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Pull The Wig Down Off The Shelf With Slow Burn’s Hedwig

Slow Burn Theatre hembraces this glam/grunge rock musical headlined by a protagonist who suffered a botched sex-change operation. It’s an in-your-face raunchy celebration of alternative sexuality, a show that recognizes absolutely no bounds and revels in it.

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Comedian, Rock Star, Memoirist—Mike Westrich’s Dazzling Hedwig Is All Three

It’s fun — and in the two hours of Outre Theatre Company’s transportive production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, even somehow plausible—to believe that Mike Westrich always has been Hedwig and always will be Hedwig. Free of camp, and gracious even when she’s delivering bawdy double entendres, this Hedwig disappears into the actor as much as the actor becomes her

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