Hairspray
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Hairspray

Tue, Feb 22 - Sun, Feb 27, 2022

Overture Hall
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Tue 02/22/22 7:30 PM

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Wed 02/23/22 7:30 PM

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Thu 02/24/22 7:30 PM

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Fri 02/25/22 8:00 PM

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Sat 02/26/22 2:00 PM

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Sat 02/26/22 8:00 PM

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Sun 02/27/22 1:00 PM

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Sun 02/27/22 6:30 PM

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Ages 12 and up

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You Can’t Stop the Beat! HAIRSPRAY, Broadway’s Tony Award-winning musical comedy phenomenon that inspired the blockbuster film and live television event, is back on tour! Join 16-year-old Tracy Turnblad in 1960’s Baltimore as she sets out to dance her way onto TV’s most popular show. Can a girl with big dreams (and even bigger hair) change the world?

Featuring the beloved score of hit songs including “Welcome to the 60’s,” “Good Morning Baltimore,” “It Takes Two” and incorporating “Ladies Choice” from the musical film adaption, HAIRSPRAY is “fresh, winning and deliriously tuneful!” (The New York Times).

This all-new touring production will reunite Broadway’s award-winning creative team led by Director Jack O’Brien and Choreographer Jerry Mitchell to bring HAIRSPRAY to a new generation of theater audiences. Don’t miss this “exhilaratingly funny and warm-hearted musical comedy” (The New Yorker).

“If life were everything it should be, it would be more like HAIRSPRAY. It’s irresistible!” – The New York Times