Top definition. An exotic woman with a fiery temper. One of the most beautiful creatures on Earth, too bad there are so little of them. Rumored to have a three times as powerful sex drive as normal women rumored by the Germans. Redhead unknown. A person born with hair which is almost entirely red.
Traditionally, the hero's significant other would usually be a blonde , to contrast with the brunette Vamp or Femme Fatale. In their relationship she will probably make him work to win her over for a long time or he won't realize that she's the one for him until the end. Naturally, it's quite common for the Veronica in a Betty and Veronica Love Triangle to be a redhead; the Betty will be a blonde. On top of that, they are also inordinately likely to have green eyes to go with it. One possible source is Robert A. Heinlein 's fondness for hypercapable red-haired heroines he had a red-haired wife. Look out for the large number of Dark-Skinned Redheads in Anime.
Redhead won six Tony Awards when it opened in , including Best Musical. Featuring the legendary Gwen Verdon in the title role and marking the directing debut of none other than Bob Fosse, this Golden Age smash features great songs, high-spirited dancing and a murder mystery, too! When a young actress is murdered in s London, the enterprising Simpson Sisters' Waxworks installs a tableau of the grisly deed. Muscle man Tom Baxter, the actress' friend, comes to complain and there, he meets Essie Whimple, a plain girl with a hyperactive imagination. Smitten with Tom, Essie pretends to have been attacked by the murderer, as well, and hijinks ensue — complete with cunning disguises, spine-tingling chases and an ill-fated show at the Odeon Musical Hall! With a large ensemble cast, Redhead has a variety of great roles for a strong chorus, in addition to a star turn for a "triple-threat" lead actress. The winning, Golden Age score featuring toe-tapping melodies by Albert Hague and witty, memorable lyrics by Dorothy Fields, paired with the heavy dance component, make this show a surefire crowd-pleaser.