Dear Evan Hansen re-opens in London’s West End on 26th October 2021 starring the Olivier Award-winning Sam Tutty, who returns to the title role. The show is currently booking until 13th February 2022 and producer Stacey Mindich has provided the media with a suite of technical rehearsal photos, the perfect way to get an inside line on the action-to-come. You’ll find the photo link below.
Who’s involved in Dear Evan Hansen?
This show won the 2020 Olivier Award for Best Musical and Best Score. The public voted two of the songs from the production, Waving Through a Window and You Will Be Found, into the BBC Radio 2 Greatest Songs From a Musical list. It won six 2017 Tonys and broke all box office records on Broadway at its New York Music Box Theater home. Here’s who is involved in Dear Evan Hansen.
- The book is by Tony Award-winner Steven Levenso
- The score is by Grammy, Tony and Academy Award winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
- The musical is directed by the four-time Tony Award nominee Michael Greif
- Sam Tutty returns to the leading role that won him the 2020 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical
- Lucy Anderson returns as Zoe Murphy
- Doug Colling returns as Connor Murphy
- Marcus Harman plays Evan Hansen at certain performances
- Jack Loxton plays Jared Kleinman again
- Rebecca McKinnis plays Heidi Hansen again
- Lauren Ward returns as Cynthia Murphy
- Rupert Young is back as Larry Murph
- Iona Fraser takes on the role of Alana Beck
- New cast members: Ellis Kirk, Samantha Mbolekwa, Hannah Qureshi and Mitchell Zhangazhax
- The rest of the company comprises: Tricia Adele-Turner, Haydn Cox, Hannah Lindsey, Mark Peachey and James Winter
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