Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Raised a boy in East Berlin, Hedwig undergoes a personal transformation in order to emigrate to the U.S., where she reinvents herself as an “internationally ignored” but divinely talented rock diva, inhabiting a “beautiful gender of one.”

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Film Cast:

  • Hedwig: John Cameron Mitchell
  • Yitzhak: Miriam Shor
  • Skszp: Stephen Trask
  • Jacek: Theodore Liscinski
  • Krzysztof: Rob Campbell
  • Schlatko: Michael Aronov
  • Phyllis Stein: Andrea Martin
  • Hansel – 6 years old: Ben Mayer-Goodman
  • Hansel’s Mom: Alberta Watson
  • Hansel’s Dad: Gene Pyrz
  • Tommy Gnosis: Michael Pitt
  • Tommy’s Publicist: Karen Hines
  • Goth Menses Boy: Max Toulch
  • Sgt. Luther Robinson: Maurice Dean Wint
  • Fat Man: Ermes Blarasin
  • Kwahng-Yi: Sook-Yin Lee
  • Trailer Park Neighbor: Maggie Moore
  • Tranny Hooker: Renate Options
  • Singing Boy (uncredited): Taylor Abrahamse
  • Laundromat Customer (uncredited): Thérèse DePrez
  • Rabid Fan (uncredited): Mary Krohnert
  • HedHead (uncredited): Shane Mackinnon
  • Patron at restaurant (uncredited): Alan Mandell
  • Singer (uncredited): Eileen Murphy
  • Herself: Rosie O’Donnell
  • Renate Options Options – 2nd call girl (uncredited): Mike Potter
  • HedHead (uncredited): Michael Stevens

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Christine Vachon
  • Production Design: Thérèse DePrez
  • Executive Producer: Michael De Luca
  • Editor: Andrew Marcus
  • Musical: John Cameron Mitchell
  • Director of Photography: Frank G. DeMarco
  • Casting: Susan Shopmaker
  • Musical: Stephen Trask
  • Costume Design: Arianne Phillips
  • Line Producer: Colin Brunton
  • Producer: Pamela Koffler
  • Executive Producer: Mark Tusk
  • Set Decoration: Liesl Deslauriers
  • Producer: Katie Roumel
  • Art Direction: Nancey Pankiw
  • Executive Producer: Amy Henkels

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