Hairspray

The Broadway Musical

Summary

In Baltimore of 1962 a rebellious teenage named Tracy Turnblack tries to be one of the featured stars on a popular dace show called "Corny Collin" and wins the "Miss Auto Show" crown as she fights against racial discrimination.

Awards of recognition

The original Broadway production "Hairspray" opened at the Neil Simon theater on August 15, 2002, ran for 2,642 performances and won the 2003 Tony awards for the best musical, best book, and best score. it is Broadway's 21st longest running show ever


Three interesting facts!!(:

1.They celebrate negro day

2.Going steady means friendship/or be close friends.

3.They protested by saying, " Segregation never intergration now."

Five facts about "Hairspray"

1.Some might say she changed the world by the kind act of protesting with her friends for their rights.

2.Tracy was thrown in jail for fighting against discrimination.

3.Segregation was going on at the time.

4.Tracy was friends with her "colored" friends therefor she protested with them

5.Tracy is in love with dancing.

2 Songs

  • " I Hear The Bells " by Marc Shaiman/Nikki Blonsky
  • " Mama I'm A Big Girl Now " also by Marc Shaiman /Nikki Blonsky