In cooperation with Aggie Central Station, the Manhattan Music Coalition, Able Printing Company, Liberty Press, and The KSU LGBT Resource Center, we are proud to bring Stephen Trask and John Cameron Mitchell’s rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch to Manhattan, KS April 10th-12th and 17th-19th!
Hedwig and the Angry Inch tells the story of a young East German named Hedwig Schmidt who tries to escape his country and come to America by getting a sex change operation and marrying a G.I named Luther. Sadly, the operation is botched and within a year Luther abandons Hedwig. Hedwig is left stranded and penniless in a trailer park in Junction City, Kansas. Eventually, Hedwig falls in love with Tommy. Tommy soon leaves Hedwig when he becomes a Rock and Roll Superstar. Hedwig then forms her own band: The Angry Inch.
Completely produced and performed by local talent, our Hedwig will be staged in Aggieville’s home for live music, Aggie Central Station.
Directed by Heather Branham-Green, with music direction by Ashalen Sims.
Starring Evan Tuttle, Betsy Baddeley, Ashalen Sims, Stephen Keith, Nick Reiter, and Justin Trowbridge.
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Floor/Chair/Bar seats are available for $8.
Our Prime Tables can be reserved for $100 (seats 4-5) with 5 tables available for each show.
Individual seats at non-Prime tables are $15.
Online ticket sales end two days before the night in question, but you can buy tickets for all pricing levels at the door, including our full table seating (email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a full table after the two days prior mark)!
18+ Performance. Patrons under 21 must leave Aggie Central Station at 10pm.