Don’t cry for me Argentina!
Oklahoma Magazine is giving away two pair of tickets to LOOK Musical Theatre’s production of Evita.
To be eligible for this prize, you must fill out the form below and correctly answer the following question:
What term, literally meaning "shirtless ones," is used to refer to Eva Peron’s working-class political base?
Two winners will be selected from the correct responses at 10 AM, Thursday, July 7. The winners will be contacted via email and must pick up tickets at the Oklahoma Magazine offices before 5 PM.
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s extraordinary musical Evita features some of the biggest hit songs ever written, including "Don’t Cry for Me Argentina," "On This Night of a Thousand Stars," "Another Suitcase in Another Hall," "Oh What a Circus," and many more.
The story of Evita, told entirely through song and dance, follows the life of Argentina’s infamous Eva Peron. It begins in 1934 and follows the young girl from her small hometown to Buenos Aires, where she uses her feminine power to climb the ladder of success, first as a model, then as an actress and finally as the wife of General Juan Peron.
When Peron is elected president, Eva becomes the most powerful woman in South America. At the end of her life she questions whether or not she took the right path. With more than 20 major awards to its credit including a Tony award for Best Musical and Best Original Score, this production of the smash hit show promises to be the gem of the LOOK Festival’s season.