Taye Diggs—prolific Twitter follower, giver of grooves, and the original Benny in Broadway’s Rent—is headed back to the Great White Way, this time starring as Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Looks like your dream of watching Diggs strut around in a blonde wig and full glitter makeup is finally coming true!
And the next star of Broadway's Hedwig and the Angry Inch will be...Glee's Darren Criss. He'll take the wig down from the shelf for a limited six week engagement following John Cameron Mitchell's exit on April 26. Criss, at 28, will be the youngest actor to play the role yet.
Start saving your money now because come winter, you're going to want to throw down for some expensive-ass theater tickets. This January, John Cameron Mitchell will start an 8-week stint as the titular role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the musical he originally wrote and starred in.
The days of Dexter are officially over. The first promo shots of Michael C. Hall as Hedwig from Broadway's production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch have been released, revealing a side of the actor that's far different than anything we've come to know since Hall's pre Six Feet Under days.
Broadway's production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch will take a surprising turn when actor Andrew Rannells finishes his run as Hedwig on October 12th. The next performer to pull the wig down from the shelf is none other than Dexter's Michael C. Hall. We know he can sing, but can he do it in heels?
On Monday, the beloved Neil Patrick Harris tweeted that he was excited about having just wrapped a photo shoot with photographer Terry Richardson for Rolling Stone magazine. Calling it a "Bucket List Moment," Harris said the shoot had been "So fun" and that it was full of "Probably pretty provocative prints." Soon…
Neil Patrick Harris wants to show you his trouser snake. The triple threat is following up his nine years on How I Met Your Mother with a stint on Broadway starring in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. As you can tell from these images Annie Leibovitz shot for Vanity Fair, he's more than ready for a rock musical. Damn,…