This season is bringing Hamilton to Cleveland.

And for the 2018-19 season, another hot Broadway production will be making its debut appearance at Cleveland’s Playhouse Square.

The new KeyBank Broadway Series was announced Tuesday night and Tony-winner Dear Evan Hansen is getting top billing.

The popular musical, based on the book by Steven Levenson with a score by the red-hot team of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (The Greatest Showman, La La Land), will be in Cleveland June 11-30, 2019.

The musical tells the story of a letter written by high-schooler Evan Hansen that fantasizes about a life he wishes he could live and a friendship he never had. The letter is made public and Hansen’s life gets swept up in the lie.

A national tour of Hello, Dolly! with Betty Buckley will launch in Cleveland with a run from Oct. 2 to 21.

Buckley has said she wept with happiness when she saw Bette Midler starring in the Tony Award-winning revival on Broadway and can’t wait to take the stage at Cleveland’s Connor Palace.

Season tickets to Playhouse Square’s 2018-19 season are now on sale and packages for all seven shows start at $150. For more information, see www.playhousesquare.org.

A week after Hello, Dolly! departs, Les Misérables arrives in Cleveland from Oct. 30 to Nov. 18. The story of French peasant Jean Valjean’s quest for redemption in the midst of revolution features a score by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil.

Another Boublil/Schönberg musical is next in the Broadway Series after the holidays, when Miss Saigon arrives Jan. 29 to Feb. 17.

This musical, which debuted in the early 1990s and is based on Puccini’s opera Madama Butterfly, was recently revived on Broadway. It depicts the love story of a American soldier and a young woman in the waning days of the Vietnam War.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock will be in Cleveland from March 5-24, 2019.

The musical based on the Jack Black film of the same name made its Broadway debut in 2015 and tells the story of a misfit substitute teacher who teaches a class of straight-A kids how to be rock stars.

Composer Alan Menken’s 2016 musical adaptation of the play and film A Bronx Tale will be in Cleveland from April 23 to May 12.

The story is set in the Bronx in the 1960s and follows the story of a young man caught in an emotional struggle between the father he loves and the mob boss he wants to be.

Rounding out the season will be Come from Away, July 9-28, 2019, which explores the impact on the small town of Gander, Newfoundland, when some 7,000 people arrived by planes grounded there after the attacks on 9/11.

The musical follows how townspeople and passengers from 38 planes worked together through the crisis.

At Tuesday night’s announcement at the Connor Palace, Colby Dezelick and Lianah Sta. Ana from Miss Saigon and Julie Reiger from Come From Away were among those who performed for a crowd of more than 2,800. Special guests included Beverley Bass, the real-life pilot featured in Come From Away, and Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri, whose real childhood story is brought to life in A Bronx Tale.

Craig Webb can be reached at cwebb@thebeaconjournal.com or 330-996-3547.