A new show is debuting that you could call the follicle follies, 10TV's Andrea Cambern reported Wednesday.
The "Hair Theater" is entertainment for a good cause, helping raise money for wigs for those undergoing medical treatments.
It was conceived, and choreographed by Pat Wynn Brown, a motivational speaker, author and cancer survivor, Cambern reported.
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Wynn Brown is helping others heal with a good dose of laughter and love, and a show devoted to hairdos.
"Hair Theatre is all about hair, whether it's there or not, yours or store bought," Wynn Brown said.
The stage show focuses on life's tragedies and celebrates its triumphs with music, dance and lots of different hairstyles.
The star of the performance is six children who have battled cancer, and lost their hair in the process, Cambern reported.
"We call them our star wig recipients," Wynn Brown said.
Samantha McCarthy lost her battle with cancer last fall.
She was able to perform in spirit because her grandmother proudly played understudy, Cambern reported.
"It's very important, for all the kids and for me, it was for my granddaughter, my way of honoring her," said McCarthy's grandmother Patti Sidner.
To date, Wynn and her troupe have provided wigs to 625 people, Cambern reported.
All proceeds from the event go to the Wig Fund at The Columbus Foundation. Performances will be held at the Dublin Recreation Center.
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