Evita Washington DC Tickets
The multi-award winning musical Evita is regarded as one of the most successful works of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, who gave the music and lyrics. Evita describes the journey of an Argentine political leader Eva Peron who started from nothing and rose to become one of the most prominent political figures in the history of the country. The show narrates this journey of fame through the eyes of people. Evita ran in the West End and on Broadway with great success. This amazing show is coming to entertain the theatre goers present in Washington at the Kennedy Center Opera House. Evita Washington tickets are now open for sale, get yours today before they sell out.
Focusing on the life of Argentine political leader Eva Perón, the musical Evita describes the power, the charity and the death of the leader still remembered. The compositions and lyrics of the show are a result of an amazing teamwork by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
Initially, the musical started off as a rock opera concept album which was released in 1976. The album was a great success that led to the production of the musical in 1978 in London's West End. The musical was a hit and earned the Laurence Olivier Award for “Best Musical”. The success pattern followed for the Broadway production as well, where Evita was the first British musical to earn the Tony Award for “Best Musical”.
These successful productions were followed by a series of professional tours and conducted shows in different parts of the world. The movie version of the musical was produced in 1996 featuring Madonna and Antonio Banderas. The revival of the musical was done in London as well as Broadway in 2006 and 2012, respectively.
Over the years, the musical has earned several awards including seven Tony Awards, one Outer Critics Circle Award and six Drama Desk Awards. This award winning musical is soon coming to Washington. Make sure you have the Evita Washington tickets for the performance scheduled at Kennedy Center Opera House. With a seating capacity of over twenty-three hundred people, the Opera House is the second largest theatre in the Center.