HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical

musicals and operas · thetribe productions · Ages 13+ · United States

includes nudity
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CAROL NACE uncertified reviewer June 12, 2012
Good job. Most of the voices were very good.... full review
SHARI BARRETT uncertified reviewer June 16, 2012
I feel like I just stepped back into 1967 and my eyes have been reopened to the power “HAIR” brought to the stage that year – a year in the midst of Vietnam War protests, free love, and the hope that love could overcome any obstacles humanity might face. So hurry – you have only one more week to catch this inspiring show by The TRIBE Productions, directed with passion and great creativity by Christopher Chase at the El Centro Theatre through June 24 as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. The “summer of love” experience begins when you first walk into the theater and the cast greets you as if you are someone they met somewhere in New York and invited to join them in the park to celebrate life with them. As soon as we sat down, Jeanie ... full review
ELLEN DOSTAL uncertified reviewer June 14, 2012
A whole lotta love and very little grit characterize theTRIBE’s production of HAIR playing this month at El Centro Theatre. The cast’s easy interaction with the audience and abundance of buoyant energy are among the most appealing aspects of the show, which also features a psychedelic set (designed by the Tribe), colorful sixties costumes (by Linda Gomez, CSUN, & Christopher Chase), and stylish choreography by Leanna Dindall. The biggest weakness, however, is that this is a musical filled with iconic songs that requires singers who can move you with the power of their voices, but for all the cast’s good intentions, that isn’t always the result. “Let the Sunshine In,” “Good Morning Starshine,” and the title song succeed mainly due to the s... full review