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Theater review: 'Hairdresser' cutups churn lots of laughs


Guy Voss' troubles begin in grade school during the '60s, when the other boys call him ``Girl Guy.''

''Guy acts like a girl! Are you a girl?'' butch boy Billy teases effeminate Guy.

Then comes Guy's mean drama teacher, Mr. Toad, who won't cast him in a high school production of Flower Drum Song. ''Who would believe you opposite a woman?'' Mr. Toad asks our hero.

As Guy grows up, he is hardened. ''You can become a bitch or you can become a doormat,'' he says during The Last Hairdresser, a 2002 comedy by San Francisco playwright Doug Holsclaw that runs through Aug. 20 at Boom, a Wilton Manors dance club doubling as a theater.

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