John Cameron Mitchell + Stephen Trask Debut New Show
Return to the Origin of Love: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig
With Amber Martin and Very Special Guests
June 25 & 26 @ The Town Hall, NYC
Presale for Town Hall Members Friday, February 14 @ 12pm EST
Tickets on Sale Tues, February 18 @ 12pm EST
Following 2019’s sold-out, unforgettable three-night engagement at The Town Hall in New York City in honor of last year’s PRIDE50, Hedwig and the Angry Inch co-creators John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask are back with a re-fab’d rock spectacle Return to the Origin of Love: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig, premiering June 25-26, 2020 at The Town Hall. The show will bring our very special co-star Amber Martin, our Broadway band Tits of Clay, special guests, new songs, and revamped projections from designers Cho Su-Hyun and Michael Zumbrun to draw our precious “Hed-heads” back to the Origin for a celebration of one of alt-culture’s most beloved and enduring creations.
Presale for Town Hall members begins Friday, February 14 at 12pm EST. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, February 18 at 12pm EST through Ticketmaster or The Town Hall box office.
VIP level tickets featuring a post-show meet and greet with Mitchell and Trask will be sold from premiere seating, with proceeds benefiting a number of extraordinary organizations working across the LGBTQIA community, including:
Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI), an organization that is dedicated to creating communities for LGBTQ young people, connecting them to vital services and resources, and changing the systems of care they rely on to be more inclusive.
Queer Detainee Empowerment Project (QDEP) assisting folks coming out of immigration detention in securing structural, health/wellness, educational, legal, and emotional support and services.
Chosen Family Law Center (CFLC), provides direct legal services & advocacy for low-income LGBTQIA, non-nuclear, and polyamorous families; trans and gender non-conforming clients; and LGBTQIA asylees fleeing persecution, as well as education to lawyers, therapists, and other professionals to enable them to support these communities with dignity.