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Dear Evan Hansen Tour

Dear Evan Hansen National Tour Locations

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Dear Evan Hansen will be heading to the West End in London in 2019.  it is possible that the show stays there permanently.  This is really huge news.  The fact that it may stay there "For Forever" as they teased shows you how special this show is.

Noel Coward Theatre - Dear Evan Hansen

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Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen is an enthralling and captivating musical that revolves around a high school senior with severe social anxiety. The multi-award winning stage musical has achieved massive critical acclaim with some critics describing it as “One of the most remarkable shows in musical theater history.” Accompanied by contemporary music, the musical offers a personal experience that defines life as it is for several teenagers and young adults.

It has now been a few years since Dear Evan Hansen exploded onto the scene at Broadway filling up the Music Box theatre every single night with ease.  As the show moves forward and the cast evolves in a way thigs are just getting started.  The musical and story is so impactful and so important, yet there are still millions of people who have not seen it yet likely want to.

The National Tour begins in earnest in the fall of 2018.  Dear Evan Hansen will begin hitting cities across the United States.  A tour requires more talent and more casting to spread the message, and the production has been hard at work maintaining a superb cast on Broadway and creating a cast for the touring production.

Will Dear Evan Hansen spread its wings across the Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean?  Who knows but  anything is possible. 

The Cast for the Touring Performances

The success of cast is majorly attributed to the exceptional performance of the Dear Evan Hansen cast. Since the musical’s world premiere in Washington D.C. at the Arena Stage (July 2015), it has received largely positive reviews from audiences. The following are the members of cast and the roles they play on the musical.

Ben Levi Ross: Ben Levi Ross depicts the role of the titular character. His character is a high school senior who suffers from a severe form of social anxiety. When Connor, a high school senior who is a social outcast dies, he starts telling lies to the Connor family about being friends with Connor. He tricks Connor’s family into believing that a letter found in Connor’s pocket was Connor’s letter to him while in truth, Evan write the letter to himself.

Jessica Philips: Jessica plays the role of Heidi Hansen, Evan’s mother. She is a nurse’s aide but at night, attends paralegal school. This makes it hard for her to connect with her son despite her efforts since she often leaves him alone and has no clue of what goes on when she is away. She has raised Evan on her own since she was left by her ex-husband, a fact that contributes to her possessive and jealous behavior over Evan.

Maggie McKenna: Maggie’s character, Zoe Murphy is a long time crush of Evan and Connor’s younger sister. Zoe disliked her brother and were never close, however, after his death; she wishes she had made the effort to know him better. Since Hansen lies about being friends with her late brother, she turns to him for some sort of comfort. When Evan finally comes clean about his lie, she is mad at him at first but later forgives him.

Christiane Noll: Noll is cast as Cynthia Murphy, Zoe and Connor’s mother. Her family is fragile and she is committed to keeping it intact despite failing each time. Although she was never close to her son, she clings on to his memory. Her relationship with her daughter is not good either.

Aaron Lazar: Aaron depicts Larry Murphy, Zoe and Connor’s father. Although he tirelessly works to ensure the financial security of his family, he is emotionally distant, something that his wife hates. Following the death of his son, he becomes close with Evan who enjoys the relationship since he lacked a father figure in his life.

Marrick Smith: Smith plays Connor Murphy, a high school senior with no friends just like Evan. He uses drugs a lot and turns violent when under the influence. Although not close, he is protective of Zoe, her sister. The character commits suicide early in the show and is only brought back in Evan’s imagination.

Phoebe Koyabe: Plays Alana Beck

Jared Goldsmith: Is cast as Jared Kleinman

Stephen C. Anthony: Plays the Alternate version of Evan Hansen

New Song "Part Of Me"

Ben Ross

Life history

Ben Ross, who goes with Ben Levi Ross as his full name, is a 20 year old stage actor. He was born on the 15th of January, 1998. He is a New York born Capricorn.

