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Evita
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Evita

Apr 05, 2012 - Jan 26, 2013
Running time: 2:25
PLAYING @
Marriot Marquis Theatre
1535 Broadway
New York, NY 10036
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Bus: M104, M10, M27/M50, M6, M7, or M42 bus.
By Subway:

1, 2, 3, 7, 9, N, Q, R, or W train to Times Square, walk north along Broadway to the theatre  or

A, C, or E to 42nd St walk north to 45th St and east to the theatre.

Show Description:

Cast

Ricky Martin, Elena Roger, Michael Cerveris

Music

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Lyrics

Tim Rice

Book

Tim Rice

Director

Michael Grandage

Choreography

Rob Ashford

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$75.00 - $155.00
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ADDITIONAL INFO

Listed at TKTS: Frequently
Rush
$38.00 – May be available on day of performance when the box office opens. Subject to availability. Limit 2 tickets per valid college or high school student ID.
Audience Advisory
Ricky Martin's final performance: January 26th 2013
Age Guidance: 16
Show Notes
At Wednesday evening and Saturday matinee performances, the role of Eva will be performed by Christina DeCicco, with the exception of Wed. March 14, when Elena Roger will play both matinee and evening performances, and Wed. April 4, when Christina DeCicco will play the matinee and Elena Roger will play the evening performance. Beginning September 2012, Christina DeCicco will perform the role of Eva during Wednesday and Saturday matinees.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Accessible seating available at the Box Office only.
Elevator\Escalator
Both.
Passenger Loading Zone
Between 45th & 46th Sts. Hotel loading zone.
Parking
Hotel and valet parking garages: 45th & 46th Sts.
Curb Ramps
SW corner of Broadway & 46th St.; SE corner of 8th Ave. & 46th St.; NW corner of Broadway & 45th St.
Entrance
Door (32") to hotel lobby with elevators. Theater entrance third floor of hotel. Ramp to wheelchair seating. Every row in theater on a different step.
Box Office
Broadway between 45th & 46th Sts. Counter 42".
Restroom
Womens and Mens: Hotel 3rd and 4th floors. Door 47". Stall door 30". Stall 36" x 60". Commode 20". Grab bars.
Water Fountain
Hotel 3rd and 4th floor. Spout 33".8th Floor of Hotel
Telephone
Hotel 3rd and 4th floor. Coin slot 59.5". Cord 29". Box office. Coin slot 54". Cord 29".
Infrared Listening System
Hearing devices available at Box Office.
Visual
None.

VIDEOS

REVIEWS

Max Von Essen is a perfectly oily Magaldi. Michael Cerveris as Peron brings depth and even warmth to the dictator. Ricky Martin exceeds expectations. The pop star displays some credible stage chops as Che minus the cigar and hard revolutionary edge that made Mandy Patinkin’s turn so memorable. But the spotlight is brightest on Elena Roger who gives Evita tremendous dimension. And while she may lack Patti Lupone's vocal power, she more than makes up for it with a fiercely nuanced portrayal that reeks of authenticity.

- Roma Torre, NY1
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Martin’s character is meant to be a kind of unifying force in Evita, guiding readers through its leaps of time and space. In this case, Martin himself serves that function, drawing together the show’s elements through his example. He manages Che’s dense, unremitting vocal line with stamina and aplomb. He seems to own every dance formation he appears in. Where Cerveris comes across as a cool, younger John McCain stiff of a politician, Martin never forfeits his pop star’s fervid connection with the audience. Evita marks his first Broadway appearance since 1996, before his steep ascent to fame, and the role, like this production itself, proves that an old project revisited can occasionally make for an exciting new thing.

- Nathan Heller, Vogue
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Whatever its deficiencies as history, Evita is a formidable piece of theater, and Michael Grandage's revival, which has now transferred to Broadway after a long run on London's West End, makes a wholly persuasive case for the 1978 musical in which Tim Rice and Baron Lloyd-Webber (as he is now officially styled) told how an Argentine actress-tart found happiness by bedding and wedding an up-and-coming caudillo.

- Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal
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ARTICLES

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Oct 24, 2012

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Apr 04, 2012

The actor becomes Perón in Broadway's "Evita"