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Cast of B'way's Hair Sing For Marriage Equality at WeHo 'Be In'

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On Monday, following the taping of their rousing performance on the Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, cast members from the Broadway revival of Hair stopped by Here Lounge in West Hollywood for a "Be In" aimed at promoting marriage equality.

LAist Featured Photos pool contributor current events was there to grab some shots of the performers, and shared this short video clip of the talented bunch singing "Let the Sun Shine In." Also participating in the event were human rights activist Cleve Jones, former Liberty Hill Executive Director Torie Osborn, and screenwriter Dustin Lance Black (Milk). The "tribe" were on a whirlwind trip to LA from NY, chronicled in three Culture Monster blog posts by cast member Gavin Creel (Claude).

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