He is from Los Angles, California. Since his time in the play Dear Evan Hansen, he has been dating a co star who goes by the name Taylor Trensch. He is a part of the Carnegie Mellon University for the class of 2020 where he is a student of musical theatre. He used to be a part of New York University's Steinhardt summer study program. He has also known to release an EP via Bandcamp called A Kink In It All.

Career

Ben Ross had started studying theatre at the age of 7 and his debut was in the stage play Beaky the Duck. In high school, he was a part of the following plays:

  • The Zoo Story
  • Pippin
  • Into the Woods
  • Clybourne Park

He was also known to be performing in the production of Oklahoma for the Interlochen Center for the Arts.

Ben Ross is an actor and a singer who was a National Young Arts finalist in the year 2016. He was a nominee in the Presidential Scholar in the Arts and also a finalist in Music Center Spotlight Award. In “Dear Evan Hansen”, Ben Ross was the understudy for the roles of Evan, Jared and Connor.

Role in Dear Evan Hansen

When talking about Ben Ross, the Director, Michael Greif has said:

“Ben has the instincts, humor, emotional transparency and vocal chops to perfectly introduce this extraordinary character to so many cities across America. The creative team and I have been impressed with Ben since first meeting a year ago, and we’ve watched him develop as an understudy in our Broadway company into a great performer and interpreter of this remarkable role.”

Ben Levi Ross is playing the lead, the role of Evan Hansen for the National Tour for 2018 for the award winning Broadway production of Dear Evan Hansen. His character is a high school senior who struggles with a severe anxiety issue and is assigned to write letters to himself, telling him why each day would be good by his therapist and this ends up being a good catalyst for the plot of the story. He never had friends but has a crush of Zoe Murphy. After Connor’s death, Evan starts saying that he was friends with Connor as a letter of Evan was found in Connor’s pocket which the Connor family thought had belonged to Connor himself and he had written it to Evan and not the other way round.

Ross is already receiving extremely positive feedback from fans of Dear Evan Hansen on the National Tour.  Fans in Denver, Los Angeles, and Tempe are raving about his performances as the lead character Evan Hansen.

Jessica Phillips

Introduction

Jessica Phillips is an American actress who was born in the year 1971, on the 3rd of November. In addition to being an actress, she is a singer too. She is best known for her roles in a lot of multiple Broadway shows and her appearance in Law and Order: Special Victims Unit as Pippa Cox.

Jessica Phillips was born to Dr. Gary Phillips and Alice Phillips. Her father was a writer and a religious historian and a writer. She was born in Nashville but was raised in Sutton, Massachusetts.

Career and Education

She initially started being a dancer and then later on turned into an actor. She studied the Linklater Technique when she was in her teens and later on, trained under Kristin Linklater herself.

Jessica graduated from the Worcester Academy, which is in Worcester, Massachusetts, in the year 1989. She got a BFA in Musical Theatre in the year 1994 from the Emerson College situated in Boston.

With her first audition after college, she got the role of Mrs. Walker in the broadway tour of The Who’s Tommy. She is also known to be a part of Joseph and the Amazng Technicolor Dreamcoat. She also performed as a demo singer on the radio.

She was also a part of the other Broadway shows like The Scarlet Pimpernel as Marguerite, Next to Normal as Diana, Priscilla and Queen of the Desert as Marion and most recently she has been a part of the Leap of Faith as Marla.

Nominations

She has been nominated by NBC for the category of Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Serial for the 2016 Emmy awards but was not a part of the final round.

Role in Dear Evan Hansen

She plays the role of Heidi Hansen in the broadway production of Dear Evan Hansen. The musical was originated from an incident that took place when Pasek was in high school. The musical is basically about a teenager, Evan Hansen “who invents an important role for himself in a tragedy that he did not earn” according to the Washington Post.

She is the mother to Evans Hansen, who is the lead. She is a nurse and attends the paralegal school during the night. This results in Evan being on his own through most of the day. She can not connect with Evan because of her not being around and not understanding what he goes through during the course of the day. She somehow ends up being jealous of the fact that some other family is showing in Evan and once she gets to see herself failing at things more than just her life, she is able to see Evans sorrow, that he hides quite well and is able to perceive this realization to be a wakeup call for her in terms of her being able to change the way she was living her life.

