theatre Mounts HAIR The MusicalThe award-winning Falcon's Eye Theatre closes its eleventh season with the American Tribal Love Rock Musical, HAIR. The Falcon's Eye celebrates the sixties counterculture in all its barefoot, long-haired, bell-bottomed, beaded and fringed glory with Gerome Ragni, James Rado and Galt MacDermot's HAIR. To an infectiously energetic rock beat, the show wows audiences with songs like "Aquarius," "Good Morning, Starshine," "Hair," "I Got Life," and "Let The Sun Shine." Exploring ideas of identity, community, global responsibility and peace, HAIR remains relevant as ever as it examines what it means to be a young person in a changing world.

From Hair the Musical Official Website, HAIR is about a group of young people in New York City's East Village who band together as a TRIBE. They are a New York contingent of flower children, (a freeform phenomenon that had begun a little earlier in Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco and would subsequently spread to Europe & elsewhere). Taking on the feel of an American Indian tribe, they question authority and the society they are living in and the war in Asia. They seek to find a new way. They yearn to change the world. They begin by recreating themselves. They find a potent organic natural esthetic; the most dramatic visible element, all the men grow their hair long. They tune in to Eastern thought & meditation. They turn on and drop out. They hang out in self-made clouds of incense and grass. They laugh and cavort, as they find a new freedom of expression and camaraderie. They live in crash pads, in the parks and on the streets. Unkempt, wild, free, and deep, they are unique, colorful, something genuinely original and beautiful...and so hip (yet in a different style from the earlier hipsters and beatniks). A new word is coined to identify them. They come to be called hippies. They try to live by the philosophy of "Peace and Love." They are on a trip of liberation. They commune, join hands in protest and in song. Within the context of the play, they struggle for the light, but are forced to fight & die, only to be reborn, again to suffer more, then to rise from the ashes, to glow, to shine...

The production of HAIR The Musical will take place in the Stage One at the Harris Center for the Arts.


  • April 13 @ 7:30pm

  • April 14 @ 7:30pm

  • April 15 @ 2:00pm


  • April 20 @ 7:30pm

  • April 21 @ 2:00pm

Performances take place in Stage One at The Harris Center for the Arts on the campus of Folsom Lake College. To purchase tickets, visit the Harris Center website at www.harriscenter.net. Enter the title "Hair" in the Google search box. Click on the top search result. Tickets may also be purchased by phone at 916-608-6888. Some service charges can be avoided by purchasing your tickets in person. Visit the Harris Center Ticket Office at 10 College Parkway in Folsom. The office is open between 12pm and 6pm, Monday through Saturday and is always open two hours before any performance.

HAIR The Musical

Presented by The Falcon's Eye Theatre at Folsom Lake College

  • Director: David Harris
  • Choreographer: Sunny Mitchell
  • Music Director: Graham Sobelman
  • Scenic and Video Designer: Ian Wallace
  • Costume Designer: Rebecca Redmond
  • Lighting Designer: Samuel Coquerille
  • Sound Designer: John Fynes
  • Technical Directors: Cameron Hoyt and Carlos Llontop
  • Stage Manager: Jim Broff


  • Claude: Dalton Johnson
  • Berger: Mason Bergenholtz
  • Woof: Luc Clopton
  • Hud: David Guria
  • Sheila: Nicolette Latini
  • Jeanie: Kylie Adams
  • Ronny: Tanika Baptiste
  • Crissy: Evelyn Olsen
  • The Tribe:
  • Chrissie Addison
  • David Becker
  • Maria Beretta
  • Mimi Boss
  • Adam Chwalik
  • Evan Clark
  • Edward Ejiogu
  • Jadi Galloway
  • Garrett Haven
  • Kareem Jenkins
  • Jonathan Leadbetter
  • Christina Martinez
  • Evan Martorana
  • Drew Matthews
  • Ingrid Munoz
  • Brian Reid
  • Melyssa Silfer
  • Connie Steinman
  • Marco Taboyoyon
  • Brandon Walker
  • Emmi Warford
  • Clara Whetstone
  • Talia Wilson


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