Noah Galvin Ends Run in Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen February 4

Broadway News   Noah Galvin Ends Run in Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen February 4
 
The Real O'Neals star will be succeeded by Hello, Dolly!'s Taylor Trensch.
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Noah Galvin Matthew Murphy

Noah Galvin plays his final performance in the Tony-winning Dear Evan Hansen February 4 at the Music Box Theatre.

Taylor Trensch
Taylor Trensch Nathan Johnson

Galvin, best known for his critically acclaimed performance in ABC’s The Real O’Neals, made his Broadway debut in the hit musical, succeeding Tony winner Ben Platt November 21, 2017.

Watch: NOAH GALVIN’S REAL O’NEALS SONG AND DANCE

Taylor Trensch, recently seen in the Tony-winning revival of Hello, Dolly!, officially takes over as Evan Hansen February 6, although the actor played select performances in the role this past week.

Read: TAYLOR TRENSCH MAKES EARLY DEBUT IN BROADWAY'S DEAR EVAN HANSEN

Trensch's previous Broadway credits include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Matilda, and Wicked.

On Wednesday and Saturday matinees, the role of Evan is performed by Michael Lee Brown.

Dear Evan Hansen features a score by the Tony- and Oscar-winning songwriting team of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (Dogfight, A Christmas Story), a book by Tony winner Steven Levenson (Masters of Sex), choreography by Danny Mefford (Fun Home), and direction by multiple Tony nominee Michael Greif (Rent, Next to Normal, If/Then).

Original cast members Laura Dreyfuss, Tony winner Rachel Bay Jones, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Tony nominee Mike Faist, Michael Park, and Will Roland have all extended their contracts and will remain with the musical through May. Kristolyn Lloyd will depart in March.

DEAR EVAN HANSEN TO LAUNCH NATIONAL TOUR IN 2018

In October 2017 Platt teamed up with Galvin and Trensch for a ’70s-inspired music video shot on the streets of New York City. Watch it below.

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