Dear Evan Hansen: A Heartfelt Look into the Adolescent Experience

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Dear Evan Hansen is the epitome of a modern musical. The show is set firmly in the mid 2010’s with technology and social media at the core of its plot, catering directly to its target audience of the teenagers and young adults of today while also connecting to people of all ages.

Winning the Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Original Score, and Best Book of a Musical, the crew behind the production take full advantage of their target audience. Musical theatre is becoming increasingly more popular with young people, so with it's music, characters and plot, Dear Evan Hansen is almost irresistible to them. 

The show, with music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, and book by Steven Levenson,

deals with some pretty heavy subject matter, but they’re issues that are very hot topics at the moment. The heavy themes of mental illness, suicide, and struggling families are confronting, but as they become more prominent in real life, the need to portray these issue seriously in theatre is more crucial than ever.

Dear Evan Hansen handles these themes with grace and honesty. It makes a point of giving all of its characters flaws but still allowing them the chance for redemption. Unlike many other shows, Dear Evan Hansen acknowledges the effects mental illnesses can have on teenagers and doesn’t avoid talking about therapy or medication, making it an important show for people struggling with mental illness themselves.

Social media and technology are an integral part of the plot, and this is mainly conveyed through the set. Scenic designer David Korins uses portable LED platforms with projected images to create a visual for the world of the internet, making it a tangible presence. Social media feeds, pictures, and posts flicker across the stage, bringing the technology to life on a large scale. This is used to represent both the sense of community that can be found online, as well as the overwhelming amount of information and the permanency of everything that's shared there.

The more natural and organic moments of the show, such as the Murphy house and the apple orchard, are brought to life by lighting designer Japhy Weideman. The cold, sharp cyber world is softened and made gentle with beams of light. These lights, shining at different intensities and colors, are cued with the music, pulsing and flowing like the heart of the show.

The characters are all incredibly human, that the audience is guaranteed to find themselves in at least one of them. The dialogue is written and performed so naturally, it could have been recorded from the living room of any family. It’s a little shocking just how accurately the cast manages to portray conversations between teenagers and their parents in a way that isn’t overdone or patronising. It’s a rare thing in theatre to have such natural dialogue, and it’s truly refreshing.

The soundtrack is yet another reason the show is so popular with young people. The pop-rock tracks, with their gorgeously melodic vocals and guitar riffs, sound like they'd be just as at home on the radio as they would on a cast album. Straying from the usual conventions of show tunes, the tracks are contemporary and easy to listen to. The album as a whole feels like the fading light of a sunset - warm, bittersweet and cathartic. 

Ben Platt’s knockout performance as the socially anxious Evan is enough incentive on it's own to see the show. Not only is his voice outstanding, but he has a clear emotional connection to the character that makes him so much deeper than the stock awkward teenaged boy that he could have been. Platt brings Evan Hansen to life with personal touches that make him endearing, sympathetic, and quietly funny all at once. As well as representing every person who has ever been “on the outside always looking in”, Platt’s Evan is his own person. Evan’s dialogue is unique - he stutters, he starts sentences three times over, and while the second-hand embarrassment is rife, it's only because so many of us have experienced it ourselves.

Another stand-out performer is Rachel Bay Jones in her role as Heidi Hansen, Evan’s overworked single mother. Jones’s husky voice adds warmth to the music, and brilliantly conveys the stress and frustration of a mother trying to be there for a child who keeps pushing her away. Heidi Hansen is a sympathetic representation of every mother, and a reminder that trying your best doesn't mean you can't make mistakes.

The most important thing that Dear Evan Hansen does is start a conversation. With the rising rate of mental illness, there's no better time for this show to exist. The amount of research and care put in by the actors and creative team means that the story is honest, empathetic and compassionate. It's a true representation of young people struggling with their mental health and how it affects their friends and the people around them. It's also a critical look at the way we view teen suicide and how it often isn't treated with the respect it deserves.

