The American tribal love-rock musical comes back to Broadway.
There’s plenty of tie-dyed finery on display among Hair’s Tony-nominated costumes, and a group of cast members from the hit Broadway revival joined with members of Broadway Kids Care to do a little dye-ing of their own for a good cause. On July 1, actors and kid performers met up at Fireman’s Park in the theater district to tie-dye bandanas for young cancer patients at New York’s Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital. Broadway Kids Care brings together children from current and past Broadway shows for community service projects, and this summertime tie-dyeing event was a groovy example!
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