I just got a fun email from the guitarist who played in the production of "HAiR" (small "i" to represent the infinity symbol as in the original posters) I directed here in Salem, Oregon, in 2000.
He ran into this Epinion review of the show for the first time today, and sent the link to me.
Fun for me to see this too--I have NO idea who wrote this. Someone who certainly had a good time, that's for sure!
On the Epinions page, under the poster and links about the so-so movie version of "HAiR" is the review about our local production.
It mentions that surviving co-author of the show, Jim Rado, was there opening night. He and I conferred for many hours over the phone and through Fax, in preparation for the production.
And he wasn't the only original "HAiR" alumnae in attendance--The show's original producer Michael Butler also came to opening night, as well as original cast member Walter Michael Harris. It was an incredible experience - that entire show.
Great zap of energy for me to see this, what with me here on the cusp of a new production - my "Dorian Gray."