Dear Evan Hansen

Currently on sale until January 06, 2019

Dear Evan Hansen
Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Evan Hansen

*Dear Evan Hansen is very heavily sold. Best availability post-September 2018*

Running Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes
Intermission: Yes

The winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical, DEAR EVAN HANSEN is the deeply personal and profoundly contemporary musical about life and the way we live it.

A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed he could have. Evan Hansen is about to get the one thing he's always wanted; a chance to finally fit in.

Standard Schedule
PLEASE NOTE: Dear Evan Hansen's performance schedule varies and is subject to change.

Monday: No Performance
Tuesday: 7PM
Wednesday: 2PM & 8PM
Thursday: 7PM
Friday: 8PM
Saturday: 2PM & 8PM
Sunday: 3PM

Critics' Recap


Workshop Information
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Musical, Student & Family Friendly


Music Box Theatre

239 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036

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For Ages?

DEAR EVAN HANSEN is recommended for ages 13 and up; subject matter includes bullying and suicide, which could be sensitive subjects for young audience members.



Noah Galvin is thrilled to be making his Broadway debut in Dear Evan Hansen. Upcoming film: Assassination Nation (dir. Sam Levinson). Television: “The Real O’Neals” (ABC). Off-Broadway: What I Did Last Summer (Signature Theatre), Love and Information (New York Theatre Workshop), The Golden Dragon (The Play Company), Yosemite (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), King Lear (Exit, Pursued by Bear), Treasure Island (Irondale Center), Our Town (Barrow Street Theatre), The Burnt Part Boys (Vineyard, Playwrights Horizons, New York Stage & Film, Lortel nomination), Esther Demsack (The Public Theater). Regional: The Power of Duff (Huntington Theatre Company); Filming O’Keeffe (Adirondack Theatre Festival); The Great American Mousical, dir. Julie Andrews (Goodspeed); Tommy (Bay Street Theatre); Wintuk (Cirque du Soleil); Ace: The Musical (St. Louis Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Old Globe, Kevin Kline Award). Audiofile magazine’s Earphones Award winner (2014) for narration of “Perks of Being a Wallflower,” “Somebody up There Hates You” and “Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock.” Thanks to Shelter PR, Chris Highland, Stevie Smith (Station 3) and the Fam.

After having played Zoe in the DC and Off-Broadway production, Laura is so excited to see Dear Evan Hansen move to Broadway! Her past acting credits include Once (Broadway); Hair (Broadway and first national tour); What’s it all About? (Off-Broadway); and she played Madison McCarthy on the sixth season of “Glee.” She has a BFA in theater from the Boston Conservatory.

2016 Tony Award nominee for Dear Evan Hansen. Broadway: Newsies (original cast, created the role of Morris Delancey). Off-Broadway: Appropriate (dir. Liesl Tommy), A Month in the Country (dir. Erica Schmidt). Films included Touched With Fire (dir. Paul Dalio, prod. Spike Lee), The Grief of Others (dir. Patrick Wang) and the upcoming Wildling (dir. Fritz Bohm), I Can I Will I Did (dir. Nadine Truong).

Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen (Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Drama League Distinguished Performance Award nomination), Pippin, Hair, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. Off-Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen (Drama Desk nomination, Second Stage Theatre), First Daughter Suite (The Public Theater), Hello Again (Drama Desk nomination, Transport Group). National tour: Pasek and Paul’s A Christmas Story (Mother). Regional (selected): Dear Evan Hansen, Pippin, Sylvia, The King and I. Television: ABC’s “The Family” and FX’s “Louie.” Album: ShowFolk..



Michael has directed Dear Evan Hansen at the Arena Stage in DC in 2015, and Second Stage Theatre in 2016, and directs the upcoming Broadway production, which begins this fall at the Belasco Theatre. Most recently he directed War Paint at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. Broadway: If/Then, Next to Normal, Grey Gardens, Rent (Tony Award nominations), and Never Gonna Dance.  Delacorte: The Tempest, Winter’s Tale, Romeo and Juliet.  Off-Broadway: new plays, musicals, revivals at Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Class Company, Manhattan Theatre Club, NY Shakespeare Festival/Public, NYTW, Roundabout, Second Stage and Signature, including Katori Halls’ Our Lady of Kibeho, the 2010 revival of Angels in America (Lortel Award), Kushner’s The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide…(Public),  Guare’s Landscape of the Body (Signature), and musical adaptations of Giant (Public) and Far From Heaven (Playwrights Horizons).  He received Obie Awards for Machinal and Dogeaters (Public) and for Rent (NYTW).  Regional: Williamstown (9 seasons) La Jolla Playhouse (Artistic Director 1995-99), Arena, Center Stage, Goodman, Guthrie, CTG/Taper, DTC, Trinity Rep. Education: Northwestern (BS),UCSD (MFA).

BENJ PASEK & JUSTIN PAUL - Music and Lyrics
[Pasek & Paul’s] musical Dogfight had its world premiere at Second Stage Theatre, where it won the Lortel Award for Best New Musical.  Broadway credits include A Christmas Story, The Musical (Lunt-Fontanne Theatre), which received Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations for Outstanding New Broadway Musical. Other theater credits include James and the Giant Peach (Kennedy Center, Goodspeed Musicals and Seattle Children’s Theatre) and Edges. In TV, their original songs were featured on season two of NBC's Smash and rose to the top 25 on the iTunes pop charts. They have also written songs for Sesame Street (PBS) and Johnny and the Sprites (Disney Channel). Other songwriting honors include the Richard Rodgers Award for Musical Theatre from the American Academy of Arts and Letters; Sundance Institute Fellowship; ASCAP Richard Rodgers New Horizons Award; ASCAP Songwriters Fellowship Award; Dramatists Guild Fellowship; Jonathan Larson Award; and Billboard Magazine Top 5 Broadway Songwriters. Benj and Justin work actively as teachers conducting master classes at top theater programs and universities around the world. Both are graduates of the University of Michigan and members of the Dramatists Guild of America.

Steven Levenson’s plays include The Unavoidable Disappearance Of Tom Durnin (Roundabout Theatre Company, Outer Critics Circle Award), Core Values (Ars Nova, Drama Desk Nomination for Outstanding Play), The Language of Trees (Roundabout), Seven Minutes In Heaven (Colt Coeur; Emerging America Festival/Huntington Theater Company), and If I Forget (upcoming: Roundabout).  His work has been seen and developed by Lincoln Center Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, Atlantic Theater Company, MCC Theater, Hartford Stage, and the Araca Group.  His plays are published by Dramatists Play Service and Playscripts.  A graduate of Brown University and former Artist in Residence at Ars Nova, he has received new play commissions from Roundabout, Lincoln Center, MCC, and Ars Nova.  Currently a writer and producer on Showtime’s Masters Of Sex,he is a founding member of Colt Coeur and an alumnus of MCC’s Playwrights Coalition and Ars Nova’s Play Group.