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A message oriented musical that become an instant hit. It seems like people were just waiting for something like this to see. The heart of this award-winning songbook is about Black folks' no longer satisfied with being separate but equal. Though somehow it didnt seem to attract the Black Americans.
This musical is originally based on John Waters's 1988 cult film that bore the same name. Hairspray was placed in early 1960's Baltimore at that time segregation was still the custom. A loud White teenager integrated the local televised dance show as her goal and in the procedure stimulated race riots, interracial romance this resulted in the end of racial "innocence" epoch.
This show was supposed to educate in a lot of different ways. And of course it did. The show starts with the main cast the plump Baltimore teen Tracy Turnblad. She has the sole dream to dance on the popular Corny Collins Show. Tracy of the show becomes every teenager girls heroine as she endures all over weight related insults and fights her way through the conventional barriers to achieve her dreams. And her dream is to on the local TV's "The Corny Collins Show" and not only this she also steal the beauty queen's hunky beau. She is successful and famous overnight but this doesnt satisfy her she wants to fight for the rights of Blacks single handedly. She takes on the race issue of Baltimore, circa 1962, claiming that black music and dancers should be included with Whites instead of being downgraded to a monthly "Negro Day" hosted by Motormouth Maybelle. Her goofy girl-friend plays her part towards this movement by jumping in to a relationship with Nary a backward glance with Maybelle's son without caring about her mom's frenzied but vain protestations. We can say that reality may have little to do in this fun fantasy-with-a-message, play that is based on John Water's 1988 film. The book adaptation of the story was later done by Thomas Meehan and Mark O'Donnell. This award winning show fuses doo-wop, big do's and a civil-rights struggle set in 1960's Baltimore very effectively. Only two years and eight Grammy Awards, the show remains a big hit on Broadway.
The sets of the show are bright colored. The buildings have strange angles like that in cartoons to give it a comical touch. The show is going on in flashes in front of your eyes it finishes so fast as its so exciting and entertaining. But the songs remain in your head long after the play. The songs from the show like Im A Big Girl Now, "Once upon a time I used to play with toys, but now I'd rather play around with teenage boys" and Can't Stop The Beat and the last one with smashing beat Hi, I'm a dork! The songs are catchy and music is really, really good.
Its a complete fun-type entertainment but it has a serious underlined message at its core. The characters interaction is quite funny especially Tracys mothers transformation from a household lady to a fashionable mother of a star is really funny. This has gripped audience attention since it brought home 8 Grammys along with the best music. And I am sure when youll see the show youll know why it is so much appreciated by the critics as well as the spectators.
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