Gotta dig the audience warning for the Public Theaters outdoor staging last summer of the American tribal-love rock musical: Hair contains smoke effects, strobe lighting, adult content and nudity. Heres hoping the Segerstrom Center for the Arts indoor staging stays true to the enduring and vivid grooviness of this weirdly campy yet wonderfully, joyfully, seriously subversive cultural touchstone or, um, touch-stoned. Political-happening-meets-Broadway sing-along, this now-classic play with politics, song and dance has it all: hair, head, brains, ears, eyes, nose, mouth . . . life, brother. And thankfully, 40 years later, it still has a parental-discretion advisory.
Wed., Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m., 2011