There was a time when the landscape was dotted with tie-dyed shirts, long hair and sandals. It was the era of peace and love, and it is the setting for R. Eugene Jackson's Hippie. Beads, Starlet, Moonshine and Daffodil want change at Arnold J. Periwinkle Junior College. They want straight A's for every student, coffee with every exam and free concerts every week. It's a laugh-a-minute as the group clashes with incompetent campus police officers, a high-handed administration, and a group of yuppies who go undercover to infiltrate the hippie clique. Events escalate into a riot led by two little old ladies hired by the yuppies to serve as thugs. Eventually the groups begin to see eye to eye, and everything comes together in a concert thrown by the administration that hilariously spoofs Sonny and Cher's "I Got You, Babe." A gut-buster for audiences of all ages.