Update for Dear Evan Hansen at the Noel Coward Theatre
Dear Evan Hansen is the latest West End smash to announce its long-awaited post-lockdown return to the stage. And what a return! Head for the glorious Noel Coward Theatre to enjoy a show that has already won six 2017 Tonys including Best Musical, the Drama League Award for Outstanding Musical Production, two Obies, a Drama Desk Award, two Outer Critics Circle Awards, two Helen Hayes Awards and, in 2020, three Oliviers including Best Musical. 26 October 2021 marks its vert welcome return.
Who’s involved in Dear Evan Hansen?
The original Broadway Cast recording of Dear Evan Hansen, produced by Atlantic Records, is an award winner in its own right. It shot straight into the USA's Billboard 200 chart at number 8, the highest chart debut position for an original cast album since 1961. Then it won the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. The music is wonderful, adding even more magic to this tremendous experience.
- Book by Tony Award-winner Steven Levenson
- Score by Grammy, Tony and Academy Award winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
- Direction by four-time Tony Award nominee Michael Greif
- Choreography by Danny Mefford
- Scenic design by David Korins
- Projection design by Peter Nigrini
- Costume design by Emily Rebholz
- Lighting design by Japhy Weideman
- Sound design by Nevin Steinberg
- Hair design by David Brian Brown
- Music supervision, orchestrations and additional arrangements by Alex Lacamoire
- Associate music supervision by Ben Cohn
- UK Casting by Jill Green Casting
- Vocal arrangements and additional arrangements by Justin Paul
- Production supervision by Judith Schoenfeld
- General Management by 101 Productions Ltd
Buy Dear Evan Hansen Tickets
Book your favourite Dear Evan Hansen tickets online through us using our handy Noel Coward Theatre seating plan. We'll send E-tickets to your email address. All you do is present them at the theatre on the day of the performance.
About the Noel Coward Theatre
The Noel Coward Theatre is on St Martin's Lane in the City of Westminster. It's named after Coward himself, whose first play I'll Leave It to You appeared there on stage in 1920, running for just 37 performances. His best was yet to come! More recent past shows at the Noel Coward include The Inheritance, All About Eve, and The Night of the Iguana.