- 1 What is the message of Hair musical?
- 2 Is Hair based on a true story?
- 3 Why is the musical Hair called Hair?
- 4 Who wrote the lyrics for Hair?
- 5 Why was Hair the musical so controversial?
- 6 What was the movie Hair about?
- 7 What was the point of bad hair?
- 8 When was hair invented?
- 9 What was so controversial about the musical Hair?
- 10 Who did the song hair?
- 11 Who performed hair?
- 12 What happens to Claude at the end of hair?
What is the message of Hair musical?
He feels that the message today may be “to let the younger people know what their parents were going through at that time (the ’60s).” Part of the value of “Hair”, according to Gardner, is to help viewers “to remember how young and innocent the people who died in the war were.”
Is Hair based on a true story?
It tells the story of a small band of Central Park flower children during the Vietnam War, who are loosely led by George Berger, played by actor Treat Williams in the 1979 film. Williams says Hair still resonates today because it’s a story about “kids finding their strength and independence.”
Why is the musical Hair called Hair?
The hippies’ long hair – and the title of the show – was a symbol of their defiance. “You would have had to have your hair cut when going into the military and therefore the name Hair is highly symbolic,” says Geoffrey Marsh, director of the V&A’s Department of Theatre and Performance.
Who wrote the lyrics for Hair?
Why was Hair the musical so controversial?
The musical’s profanity, its depiction of the use of illegal drugs, its treatment of sexuality, its irreverence for the American flag, and its nude scene caused much comment and controversy.
What was the movie Hair about?
In New York City for the first time while on his way to enlist in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, Oklahoma farm hand Claude Hooper Bukowski (John Savage) meets up with a freewheeling group of Central Park hippies led by the irrepressible George Berger (Treat Williams). When the unlikely friends meet upper-middle-class debutante Sheila Franklin (Beverly D’Angelo), sparks fly between the country boy and the city girl, and Berger’s troupe attempts to keep the young lovers together.
What was the point of bad hair?
She says “just put someone else’s hair on my head!” Bad Hair is using its folktale concept to explore the expectations on Black women to forfeit their own roots for someone else’s.
When was hair invented?
about 300 million years ago
Evolution. Hair has its origins in the common ancestor of mammals, the synapsids, about 300 million years ago.
What was so controversial about the musical Hair?
Who did the song hair?
Who performed hair?
Hair (Hair song)
|Song by Original Broadway cast|
|Lyricist(s)||James Rado Gerome Ragni|
What happens to Claude at the end of hair?
In the film, he sacrifices himself for Claude. The biggest change from the musical to the film is the character death. In the musical, Claude finally decides to go to Vietnam, where he is killed. The soldiers are deployed that night, and Berger, still posing as Claude, is the one who gets killed in Vietnam.