Out actor Andrew Rannells on Sunday put in his last performance as Hedwig in the Tony-winning Broadway musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

Hedwig, which had a long off-Broadway run at New York City's Jane Street Theater and was later turned into a movie in 2001 starring John Cameron Mitchell in the title role, tells the story of a transgender rock musician's search for “my other half.”

“My last day at @HedwigOnBway,” Rannells tweeted. “I'm so honored to have played this amazing role. Thank you for all the love and support!”

Rannells, who replaced Neil Patrick Harris in August, will be replaced by Michael C. Hall.

Hall's Broadway resume includes playing the M.C. in Cabaret and Billy Flynn in Chicago. Most recently he starred in The Realistic Joneses. In television, Hall played gay funeral home owner David Fisher for five seasons on the HBO drama Six Feet Under.