Hair / 1970
Los Angeles / Aquarius Theatre
Aquarius Theatre during the Los Angeles run of HAIR
As a member of the architectual design group "The Fool", Marijke Koger-Dunham created what was
at the time the largest mural in the world. It took two months to complete with the help of several
Los Angeles art students. (Other theaters where HAIR played were also decorated:
the Shubert in Chicago, the Geary in San Francisco and the Vestpocket in Seattle.)
Note: the Aquarius Theatre was actually the old Earl Carrolls Hollywood of the 1930's-1940s.