Posts Tagged ‘Evita’

Art Adverts Start a New Wave

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by Greg Solman Advertising strategies gearing up for next season take art out the wilderness. CityArts surveys the new media tacticians who bring Broadway shows, museums and other art venues to popular attention. Art and its patrons all benefit from millennial art advertising’s new tactical strategies. Part 1 of a two-part series. New Yorkers with [&hellip
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Doug Strassler’s Fearless Tony Awards Predictions

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in Arts & Film, Theater

By Doug Strassler Yesterday I posted my predictions for the winners on Sunday’s 66th Annual Tony Awards telecast. Below, my feelings about who will and who should go home with the gold in the musical categories:   Best Musical: Nominees include the already-shuttered Leap of Faith, Newsies, Nice Work If You Can Get It, and [&hellip
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Armond White: The Prophecy of Evita

Written by Armond White on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts Our Town Downtown

Webber and Rice’s Celebrity Expose Evita is back–and at the right time, too. Celebrity worship wasn’t like it is now when Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice debuted Evita in 1975 as a concept album featuring Julie Covington of Rock Follies fame. There was no irony–or subservience–in their original idea of exploring the dubious sanctity [&hellip
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Where’s the Fire? The first Broadway revival of Evita is only medium flying adored

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

“A backstreet girl” is how Evita describes the ambitious Eva Duarte Peron, the ambitious actress who clawed her way from poverty to celebrity as the wife of Argentine dictator Juan Peron and, ultimately, to either immortality or infamy, based on which side of fence this polarizing figure put you on. Her legend was considerably abetted [&hellip
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