Fayetteville State University Theatre Company and the Department of Performing and Fine Arts will present the riotous musical ‘HAIR’ April 16-19 in Butler Theater on the FSU campus. The rock musical explores the counterculture of the 1960s by way of the “tribe”, a group of hippies living in New York City. Featuring such seminal music as “Aquarius” and “Let the Sunshine In”, the musical defines and celebrates a generation of American protest.
Directed by FSU Professor of Theatre Phoebe Hall, the production features cast members:
Performances take place in FSU’s Butler Theater, located at the center of campus. Parking is available at the intersection of W.T. Brown Drive and Administration Drive. Tickets are:
$10 for adults
$8 Staff, faculty and senior citizens
$3 for children (0-12)
$2 for FSU students with a valid ID ONLY until curtain time. After curtain full adult price will apply.
For ticket information call the FSU Box Office at 910-672-1724
For more information, visit fsuarts.com