After lighting up Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in 2019, Evita transfers to the Barbican, directed by Jamie Lloyd and featuring music and lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. Dramatising the life of Argentine political leader Eva Perón, follow her life as a 20th century political celebrity in this supercharged revival, coming back to London for just eight weeks.
Casting for the West End transfer of Evita is to be announced.
The Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre cast starred Samantha Pauly as Eva Peron, Ektor Rivera as Juan Peron, Trent Saunders as Che and Frances Mayli McCann as the Mistress.
The cast was completed by Adam Pearce, Alexander Barria, Felipe Bejarano, Alex Cardall, Russell Dickson, Lauren Drew, Hannah Fairclough, Chris Fung, Chlöe Hart, Travis Kerry, Jessica Lee, Dale Mathurin, Peter Nash, Sarah Naudi, Mireia Mambo, Marsha Songcome, Bree Smith, Monica Swayne, Oliver Tester, Amy Thornton, Jon Tsouras and Rodney Vubya.
Living in a small town in Argentina, Eva Duarte longed for a better life. Dreaming of being a high-flyer, Eva meets Colonel Perón and the two fall in love with each other. In a battle between her superficial image and her life behind the lectern, learn how Eva Peron dedicated her life to serve the people of Argentina in one of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s iconic musicals in a transformative revival by Jamie Lloyd.
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