01 Jun 2019
(WORK HAS BEEN ADOPTED)
Dear Evan Hansen, what is a home? I don't remember ever having one. Our father is bringing me to yours though. I wonder if it will feel like one. I suppose I wouldn't know what a home felt like, but then, oh well. I'm fifteen now. I have no grounds to complain. I’ll be very happy to see you. I miss you, Evan and I love you very much. Sincerely, Maggie.
(Or Evan had a little sister that left with their dad and the extended Hansen family is visiting from hell.)
10 Apr 2019
What if Evan decided not to lie to the Murphys about Connor?
Pick a scene in which you disagreed how a character handled a situation/person and rewrite it in the way you think it should have happened.
exactly what the title says
13 Mar 2019
Rewrite of Jacaranda trees.
After that fateful day in early June Evan Hansen found a friend. For once he doesn't feel alone of unnoticed but no one can know about them. Evan doesn't want to think about what could happen if some one finds out.
Jac is on a mission. After losing everything and almost everyone he knows Jac was not in a good place. He thought he was getting better until he sees something at Elision. Given a chance to prevent it from happening. He gladly takes it.
Connor Murphy was about to kill himself. After stealing one of Evan Hansen's letters the aftermath for once in years gives him hope for the future
On the day Evan "fell" from the tree he found a friend. For the first time in many years Evan did not feel alone in the world. But no one can know of his friend's existence, for the safety of Evan and his friend
When Connor Murphy steals one of Evan's letters, Evan finds his secret might be reveled to the world