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Duluth Playhouse ‘Hair’ cast goes nude

The big question that has been at the center of the Duluth Playhouse’s production of "Hair": Will they or won’t they? They will. The cast of the musical about the 1960s hippie culture goes full monty for about 10 to 15 seconds, a first for the playhouse.
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The Duluth Playhouse has opened the musical "Hair" – and audiences are getting an eyeful. At least, a very quick peek, the Duluth News Tribune reports.

The production about the 1960s hippie culture features a brief nude scene, which the cast agreed to perform with full frontal nudity, a first for the playhouse.

Here's a very brief promo:

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