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Zorba, and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

Shortly after finishing Cabaret on Broadway, Evan began rehearsals for the New York City Center Encores! production of Zorba, directed by Walter Bobbie and choreographed by Josh Rhodes. The show featured a tremendous cast, including John Turturro, Marin Mazzie, Santino Fontana, Zoe Wanamaker, Elizabeth A. Davis, Adam Chanler-Berat, Carlos Valdes, and Robert Cuccioli.

Emma Stone, Theatre Buff, Dr. Oz, Broadway Cares, Sienna Miller, and more!

Cabaret has continued to be an absolutely surreal experience. Some highlights below:

1. Emma Stone succeeded Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles on November 11, and graced Studio 54 with her energy, kindness, and breathtaking performances through February 15. Check out Ben Brantley's rave review in the New York Times.

Opening Night, Great Reviews, Celebrity Guests, Hot List, TONY Awards, and more!

So much excitement on the Cabaret front that there has been no time for a website update!

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Roundabout's Spring Gala, and Sold-Out Previews!

Lots of excitement on the Cabaret front!

Broadway's Hottest Chorus Boys

A few weeks ago, Evan was featured by Time Out New York as one of the ten hottest chorus boys opening in Broadway musicals this spring. Also featured were several of his castmates from Cabaret: Caleb Damschroder, Ben Eakeley, Kristin Olness, and Jane Pfitsch. If you're interested, you can check out the feature here: Time Out NY: Broadway's Hottest Chorus Boys.

Happy Almost Spring, everyone!

Broadway debut in Cabaret!!!

This spring, Evan will make his Broadway debut as Hans in Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Cabaret at Studio 54!

The production stars Tony Award winner Alan Cumming and three-time Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams, and will be co-directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Skyfall) and Academy Award nominee Rob Marshall (Chicago and Nine, the films).

Entering the Twitter-verse

You can now follow Evan on Twitter! Here is the link: Evan's up-and-coming Twitter page. It will take some time to get this new platform up and running, but it was high time to join the 21st century!

Stay warm, everyone!

Monty, Guest, Burning Up, Teatro

What a busy summer! After finishing up Hairspray in Jackson and Meeting Mr. Right in NYC, Evan played Keno in The Full Monty at Barnstormers, traveled to beautiful Lake Geneva to sing a fantastic performance with Teatro, and then returned to Barnstormers to play Maj. Julian Farrar in Agatha Christie's The Unexpected Guest. It was an exciting few months: the shows were successful, the work was varied and enriching, and Evan's fellow performers were a wonderful collection of brilliantly talented friends new and old.

More spring updates

Lots more spring updates!

1. On June 20th, Evan performed in the Ken Davenport Ten-Minute Play Contest. Evan played Douglas Wright (or "Mr. Right") in "Meeting Mr. Right". The piece was written by Broadway veteran Stephan Deghelder and directed by Broadway veteran Dennis Grimaldi, and the performance was attended by a wide array of heavy-hitting industry professionals.

"Dream" reviews, opera premiere, Yahoo! Daily Shot, Hairspray, The Unexpected Guest, and Full Monty!

Lots of Spring updates!

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