Venue Details

711 Star Starred
The Grove Theatre
276 E. 9th Street Upland, CA 91786
909-920-4343
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15 ratings
4.4 average rating
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5 events
2 reviews
4 stars
attended Jan 12 2013

There were 10 of us and everyone agreed we had a blast! The cast really got into the spirit of the times. The singing was excellent. The play opened up a dialog about those times for me and my 15 year old granddaughter.

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16 events
11 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 20 2013

The cast had fabulous energy and were all very talented performers.

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13 events
10 reviews
3 stars
attended Jan 13 2013

LOVED IT and so did my other five friends! The cast included the audience in the lobby throughout the show and invited anyone one to go up stage to join the 'fun' at the end which we all did! The performers showed great enthusiasm and had great...continued

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Website

http://www.grovetheatre.com

Description

The Grove Theatre is proud to announce the opening of HAIR_, the American tribal love-rock musical, on January 11th, 2013.  _HAIR, first opened Off-Broadway in October, 1967, re-opened on Broadway in May, 1968, and the Tony Award-winning show has enjoyed huge success since that time. HAIR portrays a loving, living, realistic look at the flower children of the 60s, who band together as a tribe, complete with bells, beads, incense, flowers, costumes and dreams. HAIR puts rock music and the culture that went with it on stage. _

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__ Seeking a new way, and with a yearning to change the world, the flower children take on the feel of an American Indian tribe, questioning authority, the society they are living in and the war in Asia.  Attempting to live a philosophy of peace and love, they hang out in clouds of incense and grass, turning on, freaking out and dropping out.  Living in crash pads, in the parks and on the streets, they are unkempt, wild, free, unique, colorful and hip, joining hands in protest and in song.  What looks like incredible chaos is actually organized chaos. Phenomenal musical numbers include “Aquarius,” “Good Morning Starshine,” “I Believe in Love,” “Hair,” “I Got Life,” “What a Piece of Work Is Man” and “Hippie Life.”