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LOOK Musical Theatre brings ‘EVITA’ to the Coleman Theatre
By Tourism Industry Partner
July 7, 2011 – Tulsa, OK – Light Opera Oklahoma, known for the first time as LOOK Musical Theatre, brings the gem of their highly acclaimed 2011 season to the Coleman Theatre for one night only on July 14th at 7:00pm. LOOK’s first season of all modern musicals runs June 18th through July 10th in Tulsa, OK, before bringing Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s EVITA to the Coleman Theatre (103 N Main St, Miami, OK 74354).
This year’s LOOK Festival brings intriguing, exceptional musical experiences to the stage. To learn more about LOOK Musical Theatre, visit www.looktheatre.org. Tickets are currently on sale at the Coleman Theatre. Premium tickets are $24, Adult seats are $14, and Senior and Student tickets are $12. A $1 reservation fee is added to all tickets. For more visit www.colemantheatre.org.
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, and Oh What a Circus. The story 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. Complete with a talented children’s chorus, this production has proven to be the crown on the LOOK Festival’s 2011 season.
Founded in 1983, LOOK is a non-profit organization that exists to preserve and promote classical and modern musical theatre by presenting professional shows each summer. The LOOK Festival employs performers and student apprentices from around the country each year. All shows feature a live orchestra, drawn from the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. Dancers are recruited from the Tulsa Ballet. LOOK is a member of Opera America and the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa.
For questions about the 2011 LOOK Festival please contact Rachel Robb at (918) 583-4267 or email email@example.com.
Fax: (918) 583-1780