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Ben Platt along with the Throw of Dear Evan Hansen Are nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for the performance of "You'll Be Located" on NBC's Today.

If you have been suffering from severe FOMO since you have not gotten an opportunity to see Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway however, do not worry, because shortly, the series is coming to bookstores near you -- kind of. As shown by a recent announcement from Little, Brown and Company, the Tony-winning musical has been adapted to young adult novel that extends on the series's first characters and stories. If you can not quit playing "Waving Through a Window" on repeat, you are likely to need to be certain this forthcoming name, which hits shelves in October, is in your radar.

Dear Evan Hansen: The Book will take the hit musical and then turn it into a book for young adults. It follows Evan, an anxious and lonely adolescent whose whole life is altered when you lie about a newly deceased classmate being his secret companion gifts him with the chance to do what he's always wanted most: belong. Heralded for its portrayal of despair, mental sickness, and also the authentic coming-of-age encounter, Dear Evan Hansen is really a groundbreaking show that will, soon enough, become a revolutionary book, also.

Producer Stacey Mindich said partnering with Mirvish has been a clear option.

"I am a mother and that I believe the series a fourth kid, and that I wished to entrust this infant to somebody who has an outstanding history and it only felt the most effective first move was to visit David Mirvish," Mindich said.

"He's a partner on our Broadway production and therefore I have gotten to know him. So it felt like a very natural first movement for us (as we) step gingerly into other nations."

Mirvish said that he was thrilled to be entrusted with all the series's first global production.

"That is a series I've been pursuing for a couple of years at the least. It is wonderful that they have picked ... to come to Canada and also to come to us since I am convinced they are being chased throughout the world," Mirvish said.