History Repeats Itself

A New Production Of Evita Designed By Paule Constable And Christopher Oram Brings Eva Perón Back To The West End

Twenty-one years after the original production of Evita chronicled the ambition and greed of Eva Perón, the first West End revival of this celebrated Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical opened on June 24, at the Adelphi Theatre in a critically acclaimed production directed by Michael Grandage. The creative team includes lighting designer Paule Constable, set and costume designer Christopher Oram, and sound designer Mick Potter.

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