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Musical (2016)


Musique: Benj Pasek • Justin Paul
Paroles: Benj Pasek • Justin Paul
Livret: Steven Levenson

The musical has its origins in an incident that took place during Pasek's high school years. The musical "takes the notion of a teenager, ... Evan Hansen, who invents an important role for himself in a tragedy that he did not earn."

Dear Evan Hansen is a cautionary tale about how a lie can spread across a community before the truth even has its running shoes on. The Evan of the story is an anxiety-ridden high school misfit who is desperate for any form of recognition from his peers. So much so, that when his classmate commits suicide after suffering depression, a mysterious suicide note appears in the weeks after, seemingly addressed to Evan.

Now infamous by association with the dead teen, Evan finally gains the spotlight that he craves. However, with a traumatized local community, not to mention his family, starts begging Evan for more clues about Connor's state of mind, Evan's world starts to unravel with frightening speed. With Connor's parents and sister Zoe (who just happens to be Evan's crush) finding solace in the note, it isn't long before the powers of social media start to question its validity, and Evan's own motives.

Synopsis complet

Background and development
Dear Evan Hansen is a recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award. The musical has its origins in an incident that took place during Pasek's high school years. The musical "takes the notion of a teenager, ... Evan Hansen, who invents an important role for himself in a tragedy that he did not earn."

Productions
Dear Evan Hansen premiered at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., running from July 10 to August 23, 2015. The musical was directed by Michael Greif with orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, the set designed by David Korins and the projection design by Peter Nigrini. The cast featured Ben Platt in the title role, a high school senior with social anxiety disorder who finds himself amid the turmoil that follows a classmate's suicide.
The musical opened Off-Broadway at the Second Stage Theater on March 26, 2016 in previews, officially on May 1. 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. New cast members were John Dossett and Kristolyn Lloyd. Michael Greif again directed, with choreography by Danny Mefford. The Off-Broadway engagement closed on May 29, 2016.
The show will premiere on Broadway on November 14, 2016 in previews, officially on December 4. After originally announcing that performances would take place at the Belasco Theatre, in mid-September 2016, producers announced that the show would instead be performed at the Music Box Theatre. Michael Park, who originated the role of Larry in the Arena Stage production, will return for the Broadway production (replacing John Dossett who went on to the musical War Paint). All other cast members from the Second Stage production are returning for the Broadway engagement. Following in the footsteps of writers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (who are considered to be leaders of the so-called "YouTube Musical Theatre Writers" - that is young writers who use YouTube and other platforms to promote their work), the show is notable for its use of social media. This includes encouraging the spread and cover of songs (ex. "Waving Through a Window" with the hashtag #SongOfSummer), the wide-streaming of multiple songs prior to the Broadway performances, and the use of a "Digital Board of Advisers" which includes the likes of executives at Mashable, Amazon, and the United Talent Agency.





Act 1
"Anybody Have a Map?" - Heidi, Cynthia
"Waving Through a Window" - Evan
"For Forever" - Evan
"Sincerely, Me" - Connor, Evan, Jared
"Requiem" - Zoe, Cynthia, Larry
"If I Could Tell Her" - Evan, Zoe
"Disappear" - Connor, Evan, Alana, Larry, Cynthia, Zoe
"You Will Be Found" - Company

Act 2
"Sincerely, Me" (Reprise) - Connor, Jared
"To Break In A Glove" - Larry, Evan
"Only Us" - Zoe, Evan
"Good For You" - Heidi, Alana, Jared, Evan, Connor
"Words Fail" - Evan
"So Big/So Small" - Heidi
"For Forever (Reprise)" - Company

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Exploring the angst of modern youth
Teen angst and grief collide in this intelligent take on what it means to be young, in love, an outcast and lonely in modern life. With a book by the award-winning, up and coming young writer Steven Levenson (Masters Of Sex and Wayward Pines), and helmed by the three-time Tony nominee Michael Greif (the man behind the 1996 smash hit Rent and most recently If/Then), Dear Evan Hansen is making its mark as one of the most socially relevant musicals in recent years.





Version 1

Dear Evan Hansen (2016-05-Second Stage Theatre-Off Broadway)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Second Stage Theatre (Broadway (Off) - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 4 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : samedi 26 mars 2016
Première : dimanche 01 mai 2016
Dernière : dimanche 29 mai 2016
Mise en scène : Michael Greif
Chorégraphie : Danny Mefford
Avec : John Dossett, Laura Dreyfuss, Mike Faist, Rachel Bay Jones, Kristolyn Lloyd, Ben Platt, Will Roland, Jennifer Laura Thompson
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Version 2

Dear Evan Hansen (2016-12-Music Box Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Broadway Transfer
Théâtre: Music Box Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée :
Nombre :
Première Preview : lundi 14 novembre 2016
Première : dimanche 04 décembre 2016
Dernière : lundi 31 décembre 2029
Mise en scène : Michael Greif
Chorégraphie : Danny Mefford
Avec : Ben Platt (Evan Hansen), Jennifer Laura Thompson (Cynthia), Rachel Bay Jones (Heidi), Laura Dreyfuss (Zoe), Mike Faist (Connor), Will Roland (Jared), Kristolyn Lloyd (Alana), Michael Park (Larry Murphy)
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Version 3

Dear Evan Hansen (2019-10-Noel Coward Theatre-London)

Type de série:
Théâtre: Noel Coward Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 6 mois 2 semaines Se joue actuellement
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 12 novembre 2019
Première : mardi 12 novembre 2019
Dernière : Open end, ouvert actuellement jusqu'au sam. 30 mai 2020
Mise en scène : Michael Greif
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Sam Tutty (Evan Hansen), Lucy Anderson (Zoe Murphy), Rebecca McKinnis (Heidi), Doug Colling (Conor Murphy), Lauren Ward (Cynthia Murphy), Rupert Young (Larry Murphy), Jack Loxton (Jared), Nicole Raquel Dennis (Alana), David Breeds (cover for Evan/Connor and Jared), Alex Thomas Smith (cover for Evan/Jared), Marcus Harman (alternate Evan Hansen and cover for Connor/Jared), Tricia Adele-Turner (cover Heidi/Cynthia), Hannah Lindsey (cover Heidi/Cynthia), Natalie Kassanga (cover Zoe/Alana), Courtney Stapleton (cover Zoe/Alana), James Winter (Ensemble), Haydn Cox (Ensemble), Mark Peachey (Ensemble).
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Extrait

Dear Evan Hansen (2016-12-Music Box Theatre-Broadway)

Extrait "Waving through a window"

Qualité: **** Intérêt: ***
Langue:
Anglais Durée: 0:01:35


Trailer

Dear Evan Hansen (2016-12-Music Box Theatre-Broadway)

Qualité: **** Intérêt: ***
Langue:
Anglais Durée: 0:00:38






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