The Q Collective is producing a non-union production of John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask’s groundbreaking, Obie-winning Off-Broadway musical HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, in which the “internationally ignored song stylist” Hedwig Schmidt, herself, tells us her wild life story, as a fourth-wall smashing East German rock ‘n’ roll goddess who also happens to be the victim of a botched sex-change operation. This outrageous and unexpectedly powerful story is dazzlingly performed by Hedwig (née Hansel) in the form of a rock gig/stand-up comedy backed by the hard-rocking band The Angry… Read more Call for Musicians! →
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The Q Collective will hold non-union auditions on Monday, April 8, for John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask’s groundbreaking, Obie-winning Off-Broadway musical HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH. We seek to… Read more Reminder: Auditions for Hedwig →
Transluminate: Exploring Gender and Sexuality on the Stage | Gender and Sexuality in St. Louis | Washington University in St. Louis
A cold rain had settled over the city, nevertheless, patrons bundled up and made their way through The Chapel’s door. The Chapel, a converted neogothic not-for-profit… Source: Transluminate: Exploring Gender and Sexuality on the Stage | Gender and Sexuality in St. Louis | Washington University in St. Louis
HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH will be directed by Jordan Woods with assistance by Camille Fensterman, music direction by Holly Barber, costume design by Lauren Smith, and sound and lighting design by Jim Robert. Casey Richards joins as stage manager and Flynn Hayes as costume master.
The Q Collective is so very excited to announce the artists being featured in this year’s Transluminate: Julian Sun, Liam Oldelm, and Charlie Blake.
Whether you attended our panel on Intimacy, Sexuality, and Consent On Stage or not, we invite you to take part in the survey below. This vital discussion was only the beginning. Now, we look to the future and what else we can do. Thanks!
We want to send a big thank you to everyone who attended last night’s panel discussion on Intimacy, Sexuality, and Consent On Stage! This first step in the conversation was enlightening for us here at the Q and I hope for everyone who was there.