FRC Presents: Evita

January 11, 2019

January 26, 2019

$17 to $25

Beddington Theatre Arts Centre, 375 Bermuda Drive Northwest, Calgary

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Events Description

Set in Argentina between 1934 and 1952, Evita charts the story of a young and ambitious Eva Peron’s meteoric rise to sainthood. As a young woman who longs for an acting career, fame, and fortune, Eva quickly learns that her feminine wiles hold power among a culture, and a political system, run by men. Once she makes it to Buenos Aires, Evita finds fame and influence in her powers of seduction, eventually seducing the rising political figure, Juan Perón, who becomes the President of Argentina. As First Lady, she aligns herself with the poor, winning herself, and Perón, popularity among Argentinians. Evita becomes a hero to the poor and the working class —and an enemy to the rich – until her untimely death of cancer at the tender age of 33. A young and unknown revolutionary, Ché, narrates the rise and fall of the beloved matriarch of the Argentinian people.

With one of Lloyd Webber’s most-loved scores, combining Latin, jazz, pop and more traditional influences, Evita is a classic for the ages!

Who is it for?

Evita is intended for a general audience, parental discretion is advised.

HOW MUCH

Tickets :

Individual Tickets:
Adults: $25
Students & Seniors (with ID): $22

Opening Weekend (Friday-Sunday)
Regular: $20
Students/Seniors: $17

First Tuesday performance will have a limited number of tickets available on a Pay-What-You-Can basis.
How to get tickets?

Buy Online

Phone: 403-246-8505, Ext 1 for Box Office – By telephone or in-person: 9:00AM – 9:00PM 7 days a week

WHEN & WHERE

Date & Time:

Friday, January 11 to Saturday, January 26, 2019

Tuesdays to Fridays | 07:30 PM

Saturdays | 02:00 PM &  07:30 PM, except opening weekend: 07:30 PM

Sundays | 02:00 PM

Evita runs approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes, including a 20 minute intermission.

Venue & Address :

Front Row Centre Players – 375 Bermuda Dr NW, Calgary, AB T3K 2J5

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