September 01, 2015

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PLAYBILL BACKSTAGE: Evita, Part One — The Dressing Rooms

Rachel Potter (who plays Perón's Mistress and gets to sing the signature number "Another Suitcase in Another Hall") takes camera in hand to go backstage at the Marquis Theatre to capture the behind-the-scenes life at Broadway's Evita. To kick off Part One of this three-part series, Potter gives us glimpses of the stars' dressing rooms and takes a preliminary glance out the window at the sidewalk by the stage door — a location she promises to return to for the mob scene that will erupt when Ricky Martin makes his post-performance exit. To see Part Two, click here.







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