hair poster design by Designscout. For more info, see


Greenwich Village. 1968.
During the most tumultuous year in our nation's history, a group of young hippies explore sex, love, and rock 'n' roll while fighting for civil rights and the end of the war in Vietnam. Artistic Director PJ Paparelli and author James Rado return to the original 1967 off-Broadway script to revise and restore material never-before-seen in the controversial rock musical that forever changed the American theatre.

April 25 - June 29

design team

coming soon

the tribe

coming soon

Letter from PJ

Despite its thousands of productions around the globe, many would still argue that Hair is the most controversial musical of all time. But before the movie and Broadway productions, the rock musical was first produced in an intimate space that opened NY's Public Theater. After 45 years, co-creator Jim Rado and ATC will return to the original 1968 text to restore and revise the story at the heart of "America's tribal love rock musical". While keeping classics like "Aquarius" and "Let the Sunshine In", this is a more emotional, dangerous, and even violent Hair that sheds light on the forces that clashed in 1968.


coming soon