‘Hair’

Matthew Reddin, Contributing writer

The Skylight Music Theatre wraps up a season of revolution with Hair, perhaps one of the most revolutionary musicals of all time when it premiered on Broadway in 1967. Following “the tribe,” a collection of counter-cultural individuals embracing the ’60s hippie movement, Hair presented such groundbreaking themes as race, drug use, the Vietnam War and — most famously — nudity. The result was a theatrical experience unlike anything seen before onstage. The production is a bold move for the constantly evolving Skylight, and one that hopefully serves as a harbinger for future evolution.

At the Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee. Tickets range from $27.50 to $67. Call at 414- 291-7800 or go to skylightmusictheatre.org.

May 16 through June 8