Evita Orlando Plot
Are you on the lookout for something entertaining to do this weekend? Well there are plenty
of shows opening for the stage near you, it's just a matter of narrowing it down until you find the one you want to see performed
before your very eyes! Perhaps you're in the mood for a comedy that will have you rolling in your seat until the show is over!
Or perhaps you're in the mood for a show that explores the gentle nuances of romance. Or maybe there'll be a great rags-to-riches
story opening up in a theater near you soon! If you're interested in rags-to-riches stories though, there's none better than
that of Evita Peron! Though her story was popularized by the theatrical version of this great musical, you owe it to yourself
to hear the original songs performed for the stage in this exciting drama about one woman's journey from being a young girl
on the streets of Argentina to being an accomplished singer, actress, and first lady to controversial figure Juan Peron, leader
of Argentina in the 1930s and '40s. Come see how one woman quickly rose up the social ranks and become the most beloved figure
in her country, pulling even more weight with her name than her husband who was in office!
If you love your music with
a great back story and a Latin rhythm, you've come to see the right show! With all of the catchy songs that go into this show,
you'll be bopping your head along in tune to the beat while taking in some of the deeper plot in the story. If you were hoping
to catch Evita when it opens for the stage near you, head out now to StubHub and get your tickets while they're still available!
Even if you're not in the mood to see Evita when it opens for the stage this weekend, you always have the opportunity to catch
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waste any time standing in line at the box office, not with your tickets just a few clicks away on StubHub! Grab your laptop
and head over to a place with an internet connection to check StubHub for the very latest on available tickets for you to
see Evita when it opens up on a stage near you!
Evita Orlando Schedule
Were you planning on being in the
Bob Carr Performing Arts Center to seeEvita when it opens live for the stage? Well you're in luck! There's plenty to see and
do in Orlando, so no matter what you end up doing after you see Evita, you'll have plenty of options available to you! Besides
being the home of Walt Disney World, Orlando is also home to Universal Studios! Get your fill of what Orlando has to offer
when you get your tickets to seeEvita when it opens for the stage today! Get your tickets and make your friends jealous that
you saw this show before they did, don't miss out!
Evita Orlando Cast
The show's original run in the West
End was comprised of such famous stage actors as Elaine Paige, David Essex, Joss Ackland! The show had an enormously successful
run and eventually was prepared for the Broadway crowd! On the show's initial run on Broadway, some of the actors were succeeded
by such greats of the stage as Marti Webb, Stephanie Lawrence, and Siobhan McCarthy. If you were hoping to see a show that
has received nothing but the highest marks for the ability of its performers in recent years, you should head out to see Evita
when it opens for the stage near you!
Evita Orlando Author
The music in Evita was written by Andrew Lloyd
Webber, with the lyrics done by Tim Rice. Though they both are to thank for the success of the show, this story almost never
happened! Tim Rice in particular is to thank for doing his due diligence in researching Evita Peron while on a trip to Argentina
and discovered through a radio broadcast just how important she was to the people of her nation. Come and see her portrayal
in this show and leave this weekend with a new found appreciation for this public figure! Get your tickets today!
Q: When did Evita first debut on the stage?A: Audiences were delighted in 1978 when the show first opened
in the West End.
Q: What happened to Evita after her death in 1952?A: She was embalmed and then put on display in Juan
Peron's house for a time before her body disappeared. In 1971, it was revealed that she had been buried under a false name
in Italy to protect her body after Juan and Eva's names and likenesses were banned in Argentina following his fall from power.