Bay Street Theater’s Intimate Staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Evita Begins July 31

Regional News   Bay Street Theater’s Intimate Staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Evita Begins July 31
Performances continue through August 26 at the Sag Harbor venue.
Trent Saunders, Arianna Rosario, and Omar Lopez-Cepero
Trent Saunders, Arianna Rosario, and Omar Lopez-Cepero

Arianna Rosario (On Your Feet, Cats), Trent Saunders (Aladdin, American Idiot tour), and Omar Lopez-Cepero (On Your Feet, American Idiot) star as Eva Perón, Che, and Perón, respectively, in the Bay Street Theater and Sag Harbor Center for the Arts production of Evita.

Directed by Will Pomerantz and choreographed by Marcos Santana, the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical plays the New York venue July 31–August 26.

The cast also features Kyle Barisich (The Phantom of the Opera, Bay Street’s My Fair Lady) as Magaldi and Gabi Campo (The Prom on Broadway) as The Mistress with Julian Alvarez, Edgar Cavazos, Lauren Csete, Elisa Galindez, Juan Guillen, Jose Ozuna, Dakota Quackenbush, Danelle Rivera, and Carolina Santos Read.

The creative team includes music supervisor Aaron Jodoin, set designer Anna Louizos, lighting designer Mike Billings, costume designer Lindsay Davis, sound designer Jon Weston, prop designer Andrew Diaz, production stage manager Robert Bennett, and assistant stage manager Denise Yaney, with casting by Stewart/Whitley.


“Ever since joining Bay Street as Artistic Director, I have dreamt of bringing the brilliant musical Evita to our stage. So the summer of 2018 is truly a dream come true for me!” said Bay Street Theater Artistic Director Scott Schwartz in an earlier statement. “In Will Pomerantz and Marcos Santana’s dance-filled, visionary new production, the audience will be transported to a gritty Argentinean tango club where they will get closer to the iconic characters and beloved score than ever before. With a dazzling cast and first class design team, I know Evita will be a thrilling theatrical event unlike any we’ve presented before.”

For ticket information call (631) 725-9500 or purchase online at

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