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Hedwig fans, brace yourselves: John Cameron Mitchell is coming to Broadway to reprise his legendary performance in the title role of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” a show about a transgender East German rock musician that he developed in the 1990s to acclaim from critics and cult followers. He will begin performances Jan. 21 and continue for eight weeks, the producers announced on Thursday, with Mr. Mitchell already mulling ways to combine his old hard-bitten, improvisational style with the new, breakneck choreography of “Hedwig’s” Broadway incarnation.
“I’m having fun going through the old show in my mind and thinking about throwing in more ad-libs and rock ’n’ roll like we did downtown,” Mr. Mitchell said in a telephone interview, recalling the original runs of “Hedwig” at the Westbeth Theater and Jane Street Theater, where he sometimes performed laying on stage when he was tired or while he was in the bathroom offstage.
“I think it will be more frayed,” Mr. Mitchell said of the way his performance might differ from Neil Patrick Harris’s, who originated the role on Broadway last spring and earned a Tony Award for best actor. “We’ve all changed in the last 25 years. I’ve lost friends who were originally involved with the show. I originally wrote the role to release anger and grief – I’m generally a pretty quiet person – and I haven’t experienced a lot of emotion in that same way in a while. I think I’ll even surprise myself as people come to mind while I’m performing.”
At 51, Mr. Mitchell said he was adjusting the show’s choreography slightly to suit his age, as well as working with a trainer to add muscle and weight. He predicted that the musical number “Sugar Daddy” would be the most challenging because of its athleticism, but added that he planned to keep the bit where Hedwig walks into the audience and balances herself on armrests and shimmies over a theatergoer’s head.