I don’t think I could ever pick an absolute favorite Broadway show because I have too many. But. I saw “Hair" on Broadway last Sunday afternoon and was BLOWN away. I’ve always loved the soundtrack from the original cast, as well as other performances/concert versions that have been done in recent years, and grew up with my mother’s love of the show, having seen the original production 40 years ago. I always got the import message "Hair" is about and conveys, and appreciated it for being really the first of it’s kind - a timely/relevent, controversial (to some), rock and roll Broadway musical (not that that description even begins to capture what it truly is!), defining the era in which it was born. And while I thought I fully understood the greater meaning and feeling of this extremely unique musical- I ‘get’ it on a whole other level having seen what I did last weekend. A production that more than does the show itself justice. The story and the music are incredible, and the cast - or, the "Tribe," as they’re very appropriately called - had talent and a connectedness on a level I don’t think I’ve seen in an entire ensemble before. Wow wow wow. Their Tony Award for best musical revival was beyond deserved. This interview with the two male leads in the show is worth watching. But even MORE worth watching is the show itself. Download their new cast recording on iTunes and go see the show (tip: orchestra and/or aisle seats are best, though views from the mezzanine are terrific too - tons of audience interaction)!!! And get me a ticket too so I can see it again!