A First Look at Be More Chill on Broadway

Production Photos   A First Look at Be More Chill on Broadway
 
The Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz musical will open at the Lyceum Theatre March 10.
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Will Roland and cast of Be More Chill Maria Baranova

Now in previews on Broadway following a hit Off-Broadway run last year, Be More Chill will open at the Lyceum Theatre March 10. As previously reported, the entire Off-Broadway cast made the move to Broadway when the musical transferred earlier this month.

Featuring a score by Joe Iconis and a book by Joe Tracz, Be More Chill is based on Ned Vizzini’s novel about an average teenager who takes a pill purported to make people more—you guessed it—chill. The musical began previews on Broadway February 13.

Flip through photos of the Broadway production below:

Returning to the company are Will Roland (Dear Evan Hansen, The Black Suits) as Jeremy; George Salazar (tick tick BOOM!, Godspell, The Lightning Thief) as Michael; Stephanie Hsu (SpongeBob SquarePants) as Christine; Gerard Canonico (Spring Awakening, Groundhog Day) as Rich; Katlyn Carlson (Dirty Dancing, The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin) as Chloe; Tiffany Mann (Waitress, Jerry Springer the Opera) as Jenna; Lauren Marcus (The Humans at St. Louis Rep, Company at Barrington Stage) as Brooke; Britton Smith (Shuffle Along, After Midnight) as Jake; Jason SweetTooth Williams (Freaky Friday, Benny and Joon, Bloodsong of Love) as Mr. Heere - Mr. Reyes - Scary Stockboy; and Jason Tam (Jesus Christ Superstar, KPOP) as The Squip.

Cameron Bond (Finding Neverland), Anthony Chatmon II (The Book Of Mormon), Morgan Siobhan Green (Sweetee), Troy Iwata (The Boy Who Danced on Air), Talia Suskauer (Love in Hate Nation) and Joel Waggoner (School of Rock) are the company understudies.

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