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Hedwig and the Angry Inch, by John Cameron Mitchell; music and lyrics by Stephen Trask
Go see this show and be ready to rock!
Sunday, June 22, 2008
5.0
Opening night show was absolutely fantastic. The cast and crew of Hedwig and the Angry Inch have worked their magic with this one and I may have to go see it again and again and again... Freddie Ashley and Linda Uzelac did a fantastic job putting this show together! I can't think of any other actor that could do Hedwig more justice than Craig Waldrip. If you've seen him in women's clothing before on stage, you know what I mean... be ready to be mezmerized by his presence. Angela Motter returns to the stage as Yitzhak and shows of her amazing talents as a well rounded triple threat. The band is chock full of seasoned musicians including Dan Bauman, Jen Lowe, Mark Schroeder, and Clint Sowell and they are tight tight tight. In fact, I wish the Angry Inch band would continue to play around town after the show closes, they'd give the rest of the bands a run for their money. Kudos to all involved in putting this show together. Anyone who misses this one will regret it.

OPENING SOON
Independent
by John Babcock
Essential Theatre
CLOSING SOON
Antigone
by Sophocles, translated by Owen McCafferty
Impulse Repertory Co.
Independent
by John Babcock
Essential Theatre
Little Shop of Horrors
by Howard Ashman (words) & Alan Menken (music)
Actor's Express
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Ada and the Memory Engine
by Lauren Gunderson
Essential Theatre
Antigone
by Sophocles, translated by Owen McCafferty
Impulse Repertory Co.
Independent
by John Babcock
Essential Theatre
Little Shop of Horrors
by Howard Ashman (words) & Alan Menken (music)
Actor's Express
The Spy Who Murdered Me
by Kevin Gillese
Agathas: A Taste of Mystery
The Summer of Our Discontent
by various
Onion Man Productions
Uprooting
by Betty Chaney
Academy Theatre

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