Friday, September 11th at 8pm
Saturday, September 12th at 8pm
Sunday, September 13th at 3pm
Friday, September 18th at 8pm
Saturday, September 19th at 8pm
Sunday, September 20th at 3pm
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Evita charts the rags-to-riches rise of the First Lady of Argentina, who won the love of her countrymen after marrying military leader-turned-president Juan Peron. Set in Buenos Aires between 1934-1952, the musical follows Eva Duarte Peron on her journey from fatherless child to ambitious actress to the most powerful woman in Latin America—and, eventually, to a saint-like figure after her death from cancer at age 33. The events in Evita’s life are presented in song and editorialized on by the show’s narrator, Che.
The score includes hummable tunes like “Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina” (sung by a gorgeously gowned Evita in the now-famous balcony scene) and adds “You Must Love Me,” the Oscar-winning ballad sung by Madonna in the movie. Evita is a sweeping evening of Broadway entertainment, boasting a 25-member ensemble and captivating choreography.
Eva Duarte Peron
The People of Argentina
John Albrecht, Kayla Bevacqua, Dylan Brown, Ashley Bruno, Tomas Carson, Alexa Chalnick, Sheri Chalnick, Alexa DeAnna, Joe DiBernardo, Laura Diorio, Brendan Flanagan, Jenna Garrison, Tommy Gedrich, Alessandra Giunta, Jonathan Hanson, Elizabeth Legregin, Lauran Mazzara, Alyssa McAvoy, Lindsey Minarchi, Patrick Murray, William Neiss, Carly Nelson, Jenna O’Neill, Regene Odon, Michael Olender, Greg Perkins, Emma Risley, Christian Romero, Joann Roy, Lianah Sta.Ana, Stephen Szymanski, Jo Wymer, Hudson Wymer & Donte Wilder
The Children of Argentina
Sarah Coleman, Leia LaRue, Sydney LaRue, Ceci Lihn, Sophie Pelton, Kara Robertelli, Grace Sweeney, Jack Sweeney, Kendall Thorner, & RJ Vandenbrouck