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EVITA 11-day run at Buell Theatre starts tonight

The musical masterpiece showcasing Argentina's First Lady, Eva Perón, starts tonight at the Buell Theatre in downtown's Performing Arts Complex. EVITA is a story about Peron's influence and rise to power, but also touches on her tragically failing health. The show premiered on Broadway more than 30 years ago and is a seven-time Tony-winning production from director Michael Grandage (Tony and Olivier winner) and choreographer Rob Ashford (Tony winner).

Sean MacLaughlin as 'Juan Peron' and Caroline Bowman as 'Eva Peron' in the National Tour of Evita
Richard Termine

Performance times are:

  • Tuesdays-Sundays @7:30pm
  • Saturdays and Sundays @2pm
  • * special 2pm show on Thursday, January 26th

Among the featured songs from EVITA is “Don't Cry For Me Argentina,” a popular title written by Andrew Lloyd Webber (music) and Tim Rice (lyrics), and the famous trademark song from the musical.

The Denver Center continues their long-standing commitment to military personnel and families, with a discounted ticket rate.

Regular admission tickets are available online starting at $25, or at the Denver Center Ticket Office (at the Helen Bonfils Theatre lobby). Groups of 10+ are requested to call 303.446.4829.

EVITA is part of the 2013/2014 season sponsored by United Airlines and Vectra Bank. The musical it sponsored by the Westin Downtown Denver and HealthOne.

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