Artwork For Dear Evan Hansen Revealed

Earlier this week, one of the most anticipated new musicals of 2016 announced it’s casting for its New York premiere! Dear Evan Hansen, written by Benj PasekJustin Paul and Steven Levenson, is a brand new musical not based off of a book or movie but rather a real life event almost a decade ago. Luner on Theatre announced the casting for the Off-Broadway of Dear Evan Hansen earlier this week and many of those who premiered with the show in Washington D.C. this past summer will return! With the show coming to life in New York on a larger scale, many new elements will come into play including new production artwork. Today, Luner on Theatre brings you an exciting first look at the artwork for Off-Broadway run and New York premiere of Dear Evan Hansen!

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Dear Evan Hansen is slated to begin performances Off-Broadway at Second Stage Theatre in Midtown beginning March 26th. The show will officially open May 1st, 2016. We love the new artwork for the production and are looking forward to seeing this show Off-Broadway this season! Stay tuned for more updates on the production as more is revealed! For more information, visit Second Stage’s Official Website, Facebook orTwitter. (Please note; Unless a photo is noted to be taken by Luner on Theatre, we do not own/claim ownership for any photos used in this post.) And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and so much more! 

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