Let the sun shine in — and your junk hang out.
An upcoming London revival of “Hair” — the hippie-happy 1968 Broadway musical famous for onstage nudity — is getting the audience in on the act.
Ticket holders to the clothing-optional performance on Nov. 11 at 10 p.m. at the Off West End Vaults Theater can watch the story of peace-loving hippies and hum along to hits like “Frank Mills” and “Good Morning Starshine” while wearing nothing but birthday suits.
The nude evening is promoted at the company’s site as “the very first clothing optional performance of a musical in the West End — maybe the world.” It adds that “this performance is a private, clothing optional event. Please ensure you have read all of the details of this event before booking your tickets.” Seats run about $ 42 a pop.
Audiences at the show are advised to bring a bag to carry their clothes and a sarong or towel to sit on during the performance — and, moreover, to behave themselves. Staffers reserve the right to restrict access to anyone “without suitable self control,” reads a cautionary note.
“Hair” runs Oct. 11 to Jan. 14.
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