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Letter #1: Evan Hansen to Himself
- This letter is used in the opening scene of the play once Evan is drafting his letter to himself, as assigned by his doctor, Dr. Strauss.
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Letter #2: Evan Hansen to Himself
- The the majority of famous letter of the show. Evan created this letter in the computer system lab on the first day of school, after a phone speak to through his mommy. He published it outand was found by Connor Murphy. After a brief conversation with Evan, Connor asks if the letter is his. He starts to check out it and sees the part around his sister, Zoe. Connor becomes mad and also blows up on Evan. Evan pleadsto obtain the letter but Connor takes it via him. This is mistaken by the Murphy’s as Connor’s last words or his suicide note.
Letter #3: Connor Murphy to Evan Hansen (Edited Version/Final Version)
- The first letter that Evan and also Jared compose to make it show up as though Evan really was friends with Connor. This is in the song“Sincecount, Me”
Letter #4: Evan Hansen to Connor Murphy
- The second letter in“Sincedepend, Me”
Letter #5: Connor Murphy to Evan Hansen
- The third letter in“Sincedepend, Me”
Letter #6: Evan Hansen
- The fourth letter in“Sincedepend, Me” and the final letter of the first act.
Letter #1: Connor Murphy to Evan Hansen
- This is the only letter featured in“Sincedepend, Me (Reprise)” which is not featured on the cast album.
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Letter #?: Evan Hansen to Himself
- The final letter of the show. This is created (actually spoken) once Evan is expected to be a freshmale in college. This is in the final scene of the display.
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Feb 11th, 2017