Let The Sunshine In – Video
Yesterday, my parents and I went into the city to see Hair (which won the 2009 Tony for best revival of a musical). Um – WOW. I’m obsessed. We realized right before we went in that it was the viagra buy 40th anniversary of Woodstock – what timing! The whole show was an incredible testament to the time period, to activism, to peace, and to freedom. It was the perfect blend of activism and fun. I left realizing both how much and how little have changed in the last 40 years. It is a different time, different people, different causes – but we still need peace, we still need happiness, we still need activism. We need an eco-revolution: we need to generic soft tabs cialis let the sunshine in, to fight against the systems in place that are holding back our world from being a place of peace, beauty, and love. Hair, though initially written about Vietnam, was the perfect testament to what our world should be. It was a protest in the most beautiful, energetic, peaceful way possible. Kudos to director Diane Paulus and the cast – they have bridged the gap between time periods and made the online purchase cialis show entirely relevant and necessary to our world today. And man, was it incredible! Check it out below.