Constantine Maroulis will play Che in North Shore Music Theatre's upcoming production of Evita.
Constantine Maroulis will play Che in North Shore Music Theatre's upcoming production of Evita.
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North Shore Music Theatre announced that two-time Tony Award nominee Constantine Maroulis (Rock of Ages) will be joining the cast of its production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Evita, running September 26-October 8.

Maroulis will play Che, opposite Briana Carlson-Goodman (Doctor Zhivago) as Eva Perón, John Cudia (Les Misérables) as Perón, and Nick Adams (Priscilla Queen of the Desert) as Magaldi. The ensemble will include Andrés Acosta, Matthew Chappell, Ashley Chasteen, Greer Gisy, Aaron Hamilton, Lisa Karlin, Lauren Langbaum, Carla Maniscalco-Giovinco, Michelle Marmolejo, Caleb Marshall, Emily Mechler, Bryan Ernesto Menjivar, Corey Mosello, Ellen Peterson, Kevin Raponey, Audrey Tesserot, Zack Williams, and Michael Yeshion. Isabella Carroll and Haven Pereira will alternate in the role of the child.

Directed and choreographed by Nick Kenkel, the creative team will include Mark Hartmen (music direction), Bert Scott (scenic design), Christopher Oram (original costume design), Paula Peasley-Ninestein (costume coordination), Jose Santiago (lighting design), Don Hanna (sound design), Gerard Kelly (wig and hair design), Natalie A. Lynch (production stage manager), Dakotah Wiley Horan (assistant stage manager), Austin Davy (assistant music director), and Andrés Acosta as well as Aaron Hamilton (assistants to the director-choreographer). North Shore Music Theatre owner Bill Hanney is the producer, with Kevin P. Hill serving as producing artistic director and Tom Amos as associate producer.

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