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The Broadway production of Dear Evan Hansen premiered at the Music Box Theatre on November 14, 2016 for previews, before officially premiering on December 4, 2016.

Official description[]

All his life, Evan Hansen has felt invisible. But when a tragic event shocks the community and thrusts him into the center of a rapidly evolving controversy, Evan is given the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to be somebody else.[1]

Trivia[]

  • Dear Evan Hansen is featured in an episode of the podcast "Musicals with Cheese" on December 28, 2018.

Crew[]

Production team[]

Role Individual
Book Steven Levenson
Music and lyrics Benj Pasek
Justin Paul
Director Michael Greif
Choreographer Danny Mefford
Music supervisor Alex Lacamoire
Orchestrator
Scenic design David Korins
Projection design Peter Nigrini
Costume design Emily Rebholz
Lighting design Japhy Weideman
Sound design Nevin Steinberg
Hair design David Brian Brown
Music director Ben Cohn
Conductor
Music coordinators Michael Keller
Michael Aarons
Casting Tara Rubin Casting (Tara Rubin, Lindsay Levine, Eric Woodall, Merri Sugarman, Kaitlin Shaw, Claire Burke and Felicia Rudolph)
Production stage manager Judith Schoenfeld
Stage manager Michael McGoff
Assistant stage manager Danielle Buccino
Production supervisor Juniper Street Productions (Hillary Blanken, Ana Rose Greene, Guy Kwan, Joseph DeLuise, Victoria Bullard and Ross Leonard)
Associate director Adrienne Campbell-Holt
Associate choreographer Jonathan Warren
Vocal consultant Liz Caplan Vocal Studios, Llc.
Production properties supervisor Buist Bickley
Keyboard programmer Randy Cohen
Executive producer 101 Productions, Ltd. (Wendy Orshan, Jeff M. Wilson, Ron Gubin, Chris Morey, Jeff Klein, Justin Black, Beth Blitzer, Emily Goeler, Joel Glassman, Kathy Kim, Robert Nolan, Steve Supeck, Holly Sutton, Oliver Benjoseph and Laura Sisk)
General manager
Producer Stacey Mindich
Mickey Liddell
Hunter Arnold
Caiola Productions
Double Gemini Productions
Fakston Productions
Roy Furman
Harris Karma Productions
On Your Marks Group
Darren Bagert
Adrienne Campbell-Holt
Roger and William Gerlind
Bob Boyett
Colin Callender
Caitlin Clements
Freddy Demann
Dante Di Loreto
Bonnie and Kenneth Field
Fickstern Productions
Eric and Marsi Gardiner
Robert Greenblatt
Jere Harris and Darren Deverna
The John Gore Organization
Mike Kriak
Arielle Tepper Madover
David Mirvish
Eva Price
Zeilinger Productions
Adam Zotovich
Ambassador Theatre Group
Independent Presenters Network
The Shubert Organization
Second Stage Theatre
Jayne Hong
Associate producer Rachel Weinstein

Gross[]

Week ending Potential gross Weekly gross Seats sold Performances % cap
November 20, 2016 $879,536.00 $804,291.20 6756 7 0.00

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