Christianne Noll, Gabrielle Carrubba, Andrew Barth Feldman, Jessica Phillips, Phoebe Koyabe Photo by Walter McBride.
Andrew Barth Feldman passed on his Dear Evan Hansen polo to the next boy to play Evan in the show baring his name. His final performance was Sunday January 26 at the Music Box Theatre.
Feldman, the first real high school student to play Evan, when he won the Best Actor Award at the Jimmy Awards for his performance as Frank Abagnale Jr. in Lawrence Woodmere Academy’s production of Catch Me If You Can. Dear Evan Hansen, served as a sponsor at last year’s ceremony.
Taking over will be Jordan Fisher, who made his own Broadway debut in 2016 in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Hamilton. He begins performances January 28.
January 26 also marks the final performance for Alex Boniello, who plays Connor Murphy. Dear Evan Hansen tour alum David Jeffery will take over the role of Connor beginning February 11; current understudy Dan Macke is now playing the part.
The current Broadway cast also features Jessica Phillips as Heidi Hansen, Gabrielle Carrubba as Zoe Murphy, Christiane Noll as Cynthia Murphy, Jared Goldsmith as Jared Kleinman, Phoebe Koyabe as Alana Beck, and Ivan Hernandez as Larry Murphy. Zachary Noah Piser plays Evan at select performances.
Dear Evan Hansen, directed by Michael Greif, has a Tony-winning book by Steven Levenson and a Tony-winning score by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.