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"Hair" at the Woodstock Playhouse 



What better place to perform “Hair” than right in the heart of Woodstock? The Woodstock Playhouse celebrates its first summer stock season in 25 years with a trio of musicals: “Anything Goes,” “A Chorus Line.” The hippie culture explodes with color and music for the Woodstock Playhouse's final show of the summer stock season, “Hair.” Sing along with the showstoppers “Aquarius,” “I Got Life,” and “Sodomy.” Kenny Francoeur, Tim Fuchs, and Casey Gill lead the show; Sidney Wright directs. Tickets, $32/$36/$40. August 4 through 13. Woodstock Playhouse, Woodstock. (845) 679-6900; www.woodstockplayhouse.org.
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  • The Woodstock Playhouse finishes their summer stock season with "Hair," August 4 through 13.

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