I could go for some rough sex and a large pizza
| Musical: Hair | Year: 1968 | Composer: Gatt McDermot | Lyrics: James Rado and Gerome Ragni | Book: James Rado and Gerome Ragni | Basis: Hippie counterculture and sexual revolution of the 1960s |
‘Hair’ tells the story of Vietnam-era youths awkwardly but exuberantly creating their own rite of passage through the confusion around them. Among them are Claude and Berger; a pair of friends battling against Claude’s draft notice, and Sheila, who is in love with both of them, but her politically-active lifestyle leaves her little time to act on her feelings. Ultimately, Claude decides that the hippie life isn’t for him and goes to Vietnam. With themes of alienation and civil disobedience Hair illustrates the ’60s generation’s search for meaning through various “be-ins,” “love-ins” and protests. (x)
Memorable Songs: "Aquarius", "Hair", "Be-In (Hare Krishna), "Walking in Space", "Three-Five-Zero-Zero", "Good Morning Starshine", "The Flesh Failures (Let the Sunshine In)"
Actors in Role:
Claude: James Rado (OB), Randall Easterbrook (1977 BR), Gavin Creel (2009 BR/2010 LR)
George Berger: Gerome Ragni (OB), Michael Hoit (1977 BR), Will Swenson (2009 BR/2010 LR)
Sheila: Lynn Kellogg (OB), Diane Keaton (OB Rep), Ellen Folley (1997 BR), Caissie Levy (2009 BR/2010 LR)
- Gavin excited him and Ryan have a team name
- Gavin remembering obscure things Ryan has said in past Let’s Plays
- Gavin remembering the date Ryan said things
- GAVIN DEFENDING RYAN IN A JOKE ARGUMENT
- GAVIN OVERALL JOKING AND INTERACTING WITH RYAN BECAUSE THEIR FRIENDSHIP HAS EVOLVED TO THAT POINT
*releases 420 cows into a field* hahahaha graze it
this is the best thing
Joel, would you like to add anything to this conversation? (x)
the 11th commandment
"The hell? Sammy, look at this……"
"Doctor, who is that?"
"Sherlock, you might want to take a look….."