New York City Center stages a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Evita as its Annual Gala Presentation for an extended two-week run from November 13 to 24, marking the 100th anniversary of Eva Perón's birth.

The beloved Lloyd webber score includes such musical theatre standards as “Another Suitcase in Another Hall,” “On This Night of a Thousand Stars,” “High Flying Adored,” and, of course, “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina.”

Performances take place on New York City Center's Mainstage.

(Photos by Joan Marcus)

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Running time: 
2hrs (including 1 intermission)
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About Evita:

Fame, power, and illusion collide in a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock opera Evita. This acclaimed musical examines the rapid and controversial ascent of Eva Perón, the first lady of Argentina, from poor illegitimate child to the most powerful woman in Latin America to her untimely death at age 33. A mosaic portrait of an extraordinary life, Evita tells the story of a woman endlessly determined to make an irrevocable mark on a world she would leave behind too soon.

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Book and Lyrics by Tim Rice
New York City Center
Sammi Cannold
Valeria Solomonoff and Emily Maltby
Cast list:
Enrique Acevedo (as Perón), Jason Gotay (as Che), Philip Hernandez (as Magaldi), Solea Pfeiffer (as Eva age 20 – 33), and Maia Reficco (as Eva age 15 – 20)
Other info:
Music Direction by Kristen Blodgette
Evita Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
November 13, 2019
Opening date: 
November 13, 2019
November 24, 2019

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

New York City Center

131 West 55th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenue), New York, NY 10019
Nearest subway station:
57th Street stations

Our Evita Review

The legacy and history of the Broadway genre is defined most by its divas: Broadway’s brightest and most archetypal stars have been women. They are charismatic, larger than life, and have voices that bring crowds to their knees and to their feet. Moreover, they are immense cultural properties that hold a special place in the hearts of those they reach.