MAR 15 – APR 27, 2014
James Rado and Gerome Ragni
Galt Macdermot
Susan Marie Rhea & Mark A. Rhea
Music Director
Jake Null
Rachel Leigh Dolan

The granddaddy of all rock musicals, Hair is at once both a joyous celebration of youth and a poignant journey through a tumultuous 1960s America. This exuberant musical about a group of teenagers searching for truth, peace and love in a Vietnam War era, has struck a resonant chord with audiences of all ages. Hair features an eclectic score filled with classics, including “Aquarius,” “Let the Sun Shine In,” “Good Morning, Starshine” and “Easy To Be Hard.” The themes and struggles in Hair remain vital and relevant to the times we live in today.

Advisory Warning: Contains nudity and strong language. Parental discretion is highly advised and children under the age of 14 will NOT be permitted in the theater.


The Washington Post Review

“Keegan has cultivated a knack for reviving Broadway musicals of a certain anti-bourgeois edge…reproduc[ing] them in an up-close way that’s hard to achieve on Broadway or at the Kennedy Center. It’s a niche, and Keegan fills it.”

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DC Theatre Scene Review

“If, like me, your only exposure to the songs has been recordings, this cast and the kick-ass band (under the direction of Jake Null) will make every note and lyric stick with you long after they have hung up their tie-dye.”

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Broadway World Review

“The Keegan Theatre’s version of HAIR, with top-notch direction by husband and wife team Mark Rhea and Susan Marie Rhea, evokes the feel of the era without reproducing its exact look. 

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Magic Time! Review

“Every moment onstage, [the cast] seem[s] to genuinely enjoy one another, and their spirited mutual admiration is irresistible. This ensemble is not only highly skilled; it’s the kissingest cast I’ve ever seen.”

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DC Metro Theater Arts Review

“The opening song “Aquarius” set the mood for the evening, featuring Ines Nassara as Ronny, delivering a powerful, chilling belt that brought me goosebumps.”

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MD Theatre Guide Review

“The nine-member orchestra, led by pianist conductor Jake Null, does a splendid job handling the music, keeping it fresh and lively at all times.”

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Autumn Seavey Hicks
Ava Silva
Caroline Wolfson
Chad Fornwalt
Christian Montgomery
Dani Stoller
Danny Bertaux
Darius Epps
Eben Logan
Emily Levey
Ian Coleman
Ines Nassara
Jade Jones
Jamie Boyle
Josh Sticklin
Katie Furtado
Kedren Spencer
Lyndsay Rini
Paige Felix
Paul Scanlan*
Ryan Patrick Welsh
Thony Mena
and featuring Peter Finnegan as Margaret Mead

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract.

Production Team

Directors Susan Marie Rhea & Mark A. Rhea
Music Director Jake Null
Choreographer Rachel Leigh Dolan
Assistant Choreographer Alison Crosby
Assistant Director / Dramaturg Lauren Miller
Set Design Matthew Keenan
Lighting Design Allan Sean Weeks
Costume Design Chelsey Schuller
Costume Assistant Shannon Cusello
Hair & Makeup Design Craig Miller
Wardrobe Assistant Lauren Martin
Sound Design Tony Angelini
Sound Design Assistant Dan Deiter
Sound Engineer Robbie Teague
Set Dressing & Properties Designer Carol Hood Baker
Properties Assistant Katrina Wiskup
Stage Managers Alexis Rose & Nikki Hoffpauir