NU’EST’s Ren Exceeds Fabulousness In Concept Photos For Musical “Hedwig And The Angry Inch”
A year after Jamie, here’s NU’EST’s adorable maknae Ren serving us glam and perfection as Hedwig!
There is no stopping NU’EST’s Ren as he shows off his unrivaled fabulosity in concept photos for the musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
🎙 헤드윅 #뉴이스트_렌
& The Angry Inch
2021.7.30~10.31#충무아트센터대극장#뮤지컬헤드윅 #헤드윅 pic.twitter.com/VSYExfJf9r
— 쇼노트 (@shownote) July 29, 2021
On June 23, SHOWNOTE revealed the list of actors who will play the lead for the musical. Alongside renowned actors Oh Manseok, Jo Seungwoo, Lee Kyuhyeong, and Go Eunsung, Ren is expected to breathe his own version as Hedwig.
To excite musical goers and fans of the show, the profile shots of the leads were revealed on July 29. In particular, Ren boasted his deep eyes under a unique atmosphere despite it being a simple black-and-white image.
Subsequently, concept photos were unveiled, displaying each of the leads wearing the signature Hedwig outfit. The youngest Hedwig for this season expressed conflicting charms in colorful and unique emotions conveyed by his melancholy eyes.
Last year, Ren perfectly showed his impressive stage presence as Jamie in the musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. The musical tells the story of a teenager who overcomes prejudice and bullying, stepping out of the darkness to become a drag queen. Not only did he dazzle fans and musical goers, but also proved his delicate acting and various skills, showing his growth as a musical actor.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch also falls on the same path of storytelling. The musical tells the life of a transgender singer from East Germany. Hedwig wants to live a new life through music after overcoming the painful experiences from the past.
As Ren has expanded his performance in the musical industry, expectations are continuously rising on how the 26-year-old idol will attract the public.
Meanwhile, the musical Hedwig And The Angry Inch will amuse fans from July 30 until October 31. The actors will perform at the Chungmu Art Center in Seoul. Furthermore, the first ticket selling has opened on June 29.