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Hedwig and the Angry Inch

by John Cameron Mitchell, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Trask

Winner of both an Obie and a Tony award, Hedwig and the Angry Inch tells the story of a fabulously entertaining, woefully ignored rocker with a legitimate axe to grind. A story of love, betrayal, and a sex change operation gone bad, Rolling Stone Magazine calls Hedwig the first rock musical "that truly rocks".

Hedwig and the Angry Inch brings theater alive with the pouding sounds of Rock 'n' roll and the funny sad voicing of a painful is also an adult, thought-provoking musical about the quest for individuality...the kind of Rocky Horror Picture Show-style event that may inspire a rabid cult following"  - The New York Times

"The most exciting rock score written for the theater since, oh, ever!"  - Time Magazine 

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Meet the Actors of Hedwig & The Angry Inch

Dayna Geiger


This is Dayna’s return to the world of musical theatre after a long break in which she sang lead in her own original rock band, became a mom of two, and perfected her minestrone recipe. She couldn’t have asked for a better re-entry role than Yitzhak, as she has been a huge fan of the show (a Hed-head even) since 1999 when her mind was blown by the original Off-Broadway production. Her last musical theatre role was Ronnette in Little Shop of Horrors, which was one of her favorites. You may also recognize Dayna as a long-time company member of No Holds Bard, where some favorite roles include Gonzalo in The Tempest, a Witch in Macbeth, Ophelia in Hamlet and Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. Dayna is also known to many as an esthetician in the Denver area, that is when she is not performing mom duties like making soup.

Drew Horwitz 


Credits include The Wild Party and As You Like It (Denver Center for the Performing Arts); Equivocation and Cymbeline (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Jesus Christ Superstar (Arvada Center); Man of La Mancha (Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center); Blood Brothers (Downtown Cabaret Theatre); Children of Eden (The Western Stage); seasons with the California and Carolinian Shakespeare Festivals; Burn This and Medea (The Edge Theatre); On Golden Pond (The Barth Hotel); Electra Onion Eater (Buntport Theater); Abundance, American Notes, Crimes of the Heart, Savage in Limbo (Sis Tryst); Godspell and You Can't Take It With You (Miner's Alley Playhouse.) Ouray County residents may recognize Drew from UpstART's No Holds Bard Shakespeare season where he performed the role of Caliban in The Tempest, summer 2017.