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One thing to remember about quoting from the script
Posted by: AlanScott 02:18 pm EST 11/22/20
In reply to: re: Question about recent obit for Lynn Kellogg (Sheila in HAIR) - Chatty2007 11:52 am EST 11/21/20

The version that opened on Broadway in 1968 was never published or licensed. My understanding is that the published script was an amalgam of the original Off-Broadway version, the Broadway version (possibly including revisions made during the run before the publication in 1969) and material that may never have been performed onstage during the run. While the description of Sheila is surely correct, and it may be that those lines were spoken in 1968, unless someone has a stage manager's script or some other archival evidence, I don't know that there's a way to be sure that those specific lines were spoken in 1968.
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