ArrayWhy Watch Dear Evan Hansen
Dear Evan Hansen had its Broadway premier in July of 2015. Since then, it has garnered critical acclaim as well as immense public acceptance, and also won the 2018 Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album. An sentimental and profound contemporary musical, it deals with issues that strike a chord with American millennials and parents who are coping with the changing societal norms and lifestyle. An emotionally charged music score and spellbinding acting, this is the musical you cannot afford to miss!
Dear Evan Hansen tells the story of a teenage boy trying to fit in. Dealing with the vagaries of high school has been a challenge since time immemorial and the challenges have has only exaggerated for millennials, as the protagonist discovers. Navigating issues like depression, anxiety and social conformation, this emotional musical takes us through the journey of Evan as he copes with a friend’s suicide while struggling to find himself along the way.
Young teen audiences | Contemporary drama lovers
"Dear Evan Hansen belongs in that pantheon of musicals that lovers of the form seek to experience over and over again."
– Washington Post
"Extraordinary and Thrillingly Contemporary. This astonishing and intensely beautiful new musical not only understands what it means to be 17 years old today, it observes with singular honesty how warped our understanding of community has become. With a spectacularly rich book and a score that brings tears to your eyes, it’s the best Broadway show of the year."
– Chicago Tribune
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2 PM & 8 PM
2 PM & 8 PM
2 hours and 30 minutes, with 1 intermission
Ben Platt as Evan
Jennifer Laura Thompson as Cynthia
Rachel Bay Jones as Heidi
Michael Park as Larry
Olivia Puckett as Zoe Murphy
Mallory Bechtel will step into the role of Zoe Murphy from July 31st onwards.
"Waving Through A Window", "Sincerely, Me", "Requiem" & "If I Could Tell Her"
Suitable for age 12 and above, no entry for children below age 4
The Music Box is one of the smallest theaters on Broadway, with a capacity of only 800. For tips on how to select the best seats, please refer to our Music Box Theater Seating Chart Guide.
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Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
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