High school is one of the unique time stamps of our lives that forms and shapes us in so many ways.
I think that one common thread that everyone shares whether we loved, hated or somewhere in between our experience in high school is that we were wrestling with the questions of who we are and where we belong…and we can still struggle with those questions even after high school.
I think that’s why Dear Evan Hansen has struck a chord with audiences of all ages.
Even though the story is told today with social media and technology as a non-negotiable part of our lives, older audiences are immediately taken back to their own high school experiences and vulnerability.
What is Dear Evan Hansen About?
Dear Evan Hansen will play the Aronoff Center from April 30–May 12, 2019
How to get tickets for Dear Evan Hansen
There is a lottery offering a limited number of $25 tickets for each show.
Learn more at www.Luckyseat.com/dearevanhansen
Dear Evan Hansen is an extremely popular show but there are still a few tickets available for most performances and a few seats continue to be released. Make sure that you are checking regularly at CincinnatiArts.org.
After you watch Dear Evan Hansen, you get it.
Age Recommendations for the Show
Dear Evan Hansen is recommended for ages 12+. The show contains some strong language and deals with serious and sensitive issues including mental health, suicide, the influence of social media, and parent-child communication.
As a parent of teenagers who go to public school, the language isn’t anything that they haven’t heard before and I think that this play has an important message and creates a great opportunity to start or continue some important conversations with your child.
You can find more information at BroadwayInCincinnati.com
Disclosure: I received media tickets for review purposes. All opinions are my own.