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‘Hedwig,’ Starring Neil Patrick Harris, Joins the Broadway Profit Circle

Following stellar reviews and sell-out business, the Tony-winning revival of the cult musical by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask has recouped its $5 million investment.

Andrew Rannells Is Broadway’s Next Hedwig

A Tony nominee for "The Book of Mormon" and a regular on HBO's "Girls," Rannells will step into the title role on Aug. 20, when Neil Patrick Harris wraps his award-winning run.

Tony Awards Committee Mutes Sound Honors

UPDATED: Since news surfaced on Wednesday that the sound-design awards are history, 10,000 protesters have signed an online petition calling for the decision to be reversed.

Tony Awards Analysis: ‘Gentleman’s Guide,’ ‘Hedwig’ Dominate 68th Annual Broadway Honors

Bryan Cranston, Neil Patrick Harris, Audra McDonald, Sophie Okonedo and Mark Rylance were among winners at the Tony Awards, presented at Radio City Music Hall in a ceremony hosted by Hugh Jackman.

Tonys: How the ‘Hedwig’ Team Turned Neil Patrick Harris Into a Bona Fide Rock Star

John Cameron Mitchell, Stephen Trask, director Michael Mayer and NPH himself dish on what it took to reinvent the "How I Met Your Mother" star as a wailing glam-rock gutter goddess.

Atlantic Records to Release ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch: Original Broadway Cast Recording’

The album will arrive online at all digital outlets July 1 and everywhere July 15, the third Atlantic has released since the original production in 1999.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch: Theater Review

Neil Patrick Harris reigns as the transgender East Berlin rocker who lands on the New York stage via a Kansas trailer park in John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's cult musical.

First Look: Neil Patrick Harris as ‘Hedwig’

Tony-winning director Michael Mayer will stage the Broadway production of John Cameron Mitchell's cult musical, beginning performances in March.

Neil Patrick Harris Returning to Broadway in ‘Hedwig’

The four-time Tony Awards host could be a contender for theater honors himself when he stars in John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's cult musical.