Celebrate Ricky Martin With a Look Back at His Performance in Evita | Playbill

Photo Features Celebrate Ricky Martin With a Look Back at His Performance in Evita The music superstar, who celebrates his birthday December 24, starred as Che in the musical's 2012 Broadway revival.
Ricky Martin and cast of Evita Richard Termine

Ricky Martin, who made his Broadway debut as a replacement Marius in the original production of Les Misérables, celebrates his birthday December 24.

In honor of the Grammy-winning music superstar, look back at his most recent stint on the Great white Way, when he starred as Che in Evita. The Broadway revival of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita officially opened April 5, 2012, at the Marquis Theatre, co-starring Elena Roger as Eva, Tony winner Michael Cerveris as Juan Peron, Max von Essen as Magaldi, and Rachel Potter as the Mistress.

Evita on Broadway With Elena Roger, Ricky Martin, and More in 2012

Rounding out the cast were Ashley Amber, George Lee Andrews, Wendi Bergamini, Eric L. Christian, Kristine Covillo, Colin Cunliffe, Margot de La Barre, Bradley Dean, Rebecca Eichenberger, Melanie Field, Jennie Ford, Maya Jade Frank, Bahiyah Sayyed Gaines, Constantine Germanacos, Laurel Harris, Nick Kenkel, Brad Little, Erica Mansfield, Emily Mechler, Isabela Moner, Sydney Morton, Jessica Lea Patty, Aleks Pevec, Kristie Dale Sanders, Timothy Shew, Michaeljon Slinger, Johnny Stellard, Alex Michael Stoll, Daniel Torres, and Matt Wall.

Directed by Tony and Olivier Award winner Michael Grandage with choreography by Tony Award winner Rob Ashford, the production featured scenic and costume design by Christopher Oram, lighting design by Neil Austin, sound design by Mick Potter, and projection design by Zachary Borovay with stage management by Michael J. Passaro, Pat Sosnow, and Jim Athens. Visit the Playbill Vault for the complete cast and creative team.

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