Cast members hold a dress rehearsal for "Hair," at London's The Vaults theatre, October 10, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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A special production of the 1960s rock musical "Hair" – tweaked for the age of U.S. President Donald Trump – premieres in London this week to mark the groundbreaking show's 50th anniversary. Staged in London's Vaults theatre, the show features updates to the dialogue and song lyrics written by James Rado, who wrote the show with Germoe Ragni in the 1960s, to comment on contemporary politics.The show had lengthy runs on Broadway and on London's West End, and songs like "Aquarius" and "Good Morning Starshine" helped the original Broadway cast recording sell almost 3 million copies.
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