The production will be led by Briana Carlson-Goodman as Eva and Constantine Maroulis as Che, with John Cudia as Peron and Nick Adams as Magaldi. Directed and choreographed by Nick Kenkel, performances are scheduled for September 26–October 8 at the Massachusetts venue.
The ensemble includes Andrés Acosta, Matthew Chappell, Ashley Chasteen, Greer Gisy, Aaron Hamilton, Lisa Karlin, Lauren Langbaum, Carla Maniscalco-Giovinco, Michelle Marmolejo, Caleb Marshall, Emily Mechler, Bryan Ernesto Menjivar, Corey Mosello, Ellen Peterson, Kevin Raponey, Audrey Tesserot, Zack Williams, and Michael Yeshion. Isabella Carroll and Haven Pereira will alternate in the role of the child ensemble member.
The creative team also includes musical director Mark Hartmen, scenic designer Bert Scott, original costume designer Christopher Oram, costume coordinator Paula Peasley-Ninestein, lighting designer Jose Santiago, sound designer Don Hanna, wig and hair designer Gerard Kelly, production stage manager Natalie A. Lynch, assistant stage manager Dakotah Wiley Horan, assistant music director Austin Davy, and assistants to the director and choreographer Andrés Acosta and Aaron Hamilton.
Evita is produced for North Shore Music Theatre by Bill Hanney (owner/producer), Kevin P. Hill (producing artistic director), and Tom Amos (associate producer).
For tickets, visit nsmt.org, call (978) 232-7200, or visit the box office in person at 62 Dunham Rd., Beverly.