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'Dear Evan Hansen' Tour Cast Announced - Watch Ben Levi Ross Perform 'You Will Be Found'

The cast for the first national tour of the Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen has been announced and you can watch a preview of Ben Levi Ross as Evan right here!

Ben, who is a member of the Broadway company currently, will be joined in the production by Broadway veterans Jessica Phillips as Heidi Hansen, Christiane Noll as Cynthia Murphy, and Aaron Lazar as Larry Murphy.

Marrick Smith will play Connor, Maggie McKenna has been cast as Zoe, Jared Goldsmith will appropriately play Jared, and Phoebe Koyabe will play Alana.

The tour kicks off on September 25 in Denver and will travel to Los Angeles, Tempe, San Francisco, Costa Mesa, Las Vegas, Seattle, Des Moines, Chicago, and MANY more cities. Tickets for the first three cities are on sale now.

Watch a video of Ben performing “You Will Be Found” alongside choirs from high schools around the country below.


“You Will Be Found” Across The Country | DEAR EVAN HANSEN

Ben Platt Visits 'Dear Evan Hansen' to Watch Friend Taylor Trensch in the Role!

Ben Platt has returned to Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen… as an audience member!

The 24-year-old Tony-winning actor sat in the audience and watched his friend Taylor Trensch perform the role, which he originated.

“I saw a musical. These people were in it. They were good. The boy on the left made me cry,” Ben captioned a photo on Instagram with Taylor and his leading lady Laura Dreyfuss.

Tony winner Rachel Bay Jones, who plays Evan’s mom in the musical, also posted a photo with the two Evans.

Taylor will be starring in the show through the end of the year. Go see it!!!

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Ben Platt Wins at Daytime Emmys 2018, Oscar Away From EGOT!

Ben Platt is so close to winning the award grand slam!

During the 2018 Daytime Emmys on Friday night (April 27), the 24-year-old Broadway star and his Dear Evan Hansen co-stars – including Rachel Bay Jones – won the award for Best Musical Performance in a Daytime Program.

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The cast of the hit Broadway musical won for their performance of “You will Be Found” on The Today Show.

Ben and Rachel are now only an Oscar away from achieving the EGOT grand slam of show business awards.

The co-stars have now won an Emmy, Grammy, and Tony for their roles in Dear Evan Hansen.

Congrats Ben and Rachel!

Broadway's 'Dear Evan Hansen' to Become a Young Adult Novel

The smash hit Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen will soon become a young adult novel that you can read at home!

Val Emmich has written an adaptation of the Tony-winning show, which will be published this October by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

The show’s writer Steven Levenson explained to The New York Times why the creative team behind the musical decided to turn it into a novel.

“We have felt a certain discomfort with the fact that it is so expensive to come see the show, we can only have 1,000 people a night, and there are so many people who can’t come to New York,” he said. “There were people responding to the show without having even seen it, and we did feel like, what are some ways that we can get this show to more people?”

There will also be parts of the book that you don’t get to experience in the show, including moments that are only alluded to on stage. Composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul sent Emmich songs that weren’t used for the musical and Levenson provided scenes that were cut. The material was reworked to be used in the novel!

Noah Galvin Explains Trying to Make 'Evan Hansen' His Own

Noah Galvin is currently starring on Broadway in the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen and he has opened up about trying to make the role his own after taking over for Tony winner Ben Platt.

The 23-year-old actor stopped by the Build Series with the show’s writer Steven Levenson on Tuesday (December 12) in New York City.

“There’s a large part of me that wanted to put my stamp on this role and make it my own, but upon receiving my script and picking apart all of the dialogue I realized that so much of this character lives in Steven’s very, very rich text. There wasn’t much work that I really had to do because it was all there. Like, the self-editing, the repetition in his speech and all that,” Noah said.


How Noah Galvin Makes Evan Hansen His Own
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