Dear Evan Hansen Tour Schedule 2020
NOW PLAYING AT:
|Open run||New York, NY||Music Box Theatre||Get tickets|
|Mar 24 – Apr 5 (2020)||Detroit,MI||Fisher Theatre||Get tickets|
UPCOMING TOUR CITIES:
|Apr 7 – May 3 (2020)||Philadelphia, PA||Forrest Theatre||Get tickets|
|May 5 – May 17 (2020)||Baltimore, MD||Hippodrome Theatre||Get tickets|
|May 19 – May 24 (2020)||Hartford, CT||Bushnell||Get tickets|
|May 26 – May 31 (2020)||Providence, RI||Providence Performing Arts Center||Get tickets|
|Jun 2 – Jun 7 (2020)||Rochester, NY||Auditorium Theatre||Get tickets|
|Jun 9 – Jun 14 (2020)||Schenectady, NY||Proctors||Get tickets|
|Jun 16 – Jun 21 (2020)||East Lansing, MI||Wharton Center||Get tickets|
|Jun 23 – Jun 28 (2020)||Appleton, WI||Fox Cities Performing Arts Center||Get tickets|
|Jul 7 – Sep 27 (2020)||Chicago, IL||James M. Nederlander Theatre||Get tickets|
Theatre fans not live by Hamilton alone. No matter how older musicals are great, we need new stories and new heroes. And they’re just growing almost out of nowhere: in 2017, we got Dear Evan Hansen.
The show was recognized by Tony Awards as the Best Musical of the year. Now in 2020, the cast of this masterpiece is going on a national tour with over 50 stops in different cities across America including Los Angeles, New York, Buffalo, Chicago, Charlotte, and many others. You can buy Dear Evan Hansen tickets in your city in the table above.
The national tour will last two years and sets off at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Buell Theatre in October 2018. This is the venue where Frozen held its pre-Broadway premiere. The exact dates are still unknown but will be announced closer to the tour’s beginning.
Apart from Best Musical Award, Dear Evan Hansen also earned a few awards for its cast. The male lead Ben Platt won Best Actor Award as well as his female counterpart Rachel Bay Jones got Best Actress Award. The creators of the show weren’t left behind, too: Tony Awards were given to musical’s orchestrator Alex Lacamoire, composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, and to book writer Steven Levenson.
However, Platt is not the only one who will play a leading male role in the musical. After his final bow, he will pass the baton to Boah Galvin who, in his turn, will hand it over to Tayler Trehsch.