Dear Evan Hansen is a light in the darkness, a hand reaching out in support. It's a reminder that everyone on this earth has value and the things they do will affect someone else's life. The show connects with anyone who feels like they don't belong, and assures them that they matter.The emotional depth to this show is incredibly touching as it shines a light on the truths we often hide from ourselves while at the same time reminding us that it's ok not to be perfect.

The digital age that we live in is frightening and new, but Dear Evan Hansen illuminates the humanity in all of us and brings comfort to the confusion of this new world. The set, lighting and cast come together to create a beautifully complex show, providing a uniquely honest and vulnerable experience that is guaranteed a place amongst the Broadway classics in years to come. 

Cast Changes On Broadway

Although Dear Evan Hansen has been running for quite a while, the changes in the original Broadway cast has been rather minimal. Ben Platt was the initial Broadway cast member in the role of Evan Hansen. The role has since been played by Noah Galvin and Taylor Trensch. Mike Faist has also been replaced with Alex Bolniello for the character of Connor Murphy.

2018 and 2019 Tour Schedules

The following are the 2018 2019 Dear Evan Hansen tour schedules. Dear Evan Hansen San Francisco is hosted at the Curran Theatre

09/25/18 - 10/13/18: Denver Center for the Performing Arts

10/17/18 - 11/25/18: Ahmanson Theatre

11/27/18 - 12/02/18: ASU Gammage

12/05/18 - 12/30/18: The Curran

01/01/19 - 01/13/19: Segerstrom Hall

01/15/19 - 01/20/19: The Smith Center

01/23/19 - 02/02/19: Paramount Theatre

02/05/19 - 02/10/19: Des Moines Civic Center

02/12/19 - 03/10/19: Oriental Theatre

03/12/19 - 03/17/19: Durham Performing Arts Center

03/19/19 - 03/24/19: Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center

03/26/19 - 04/07/19: Broward Center for the Arts

04/09/19 - 04/14/19: Straz Center

04/16/19 - 04/21/19: Dr. Phillips Center

04/23/19 - 04/28/19: The Fox Theatre

04/30/19 - 05/12/19: Aronoff Center

05/14/19 - 05/19/19: Shea's Performing Arts Center

05/21/19 - 05/26/19: Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Heinz Hall

05/28/19 - 06/09/19: The Orpheum

06/11/19 - 06/30/19: Playhouse Square

                         Connor Palace

07/02/19 - 07/07/19: Peace Center

07/10/19 - 08/04/19: Boston Opera House

08/06/19 - 09/08/19: The Kennedy Center

Dear Evan Hansen Music Album

The music album was released in February, 2017. It contains songs such as Waving Through a Window, Requiem and You Will be Found among others.

Dear Evan Hansen Awards

Dear Evan Hansen has won multiple awards that include Outer Critics Circle Awards, Helen Hayes Award, Obie Awards, Drama Desk Awards, several Tony Awards, Grammy Awards and Daytime Emmy Awards among various others.

Dear Evan Hansen – A Glimpse Into One of the Most Unique Musicals of Broadway!

As the title suggests, Dear Evan Hansen is unlike any other musical that Broadway has ever seen. We're used to happy and cheerful musicals that left nothing but smiles on the faces of the patrons. But, this play tackles a common teenage problem; anxiety. One would expect that such a play wouldn't be a hit amongst a community a viewers that isn't used to watching gloomy performance. However, Academy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Helen Hayes Awards, DLAs, Grammys and a bunch of other honors beg to differ.

Dear Evan Hansen is a musical with the music and the lyrics by the duo of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. The inspiration for the story also came from none other than Pasek's childhood. Pasek, along with Paul, has been critically acclaimed for being one of the best song-writers in the world right now. They've claimed Golden Globe, as well as an Academy Award for their contribution to the move The Greatest Showman. Pasek was in high school when an incident took place that was the foundation for this musical.

