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Best known for originating the role of troubled teen Evan Hansen in all three of Dear Evan Hansen's Washington, Off-Broadway and Broadway productions, Ben Platt's star is on the rise! Not only winning a Tony but also a Grammy for his title role, Platt's powerhouse vocals and acting chops have rightfully found their way to a collaboration with Lin Manuel Miranda, as well as roles on 'Pitch Perfect' and the newly released DEH movie. It comes as no surprise that the multi-talented performer is hitting the road once again in 2022!
Platt's debut studio album, 'Sing To Me Instead', chronicled the highs and lows of a relationship from start to finish including the addictive butterfly stages, arising complications, the dissolving of love and the finding of self. Unapologetically pop, Platt wrote the album with the likes of Kesha-hitmaker Ben Abraham and Charli XCX writer Michael Pollack, and cites Adele and Sam Smith as his influences. Now he's back with a brand new album, 'Reverie'. Hear his new material plus hits from the previous album when he performs near you!
Performance date: 9 March 2022
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