Why See Evita?
EVITA tells Eva's passionate and tragic story through Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's most dazzling and beloved score, including "Don't Cry for Me Argentina", "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" and "High Flying Adored," together with "You Must Love Me", the Oscar-winning hit from the film EVITA.
After researching the life of Eva Peron for many years, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber released EVITA in 1976 as a concept album with Julie Covington as Eva and it became a world-wide hit. Soon after, the production debuted on stage in London's West End starring Elaine Paige and directed by Hal Prince.
The production transferred to Broadway and opened in 1979 starring Patti LuPone, who went on to win one of the seven 1980 Tony Awards the show earned.
Previews from: 12 March 2012
Opening night: 5 April 2012
Suitable for audiences aged 8 and upwards
Two hours and 15 minutes with one intermission
Cast and Creative
Elena Roger as Eva Peron
Ricky Martin as Che
Michael Cerveris as Juan Peron
Max von Essen
George Lee Andrews
Eric L. Christian
Margot de La Barre
Bahiyah Sayyed Gaines
Jessica Lea Patty
Kristie Dale Sanders
Alex Michael Stoll
CreativeLyrics by: Tim Rice
Music by: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Book by: Tim Rice
Direction: Michael Grandage
Choreography: Rob Ashford
Set and Costume Design: Christopher Oram
Lighting Design: Neil Austin
Sound Design: Mick Potter
Projection Design: Zachary Borovay
Musical Supervision/Direction: Kristen Blodgette
Orchestrations: Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Cullen
Dance Arrangements: David Chase
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