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The production received mostly enthusiastic reviews.
Crummere was also consulted when deciding when the show would open on Broadway and in other cities.
Few major revivals of Hair followed until the early 1990s.
The show rejected every convention of Broadway, of traditional theatre in general, and of the American musical in specific.
In 1966, while the two were developing Hair, Ragni performed in The Open Theater's production of 's play, , a story about young men being deployed to the Vietnam War.