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HAIR

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News Flash

Updated 990506

  *Gallery of photos coming soon.

Thanks to Michael Butler (Producer) for taking the time to talk with me and photographer , Bob Savage, for his pictures soon coming to this web page.

 

There is going to be a revival of HAIR onstage . Auditions for the HAIR FESTIVAL TOUR will be held at the Candlefish Theatre, 1540 Cahuenga Blvd. Hollywood, CA. It will produced by Michael Butler (who produced the film), directed by James Rado with musical supervision by Galt MacDermot.

Update on auditions as of April 25, 1999

For auditions contact 323-460-2080. Orpheus Casting (Ellyn Long, Maria Nelson) Non-Equity Open Call for National Tour. Rehearsal workshop 6/04-9/11/99 (LA). Performance 9/18/99 (SF) to 10/30/20 (CHI). Seeking Male and Female Rock Singers for all parts.

Auditions Sat 3/06/99 10 am-1pm:2pm-6pm at Theatre Row Studios , 412 West 42 Street, 5W Theatre. Sing 16 bars rock, accompanist provided.

 

San Fransisco (Oct 1-31), Las Vegas (Nov 12 - Dec 5), Los Angeles (Dec 17 - Jan 16), Miami (Jan 28-Feb 27), Atlanta (Mar 10-Apr 2), Washington (April 14-May 14), New York City (May 26-Jun 25), Boston (Jul 7-Aug 8), Toronto (Aug 18-Sep 17) and Chicago (Sep 29-Oct 29).

Latest Press Release 990506

Michael Butler, the original Broadway producer of the Musical Masterpiece

"HAIR", announced today that, in cooperation with the authors James Rado

and Galt MacDermot the theatrical revival of "HAIR" will be moved to open

in the spring of 2001. The play is currently scheduled to be presented

in a Theatrical Festival format, which will feature an atmosphere of

colorful tents and street scenes reminiscent of the 60's.

 

This strategic move is designed to make way for a special presentation

to launch in the spring of 2000. According to plan, this should pave the

way for a very long run of "HAIR" in its original theatrical form.

 

Michael Butler comments, "In order for us to insure a lengthy run of the

play, we want to introduce a new generation to the musical aspects of the

show. This environment will only serve to enhance the play version and

will bridge the generation gap between the older audience who loved the

show and the younger kids".

 

Mr. Butler will now commence production on another play to open in the

spring of 2000 in The Tribe Theater Festival.

 

 

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