If I Could Tell Her. After Andrew's run was over, Jordan Fisher took on the role on January 28, 2020, [32], As of March 12, 2020, the show suspended production due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [69], The musical was adapted into a young adult novel by actor and singer-songwriter Val Emmich, in collaboration with Pasek, Paul, and Levenson. Moved by his dedication, Cynthia gives Evan a necktie she had gotten for Connor that he had never worn and asks Evan to wear it when he speaks at Connor's memorial service.

Refresh and try again. A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed could be his. Give me a cult leader, obscure historical figures, dead musicians. Hotter and hotter. If you don't fit into once of their boexes, you get tossed aside. [41][42] The role of Evan Hansen was played by Robert Markus,[43] and Zachary Noah Piser on Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Evan starts recounting a fictional version of the day he broke his arm at an abandoned apple orchard the Murphys had visited ("For Forever"). 3. What really makes all the difference, then, is how we land.”, “Why would he do this? After Evan shows the Murphy family Connor's "emails," Cynthia is ecstatic that her son had a friend, but Larry is hurt that Connor took his family and his privileged life for granted. Zachary Noah Piser serves at the alternate for the role of Evan and has performances Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Sincerely, Me. Unfortunately, that's not fantasy. But from start to finish, when Evan leaves his room and finds an authentic life outside it, Dear Evan Hansen contains far more joy than sadness. "It takes a little patience, takes a little time. None of them saw me or knew me. Zoe still refuses to mourn Connor ("Requiem"). Heidi, Alana, and Jared converge in Evan's conscience, compounding his guilt and doubt over his decisions ("Good for You"). All other cast members from the Second Stage production returned for the Broadway engagement. It is hard to accept that a long-admired-from-afar girl can change Evan's outlook on life so rapidly or that Connor's teenage disequilibrium leads him to do what he does.

Evan, unable to tell her the truth, tells her all the reasons he loves her under the guise of Connor saying them ("If I Could Tell Her"). At home, Heidi and Evan fight over his secrecy and deception, with Evan confessing that he feels welcomed and accepted into the Murphy family because of Heidi's absence. Evan, distraught, walks in on the Murphys fighting about why Connor really killed himself. This time he’ll hold on. Dear Evan Hansen premiered at the Arena Stage in Washington running from July 10 to August 23, 2015. Can't outrun it. Approachable. Connor Murphy X reader oneshots. The cast featured Ben Platt, Laura Dreyfuss, Mike Faist, Rachel Bay Jones, Will Roland and Jennifer Laura Thompson repeating their roles from the Arena Stage production. hide. When you think about it, who cares about its proximity to the tree or what type of tree spawned it? To Break In A Glove. Surrounded by all these people and somehow lonelier than ever. Both Alana and Jared notice his broken arm, but neither signs his cast. The recording of the Act 1 finale "You Will Be Found" was available for a first listen online on January 30, 2017. At the official launch of The Connor Project, Evan gives an inspiring speech about his loneliness and friendship with Connor, which goes viral. I didn't feel very lucky, lying there in the most excruciating physical pain of my life.”, “Now i'm home again and none of my usuals methods of escape are doing the trick. [11] The fifth song, "Requiem", was made available to stream for 24 hours on January 26, 2017, a week before the release of the cast recording. “Burning is the right way to paint it. [24][25][26][27] The Off-Broadway engagement closed on May 29, 2016. Two vastly different fates. Evan asks her why she wanted to meet at the orchard, and she replies that she wanted to be sure he saw it, and the two share a moment before they part. But to get rid of it once and for all, i had to do the brave thing. He contacts Zoe, whom he has not seen since she found out the truth, and asks her to meet him. Connor's sister Zoe, whom Evan has a crush on, feels obligated to apologize for her brother's behavior. After realizing he needs evidence of his supposed "secret email account," Evan enlists Jared's help in creating fake, backdated email conversations between himself and Connor ("Sincerely, Me"). [29][30][31] Ben Platt played his last performance on November 19, 2017.

Overcome with emotion, he impulsively kisses Zoe, but she pulls away and tells him to leave. Evan writes a letter to himself, wondering whether anyone would notice if he were not there. “How many times in life do you get to just start all over again?". Only Us. Zoe Murphy – Connor's younger sister and Evan's longtime crush.

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His mother, Heidi, suggests that he ask people to sign the cast on his arm to make friends.

