Evita On Tour
I don’t know too much about the history in regards to Eva Perón and Former Argentina dictator Juan Perón.
What I do recall is Madonna singing Don’t cry for me Argentina and always feeling overcome with sadness.
Given that I know nothing but that and belting out my rendition of the song.
Emma Hatton has lead role Eva Peron I just had to come and see her perform again!
I say again because she was my Elphaba in Wicked ( READ HERE ), her vocals and passion blew me away and made me want to start reviewing theatre.
The story follows Evita’s early life,
Gian Marco Schiaretti who will be taking on the role of Che, a character who reflects the voice of the Argentine people, was an Argentine Marxist revolutionary, physician, author, guerrilla leader, diplomat, and military theorist.
Tells the story of how Eva sleeps her way up the social ladder, becoming a model, radio star, and actress (“Goodnight and Thank You”). Her rise to power, charity work, and eventual death of Cancer.
she moved from her hometown to Buenos Aires where the rise of her popularity and socialite began she had to be seen looking good showed an entirely turned out woman, even with all her publicity for her husband Juan Peron a fair amount were still unhappy with Eva’s publicity.
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita is iconic. some of the best-loved songs in musical theatre,
Don’t Cry for Me Argentina,
On This Night of a Thousand Stars,
You Must Love Me, Another Suitcase in Another Hall,
I have to say I found this a very song-filled show there wasn’t much talking, the stage setting and ensemble along with the live band worked with amazing grace, the lighting and sound effects from the earthquake scene’s were cleverly executed.
my heart was in my throat with Emma’s cries in pain a lot of energy given in Evita
I was hoping to learn more about it, and I had it seemed that Eva Perón was a public stature for the women and the people, taking tours even when she was fragile.