As one of the most iconic rock musicals of all time, staging Hedwig And The Angry Inch is by no means an easy task to tackle. Written by John Cameron Mitchell and composed by Stephen Trask, the play requires in-depth character studies, a wry sense of humour, outrageous talents and an informed understanding of music and literature.
Chanudom Suksatit, left, as Hedwig and Ratchawin Wongviriya as Yitzhak.
“Hedwig And The Angry Inch has these universal messages that we all can relate to in one way or another,” said director Dangkamon Na Pombejra, who will be bringing the cult musical to the Mongkol Studio, RCA, next Thursday.
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