I also know that when you're not in the best headspace, the trivial can turn into the insurmountable and all of sudden you're heading down a dark path and you can't find your way back.”, “Will I ever be more than I've always been?”, “To the ground I fall. Evan Hansen is a teenager with social anxiety. Evan wonders if this is his destiny — to be ignored and an outcast — for the rest of his life ("Waving Through a Window"). The story has also provided and encouraged open dialogue about its themes of mental illness and youth suicide. I wish that anything I said mattered, to anyone. [34] Starring Ben Levi Ross in the title role and by December 2018 was scheduled for over 50 cities. $30.00. The story has also provided and encouraged open dialogue about its themes of mental illness and youth suicide. Maybe this time he won’t let go. ABOUT CREATIVE GOODS; FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS; SHIPPING INFORMATION; REFUND POLICY; PRIVACY … Within the logic of that saying, the apple falls every single time. Still, until the second act, and despite it, Platt gives a performance that binds us to him in the way that Holden Caulfield, that other teen with a voice, did—especially when he said, 'It’s funny. The 2018 Jimmy Award winner, Andrew Barth Feldman, made his Broadway debut, replacing Trensch, on January 30, 2019. Good For You. The musical opened on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre in December 2016, after its world premiere at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., in July 2015 and an Off-Broadway production at Second Stage Theatre from March to May 2016. Posted by 3 years ago. Not falling isn’t an option. [47], Derek Mong, in his review of the musical at the Arena Stage, wrote that the "inventive set design by David Korins...that transforms a small stage into a platform for the most intimate living room where a mother and son share a heart-to-heart to the physical abyss of internet cyberspace... book by Steven Levenson... lyrics and music by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul... heartfelt lyrics with universal appeal joined by the perfect, oftentimes acoustic, accompaniment that can change the mood from somber to celebratory to sinister in a single bar of music. The three pitch the idea to the Murphys, who agree to support the project ("Disappear"). It follows you everywhere. Although the themes of grief and loneliness are serious, the musical is anything but somber. The cast album, produced by Alex Lacamoire, featuring the band from both the original Off-Broadway and Broadway productions, including Ben Cohn (piano), Jamie Eblen (drums), Justin Goldner and Dillon Kondor (guitars), Rob Jost (bass), Justin Smith, Todd Low and Adele Stein (strings)[16] and won the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. Ben Platt was involved in all of the readings and the workshop.[3][4]. Cease to be.

Evan asks Jared to help fix the inaccuracies, but Jared refuses and threatens to expose Evan, who counters that he could expose Jared's role. That’s the big…that’s number one. Email. [18] The deluxe album contains all of the songs in the Original Broadway Cast Recording, in addition to cut songs and covers. The soundtrack for the Tony Award winning “Best Musical”, Dear Evan Hansen – an album showcasing the masterful creation from composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul who’ve Can't push it away; it only comes back. I'm extremely not brave.”, “Is it possible that I actually appear to them as hollow and immaterial as I feel inside?”, “I felt swallowed by the swarm. Some aren't. Jared had instructed him to "nod and confirm" to avoid making things worse, but Evan is awkward and uncomfortable, so he lies, pretending he and Connor had been best friends, emailing each other from a secret account. He storms out, taking the letter with him.

Cease to be. I still don't have a clue what i'm capable of. The production began previews on March 5, 2019, and opened on March 28, 2019.

Michael Greif again directed, with choreography by Danny Mefford. [42] Despite extending its booking period through September, the production closed early on July 21, 2019. Reading my own books and watching, “It became this thing that followed me arround. I couldn't do it. Some aren’t. The rest of the cast includes Rebecca McKinnis as Heidi Hansen, Lauren Ward as Cynthia Murphy, Rupert Young as Larry Murphy, Jack Loxton as Jared Kleinman, Nicole Raquel Dennis as Alana Beck, Lucy Anderson as Zoe and Doug Colling as Connor Murphy.

He vaguely admits that his fall from the tree was a suicide attempt. Hotter and hotter. Disappear. I mean, i understand how low a person can get. The logline to my movie, telling people what to expect of me. Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's ballads stand out, particularly Heidi's 'So Big/So Small,' Evan's 'Words Fail' and Zoe and Evan's young sweethearts duet 'Only Us. Be yourself. At some point they fizzle out or explode. Scene 1: We start on a black screen. At school, Evan and Alana notice that people are starting to forget about Connor, so Evan enlists Alana and Jared's help in founding "The Connor Project" to keep Connor's memory alive. Heidi sees the letter online and knows that it was one of Evan's therapy assignments. Don’t ever tell anybody anything.

Michael Park, who originated the role of Larry in the Arena Stage production, returned for the Broadway production (replacing John Dossett who went on to the musical War Paint).

It's the finest, most emotionally resonant score yet from this promising young songwriting team. Includes foreword by James Lapine. Dear Evan Hansen revolves around a lonely teenager who is encouraged by his therapist to write letters to himself highlighting what will be good about each day. Connor finds Evan's letter on the printer and reads it; he becomes furious at the mention of Zoe, thinking Evan intended for him to see the letter in order to make fun of him.

A year later, Evan is still living at home and working at Pottery Barn to earn enough money to go to college the next semester.