See Be More Chill Celebrate 100 Performances on Broadway

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After a New Jersey premiere and an Off-Broadway triumph, the Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz musical opened at the Lyceum Theatre March 10.
Company of <i>Be More Chill </i>with fans
Company of Be More Chill with fans Zachary Thompson Lane (@iamnotastreet)

Be More Chill celebrated its 100th performance on Broadway June 4. The Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz musical opened at the Lyceum Theatre March 10 following previews that began February 13.

Featuring a score by Iconis and a book by Tracz, Be More Chill is based on Ned Vizzini’s novel about Jeremy Heere, an awkward high schooler who succumbs to the influence of the Squip, a pill-shaped supercomputer purported to make its user more chill.

Flip through photos of the production below:

The full company from the Off-Broadway engagement reprises their performances at the Lyceum, including Will Roland (Dear Evan Hansen) as Jeremy, George Salazar (Godspell) as Michael, Stephanie Hsu (SpongeBob SquarePants) as Christine, Gerard Canonico (Spring Awakening) as Rich, Katlyn Carlson (Dirty Dancing) as Chloe, Tiffany Mann (Waitress) as Jenna, Lauren Marcus (Barrington's Company) as Brooke, Britton Smith (Shuffle Along) as Jake, Jason SweetTooth Williams (Freaky Friday) as Mr. Heere/Mr. Reyes/Scary Stockboy, and Jason Tam (Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert) as The Squip.

Rounding out the cast as understudies are Cameron Bond, Anthony Chatmon II, Morgan Siobhan Green, Troy Iwata, Talia Suskauer, and Joel Waggoner.

The production features choreography by Chase Brock, sets by Beowulf Boritt, costumes by Bobby Frederick Tilley II, lighting by Tyler Micoleau, sound design by Ryan Rumery, projection design by Alex Basco Koch, musical direction by Emily Marshall, and orchestrations by Charlie Rosen. Casting is by Telsey + Company.

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