The Cast

Dear Evan Hansen rounded up a few of the best Broadway Actors and Actresses in the country. The cast is frequently changing every now and then. A short biography of each cast member (and their replacements) are given below:

Evan Hansen

Evan Hansen was played by Ben Platt for over three years. Platt, born on September 24, 1993, recieved numerous awards for his portrayal of Hansen. He's been a huge part of Broadway by playing major roles in huge musicals like The Book of Mormon. Other than musicals, he also played the character of Benji Applebaum in the musical franchise The Pitch Perfect. Platt will be replaced by Ben Levi Ross in the upcoming Nation Wide Tour of the musical in 2018.

Heidi Hansen

The character of Heidi Hansen was played by Rachel Bay Jones. Born on November 8, 1969, Jones is no stranger to the Broadway scene. She has been in this field since the early 1990s when she was an understudy for the lead in Meet Me in St. Louise. She has played the lead in over half a dozen musicals and earned a list of awards for Dear Evan Hansen. She won a Tony Award, a Lucille Lortel Award, a Grammy and an Emmy for her outstanding performance.

Zoe Murphy

Laura Dreyfuss, born on August 22, 1988, is going to be portraying Zoe, Evan's crush. Dreyfuss was a part of the musical TV series Glee, so it's safe to say she has had her fair share of musicals. She has a BFA in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory. Laura Dreyfuss won a Grammy for her performance as Murphy.

Songs

The songs in the two acts of the musicals are listed below. There were some discrepancies between the opening numbers of a few tours, but most of the songs are the same for everywhere the crew performed.

Act 1

"Anybody Have a Map?" – Heidi, Cynthia

"Waving Through a Window" – Evan

"For Forever" – Evan

"Sincerely, Me" – Connor, Evan, Jared

"Requiem" – Zoe, Cynthia, Larry

"If I Could Tell Her" – Evan, Zoe

"Disappear" – Connor, Evan, Alana, Jared, Larry, Cynthia, Zoe 

"You Will Be Found" – Company 

Act 2 

"Sincerely, Me" (Reprise) – Connor, Jared

"To Break in a Glove" – Larry, Evan

"Only Us" – Zoe, Evan

"Good for You" – Heidi, Alana, Jared, Evan

"For Forever" (Reprise)" – Connor

"You Will Be Found" (Reprise) – Company

"Words Fail" – Evan 

"So Big/So Small" – Heidi 

"Finale" – Company 

Awards

As mentioned a little earlier, Dear Evan Hansen won a great number of awards for its phenomenal script, songs and acting. A list of every award that the musical received is given below:

Awards

Categories

Helen Hayes Award

Outstanding Musical

Helen Hayes Award

Outstanding Direction

Helen Hayes Award

Outstanding Ensemble

Outer Critics Circle Award

Outstanding New Musical

Outer Critics Circle Award

Outstanding Book of a Musical

Drama Desk Award

Outstanding Lyrics

Oble Awards

For Musical Theatre

Oble Awards

For Distinguished Performance

Tony Awards

Best Musical

Tony Awards

Best Book of a Musical

Tony Awards

Best Original Score

Tony Awards

Best Performance by a Lead

Tony Awards

Best Performance by an Actress

Tony Awards

Best Orchestrations

Drama League Award

Outstanding Production

Grammy Awards

Best Musical Theatre Album

Daytime Emmy Award

Outstanding Musical Performance

Upcoming Shows

Dear Evan Hansen will be airing in the following cities on the given dates...

Cities

Dates (2018)

Los Angeles

October 17 - November 25

Tempe

November 27 - December 2

San Francisco

December 4 - December 3

 

Cities

Dates (2019)

Costa Mesa

January 1 - January 13

Las Vegas

January 15 - January 20

Seattle

January 23 - February 3

Des Moines

February 5 - February 10

Chicago

February 12 - March 10

Durham

March 12 - March 17

Charlotte

March 19 - March 24

Ft. Lauderdale

March 26 - April 26

Tampa

April 9 - April 14

Orlando

April 16 - April 21

Atlanta

April 23 - April 28

Cincinnati

April 30 - May 12

Buffalo

May 14 - May 19

Pittsburgh

May 21 - May 26

Minneapolis

May 28 - June 9

Cleveland

June 11 - June 30

Greenville

July 2 - July 7

Boston

July 10 - August 4

Dear Evan Hansen - 3/27

Dear Evan Hansen continues to expand and the show even builds upon its brilliance with new members of the cast.  There are a handful of new locations announced for a national tour that will surely last for years if not decades.  Dear Evan Hansen will be heading to Boston, Pittsburgh, Des Moines, and Orange County at the Segerstrom Center.  #youwillbefound   

