Hair, With Jordan Dobson and Andrew Polec, Begins Performances at Two River Theater September 30 | Playbill

Regional News Hair, With Jordan Dobson and Andrew Polec, Begins Performances at Two River Theater September 30

The Old Globe production plays the New Jersey theatre through October 22.

Jordan Dobson and Andrew Polec

New Jersey's Two River Theater revival of Hair, which kicks off the company's 30th anniversary season, begins performances September 30. The production will run through October 22.

Directed by James Vásquez, the production stars Jordan Dobson (Hadestown, A Beautiful Noise) as Claude and Andrew Polec (Bat Out Of Hell, The Beautiful Lady) as Berger. They are be joined by Tré Frazier (Hamilton, Rent) as Hud, Janelle McDermoth (We’re Gonna Die, A Bronx Tale) as Dionne, Olivia Oguma (Mamma Mia! Les Miserables) as Jeanie, Olivia Puckett (Dear Evan Hansen, Motown the Musical) as Sheila, Angel Sigala (New York, New York, Bonnie & Clyde) as Woof, and Bailey Day Sonner (Godspell, Hair) as Crissy.

The ensemble features Devin Cortez (Evita, On Your Feet), Tiffany Frances (Ain’t Too Proud, Memphis), Delaney Love (Chicago, Christmas on Ice), and Darius Wright (New York, New York, MJ The Musical).

With a book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, and music by Galt MacDermot, Hair is considered one of the most influential musicals of the 1960s. Centering on the "hippie" movement and anti-Vietnam War sentiment within youth counterculture, the musical blends pop and rock music styles and led to many hit crossover songs including "Aquarius," "Let The Sunshine In," and "Good Morning Starshine."

Featuring original choreography by Mayte Natalio (Love in Hate Nation), the creative team also includes scenic designer Tim Mackabee, costume designer David Reynoso, lighting designer Amanda Zieve, sound designer Drew Levy, music supervisor Geoffrey Ko, music director Noah Teplin, wig, hair, and makeup Designer J. Jared Janas, intimacy consultant Noelle Diane Johnson, casting director Howard Cherpakov, associate choreographer Delaney Love, associate director Noelle Marion, stage manager E Sara Barnes, and assistant stage manager Gracie Carleton, with additional arrangements by Angela Steiner, Sinai Tabak, and Conor Keelan.


Today’s Most Popular News:

Blocking belongs
on the stage,
not on websites.

Our website is made possible by
displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

Please consider supporting us by
whitelisting with your ad blocker.
Thank you!