Musical Theatre Heritage "Evita" review at KC Studio
In five performances produced by Musical Theater Heritage, I have yet to be disappointed by any show. The variety has been vast — Big River, a more traditional American musical to the all-women cast of 1776. Then there is the charming A Spectacular Christmas. I had the chance to take my father to see Gypsy with Deb Bluford in the lead role and walked out, again amazed at the big bang for the production buck. And now they have staged the collaborative effort of lyricist Tim Rice and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita.