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Darren Criss Is Leaving Hedwig And The Angry Inch & Will Be Replaced By The First Non-White Actor To Play The Role In NYC!

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That's right guys and gals, he's back!

For the first time in over a decade Taye Diggs will be returning to Broadway as the star in the Tony Award-winning hit Hedwig and the Angry Inch!

On July 19, the current star, Darren Criss, is set to exit the production at which point Diggs will take over headlining. He's officially signed on for a 12-week stint with the show, starring opposite Rebecca Naomi Jones and he'll start July 22, 2015!

[ Related: After Bruce Jenner's Reveal, Kendall Jenner Goes to See Hedwig And The Angry Inch! ]

The show revolves around a German emigrant, Hedwig, who is the victim of a botched sex-change operation, as she embarks on her journey to find love and stardom. The revival play — which originally opened as an off-Broadway production in 1998 — relaunched last year with Neil Patrick Harris as its star and ended up winning four Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical.

Since it launched, it's gone through quite a few actors playing the lead including:

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The Original Hedwig Returns! John Cameron Mitchell Is Coming Back To Broadway In The Role He Originated!

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Sometimes in order to go six inches forward you have to go five inches back.

And this January, Hedwig And The Angry Inch is taking it all the way back to the nub — er, the beginning!

After amazing runs by Neil Patrick Harris, Andrew Rannells, and Michael C. Hall, the next electrifying performer to take on the role of Hedwig will be…

[ Photos: Michael C. Hall Will Give You A Standing Ovation In Your Pants As He Takes A Shirtless Bow! ]

John Cameron Mitchell!

The man who literally wrote the book is stepping back into the high heel boots and onto the Broadway stage in the role he originated. He wrote on Facebook:

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Michael C. Hall Will Give You A Standing Ovation In Your Pants As He Takes A Shirtless Bow After A Performance Of Hedwig & The Angry Inch!

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Looks like this Hedwig has more than just one angry inch, if you catch our drift.

Michael C. Hall took a shirtless bow during the curtain call for Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Wednesday — and basically deserves a standing ovation for how lickable his abs are!

[ Photos: Celebrity Abs We're Thankful For ]

Michael took over the Hedwig duties from Girls star Andrew Rannells and is apparently doing a fantastical job!

Well, we're super excited for Michael! And super jealous of whoever gets to help him with his costume changes. Rawr!

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Michael C. Hall Is Set To Take Over In Hedwig & The Angry Inch, Following In Neil Patrick Harris' Footsteps!

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He's really gonna kill it in this performance! BA-DUM-CHA!

Michael C. Hall is set to make his way to a BIG Broadway show in October.

Which show? Oh, just Hedwig and the Angry Inch!

AKA he's following in the footsteps of Neil Patrick Harris and Andrew Rannells!

The Dexter star be playing Hedwig for a limited run, officially starting October 16th and ending on January 4th.

Most recently, Michael was on Broadway in the play The Realistic Joneses with Toni Collette, Tracy Letts, and Marisa Tomei, but this will be his first musical since 2002 when he was in Chicago.

Do you think he'll kill the crowd with his performances every night or butcher it majorly? LOLz!

Dexter jokes aside, we REALLY can't WAIT to see how he portrays Hedwig!

Oh, and let's hope we see lots and LOTS of shirtless pics! Yummy!

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