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You Will Be Found is an uplifting anthem celebrating the kindness of humanity and the connections that can be made through social media. Evan’s struggle with his mental illnesses are a central point of the show, and in this song he reaches out to other people like him and encourages them to ask for help.

This Act 1 closer starts with Evan singing alone, and ends with the entire cast sharing his message of community and compassion. A unique aspect of this song are the voices used to represent comments on the video of Evan’s speech - these overlapping voices highlight the positive aspects of social media and how it can be used as a platform to spread important messages.

On a more specific note, the song communicates Evan’s longing for the kind of friendship he fabricated with Connor. He sings about how when you’re at your lowest, someone will be there to help you. This is something he wished for, but for most of his life he has been alone and friendless. It was only after supporting Connor’s family and showing that he cared that he was able to form connections with people and come out of his shell.

The song’s message that none of us are truly alone shines through the bright harmonies of the second half of the song that contrasts Evan’s solo in the beginning, creating a beautiful anthem of hope. As the centre piece of the show, the song represents the warmth and heart of the story as a whole.                                                                            

If I Could Tell Her comes before Evan’s shining moment, and it really shows how awkward and shy his character is. The song is sweet and funny, and refreshingly dorky for a would-be love song. Evan attempt to subtly let Zoe know how he feels about her through things he pretends her brother said.

It’s endearing listening to Evan fumble his way through complimenting Zoe while not giving himself away. There’s nothing smooth or confident about the way Evan speaks, no clever lines that he uses to seduce Zoe - he’s just a clumsy, socially anxious boy who genuinely likes this girl but doesn’t know how to say it.

There’s a tight balance between Evan confessing his feelings and keeping up the facade that they were Connor’s words. Of course, Connor never talked to Evan about his sister, so we know that these are things Evan has noticed. They’re tell-tale signs of a high-school crush, like picking up on her nervous habits, but these observations never stray into creepy or weird.

Rather than take the cliched love-at-first-sight route, Dear Evan Hansen builds up the romance between Evan and Zoey slowly, allowing the audience to root for them. It feels real and genuine, and the soft, playful music accompanying the song paints a perfect picture of the uncertainty of first love.

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Dear Evan Hansen - 3/8/2018

Dear Evan Hansen welcomes a new cast member on March 13th.  Phoenix Best is taking over the role of Alana Beck in the Tony winning, smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen.  Best was most recently touring with Les Miserables and has earned high praise for her role in The Color Purple and Dreamgirls.

Dear Evan Hansen - 2/25/2018

There is always exciting things happening with the musical Dear Evan Hansen.  The biggest piece of news recently is the transition of the actor playing the title role Evan Hansen.  That change has taken place and we have seen the shift from Noah galvin to Taylor Trensch.  Trensch received rave reviews for his work in the smash hit Hello, Dolly! and has been unilaterally praises thus far for his work pioneered by ben Platt as Evan Hansen.

Dear Evan Hansen is also gearing up for its National Tour which will likely last many,many years and perhaps even include an International Tour.  Dear Evan Hansen is now hosting open casting calls as it expands operations.  The first casting call is for the lead role but surely there will be several more as they round out a cast.

Taylor Trensch

Life History

Born on the 3rd of May, 1989, Taylor Hunt Trensch is a renowned stage actor that is known for many roles among them, Dear Evan Hansen. He was born in Tampa Florida where he started his theatrical education. He attended the Howard W Blake School of the Arts located in Tampa Florida where he majored in acting and was a student under Eric Davis. He graduated from the institution in 2007 after which he proceeded to the Elon University in which he focused on musical theatre by enrolling into the institution’s musical theatre program. Taylor displayed remarkable talent and started landing acting role even before his graduation.

