Evita Broadway Show
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Evita on Broadway
The 2006 London revival of the Andrew Lloyd Webber / Tim Rice musical Evita starring Elena Roger as Eva Peron at last comes to Broadway in 2012. Latin pop star Ricky Martin will play the role of Che in this production, a part originated on Broadway by Mandy Patinkin.
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The musical Evita charts Eva Peron's rise to power in Argentina, and among its many classic Andrew Lloyd Webber / Tim Rice songs is "Don't Cry For Me Argentina".
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
Michael Grandage (Direction)
Rob Ashford (Choreography)
Christopher Oram (Set and Costume Design)
Neil Austin (Lighting Design)
Mick Potter (Sound Design)
Zachary Borovay (Projection Design)
Kristen Blodgette (Musical Supervision/Direction)
Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Cullen (Orchestrations)
David Chase (Dance Arrangements)
Tim Rice (Book)
Andrew Lloyd Webber (Music and Lyrics)
Summary Eva Peron's rise to fame and power in Argentina is brought to life in this Tony Award-winning musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
Age Tweens and Up. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Though this through-sung pop opera doesn't have the strong narrative or distinctive characters that we usually expect from traditional musicals, it is blessed with many memorable songs ("Don't Cry For Me Argentina" being the most famous) and a fascinating real-life heroine. Newcomer Elena Roger is small, but she's a spitfire and she attacks Eva's songs with an appealing ferocity. As the show's narrator, Ricky Martin sings well enough, but can't find much to do with his rather thin role, which mostly just calls for him to remind the audience over and over again that Evita never did much for the peasants that she claimed to represent. The stately production looks outstanding, using captivating tango-inspired choreography to move this tale of power gained and lost to its inevitable conclusion.