For non-performers, belting Broadway hits is usually a solo act in the shower. Or maybe a karaoke session with a trusted group of non-judgmental friends. But recently, Symphony Space singalongs have allowed audiences of all vocal prowesses to join in on two classics: Fiddler on the Roof and Chicago. And on Sunday, June 23rd, you’ll be able to singalong to Hair at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater!
Directed by Milos Ferman in 1979, Hair chronicles the journey of Claude Bukowski (John Savage), a Vietnam war draftee, who joins a group of hippies and enters the world of hippie culture, drugs, and the sexual revolution. And while the movie’s plot and soundtrack differ from the original Broadway source, audiences can still enjoy singing along to hits like Aquarius and Let The Sunshine In.
Tickets are $13 for members, $15 for non-members, and $14 for seniors.
When: June 23rd at 8pm
Where: the Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater, 2537 Broadway (at 95th Street).
More Summer Music + Dance:
- Free Concerts at Richard Tucker Park (starting July 3rd)
- Midsummer Night Swing (starting June 25th!)
- Lincoln Center Out of Doors (starting July 24th)