Indianapolis, IN- Summer Stock Stage will present Hair: The American Tribal Love – Rock Musical at Ayres Auditorium at Park Tudor School June 26-29. Thursday through Saturday performances are at 7:30 pm and Sunday performance is at 2:30 pm. More than 30 of the most talented students from central Indiana have been rehearsing with co-directors, Emily Ristine Holloway and Charles Goad, music director Jeanne Bowling, and choreographer, Cherri Jaffee, to mount this fully-staged and orchestrated production. These students, ages 13-19, come from public, private, and charter schools, from urban Indianapolis, suburban Carmel and rural Thorntown. These are some of the best musical theater performers in the area. Many plan to continue their theater studies in college, while others have entirely different plans. All come together in a professional, collaborative environment to produce outstanding theater each summer.
Hair– Hair takes place in the 1960s and tells the story of a group of young people searching for love and peace in the Vietnam era. One of Broadway’s first rock scores, this upbeat, hopeful musical features “Good Morning Starshine,” and “Let the Sun Shine In.” All tickets are $17. (Hair contains mature content and is recommended for ages 13+.)
Patron Reception, Friday, June 27 at 6 pm – Prior to Friday’s performance, there will be a groovy patron reception featuring the artistic staff in Foster Hall at Park Tudor School. All proceeds benefit program scholarships. Tickets are $25.
Tickets – All tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through www.summerstockstage.com. Shows do sell out so be sure to buy your tickets early! Ticketing questions should be emailed to email@example.com.
About Summer Stock Stage – Summer Stock Stage is a premier educational theater group founded in 2004 to provide central Indiana high school students with an extraordinary theater performing arts experience. Founded by Emily Ristine Holloway and Jeanne Bowling, the artistic team now includes Kyle Ragsdale, award winning painter and curator of the Harrison Center for the Arts; Mariel Greenlee, Dance Kaleidoscope company member; Cherri Jaffee, former Artistic Director of Dance Kaleidoscope; Mike Moffatt, Theater Department chair, Cathedral High School and professional actor Charles Goad. While pursuing their own careers as artists, these adults mentor and collaborate with the student artists in two major musical productions each summer. Park Tudor School generously donates the use of their beautiful facilities in their common vision for enriching the lives of students through the arts.
Summer Stock Stage’s Mission – Enriching our community through theater by inspiring young people to learn, connect, and perform.
For more information, contact:
Rachel Riegel, Managing Director