Early Start in Acting

Taylor Trensch commenced his acting career while still at the Howard W Blake School of the Arts. During his senior year, he was cast in the role of Blake’s Troupe 5742. His representation of the character was so brilliant that he got awarded Most Outstanding Performer Award given by the Florida State Thespian Society. As a sophomore at Elon University (2009), Taylor was cast in Spring Awakening’s national tour. He was replacement for the original touring member of cast Blake Bashoff. Juggling acting and school was a challenge and he had to take a leave from school in order to work on the tour. Taylor started pursuing the role while still at the Howard W. High School of the Arts when he made audition videos and submitted them as part of the application.

Taylor has had a number of regional credits that include Frank ‘N’ Furter in The Rocky Horror Show, Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors as well as Jason in Rabbit Hole. All of these were hosted at the Lake Dillon Theatre located in Dillon, Colorado.

Broadway Experience

On the 24th of January, 2012, Taylor made his debut on Broadway in New York City’s production of Wicked in which he played the role of Bloq. He joined the members of cast of Wicked on a limited contract that ended April 22, 2012. He was brought into the project to cover for Etai BenShlomo who had been away working on another project. After the conclusion of his Broadway contract, Taylor landed another gig off-Broadway. Starting November of the same year, Taylor was cast in the role of Peter in an off-Broadway production of Bare. The project was hosted at the New World Stages and had a run between 19th of November, 2012 and 3rd of February, 2013.

Another notable Broadway role that Taylor has played is his depiction of Christopher Boone, the lead character in the original Broadway production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time that opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in October of 2014. Sharing the role with Alex Sharp, Taylor Trensch was featured in select performances of the show. Trensch played the role through to 12th September, 2015.  Their work in the project was pretty impressive and proceeded to win 5 Tony Awards including awards in the categories Best Actor in a Play and Best Play.

In April of 2013, Taylor opened in the character of Michael Wormwood in Matilda the Musical’s original Broadway production. He played the role through to June of the following year. The show managed to bag twelve 2013 Tony Award nominations.

Taylor worked alongside some big names in showbiz including Bette Midler when he got featured in the Revival of Hello, Dolly. In the show, Taylor was featured to depict the role of Barnaby Tucker. Broadway previews of the show started on 15th March, 2017 while the official opening was at the Shubert Theatre on April 20th. Despite working with seasoned actors in the show, Taylor still managed to shine.

Role in Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen is among the most significant roles he has played throughout his career. He portray the titular character Evan Hansen, a role he assumed on the 6th of February, 2018 on-Broadway at the Music Box Theatre. His character is a high school senior with a social anxiety disorder. His condition makes it hard for him to connect with or even make friends with other people. After the unfortunate death of a classmate, he fabricates a lie that brings him closer to the classmate’s family and helps him realize his purpose.

Dear Evan Hansen – 12/5/17

The cast of Dear Evan Hansen (original, including Ben Platt) achieved a first ever milestone by reaching the #1 spot in the Dance Club Songs Chart.  The remixed version of “Waving Through A Window” is the track that reached this level.  The cast album for Dear Evan Hansen has spent all 42 weeks since its release in the top three of the Billboard rankings for cast albums. 

Noah Galvin has more than admirably stepped into the iconic blue striped polo of Evan Hansen worn so masterfully by the departed Ben Platt.  Galvin is earning rave reviews for his performance as the lead character in Dear Evan Hansen and performed some of the key tracks on Thanksgiving Day on the television coverage.

Celebrities continue to flock to the Music Box Theatre to see Dear Evan Hansen much like they have and do so for Hamilton.  The show is truly reaching that status level.  Katie Holmes, Beyonce, prominent politicians, Kerry Washington, Katy Perry, Jane Fonda, and many others have made their way to the show.  Dear Evan Hansen continues to mesmerize fans of all stripes and will do so for a very long time.

