Though its for sure that Broadway in the live sense took a hit that was incomprehensible because of the pandemic, its great to find some re-openings being announced for the coming months. It’s also great to find hits like “In The Heights” and now “Dear Evan Hansen” being made into live film presentations. Universal Pictures has just released their first official trailer of the adaptation of the hit starring Ben Platt and you can enjoy this and more down below.
The Premise: Evan Hansen, a high school student with social anxiety disorder, takes advantage of the suicide of a classmate for his own emotional gain, after accidentally letting a letter he wrote to himself be taken by the classmate, whose family mistakes it for it having been written to Evan by their son. Continue reading Universal Pictures: “Dear Evan Hansen” Official Trailer→
Hey my friends, so as you might have heard me mention recently, I had pitched our interest in attending the upcoming BroadwayCon for “The Chronicles” and having just been given clearance, I am getting more and more announcements about the event (others can be examined by clicking HERE). I’d love to see a number of you there so let’s examine this latest news about a sure to be interesting panel
The Press Release:
Jordan Fisher and Andrew Barth Feldman, stars of the Tony® Award-winning Dear Evan Hansen, join the BroadwayCon 2020 lineup for an exclusive panel moderated by People’s Dave Quinn for attendees about playing the iconic role of Evan Hansen on Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 10 a.m. Tickets are on sale now at BroadwayCon.com/register.
Hello there my friends and those who might have just discovered “The Chronicles Of Piercing Ken” Lifestyle Blog. Today I’m going to be using my voice to share the winners of the 2017 Tony Awards which aired last night on CBS. The program honors the Broadway Stage and is probably my very favorite of the awards programs that airs. This might surprise you since I am more of a movie goer than a Broadway play attendee but with the movies that I enjoy the most never really getting their due, I have come to find The Tony’s quite fun. I’ve culled the full winners from the Internet and I figure if I am to use “The Chronicles” a lot more professionally that I should get on some mailing lists and have this stuff sent to me direct, but I digress; here are the winners of the 71st Annual Tony Awards (which were hosted by Kevin Spacey) May I have the envelope please…….
Best Play: “Oslo” (WINNER)
“A Doll’s House, Part 2”
Best Musical: “Dear Evan Hansen” (WINNER)
“Come From Away”
“Groundhog Day The Musical”
“Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”