Dear Evan Hansen – 11/17 Update

Dear Evan Hansen made a couple of very exciting announcements recently.  One of the announcements is the release of new music never before heard by any audience.  The musical is releasing a new disc that includes the smash hit “Waiving Through a Window” and a new track titled “In the Bedroom Down The Hall”.

Additionally, there is an upcoming book about Dear Evan Hansen as well.  On November 21st the book Through The Window hits the shelves and offers fans an exclusive, behind the scenes look at the stunningly successful musical Dear Evan Hansen

In a recent interview with Variety, lead actor Ben Platt discusses the excitement of meeting one of his idols – Beyonce.  Platt is mesmerized by Beyonce’s ability to sing and dance simultaneously at the incredible level she does in her performances.  Receiving a compliment from the Queen was one f the highlights of the incredible run Platt has enjoyed via Dear Evan Hansen

Platt, whose father produced Wicked, rose to prominence initially with his role in the huge hit The Book Of Mormon.  Platt is moving on soon but the show Dear Evan Hansen is just getting started.  The show continues to sell out every single performance several months in advance and will embark on a multi-year National tour in 2018.  Stay tuned for more updates.

DEAR EVAN HANSEN MUSICAL PRODUCTION REVIEW

Dear Evan Hansen has surpassed Josh Groban as Broadway’s biggest new hit. With $1.1 million in its pockets, this musical is creating a huge buzz that is drawing ardent fans across the board. Its average ticket price of $141 remains one of the highest box office rates in its niche. This amazing hit was originally in book form and the creativity of Steven Levenson led to its seamless transition to a wave-making high school musical. Benj Pasek and Justin Paul wrote the musicals for Dear Evan Hansen. It is on track to be one of the most successful pieces of musical theater ever to originate in Washington.

The plot is centered on the peculiar problem of communicating in a time where technology has made it easier to reach out to people. Evan Hansen is a friendless high school student who achieves Internet fame due to a misunderstanding he perpetuates in regards to his supposed closeness to another troubled classmate who committed suicide. The twists in the story line help to accentuate the challenges that the younger generation face in today’s world. The gripping effects of the story and the raw show of emotions make this story one of the most amazing productions to ever grace Broadway.  Parents can gain more insight and understanding into their children.  Children can watch and learn how challenging it is for their parents to understand them at times.  Grandparents, well, they will get to view this communications conundrum from all angles and certainly gain a good chuckle along the way.

This record-setting, sold-out musical has been attracting positive reviews from leading names in the industry and beyond. Peter Marks of the Washington post calls it ‘’A heart-piercing trip to the place that musical theater can sometimes take us to.’’ He believes that this musical, which was first performed on November 14, 2016, holds the ace in every range. On the other hand, Charles Isherwood of the New York Times proclaims “This is a superb musical with great heart and humor.’’

When you leave a musical with one or two great songs running through your head, it can be said to be a success. However, leaving a musical with about 10 great songs running through your head is pretty much unheard of. The power of Dear Evan Hansen has set a new height that may not be surpassed by any production for many years.  This is a performance that anyone serious about the arts absolutely must see and a performance certain to draw in permanently that first time attendee to a Broadway performance. 

This production pairs the Tony-nominated composing team of Justin Paul and Benj Pasek, the three time Tony Award nominated director, Michael Greif and the award-winning playwright, Steven Levenson in a very remarkable journey that will change the face of high school musicals.

The cast of the musical include Ben Platt, Laura Dreyfuss, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Will Roland and so much more.

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Dear Evan Hansen - 10/17 Update

The wait is finally over as fans of Dear Evan Hansen heard about who will be taking over for the Tony Award Winner Ben Platt in the role of Evan Hansen.  Platt is set for his final performance on November 19th.  At that point a dear friend of Platt and the show, Noah Galvin, will take over the lead role for a limited run.

DEAR EVAN HANSEN Wins the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album from r/Broadway
Hi everyone! My college professor (Lisa Brescia) is going to be in “Dear Evan Hansen” on Broadway and I just wanted to brag about her. She’s amazing and is gonna kill it! from r/Broadway

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