Andrew lloyd webber and tim rice excerpts from evita


"I have been privileged to be a member of the House for 20 years and resign with a heavy heart, but in the knowledge that what is expected from a member today is very different from what it was when I joined the House in 1997.

In his next major musical, Cats (1981), Lloyd Webber set to music verses from a children’s book by . Eliot . In 1989 the London production of Cats (winner of the Olivier Award for best musical) surpassed Jesus Christ Superstar as the longest-running British production of a musical; it held that distinction until 2006, when it was overtaken by Les Misérables , another blockbuster show originating in the 1980s. In 1997 the Broadway version of Cats (which had won the Tony Award for best musical and best score) eclipsed the record set by the American musical A Chorus Line to become the longest-running show ever on Broadway. The Broadway and London productions of Cats closed in 2000 and 2002, respectively, after more than 7,000 performances each. Lloyd Webber experienced nearly the same level of commercial success with Starlight Express (1984; lyrics by Richard Stilgoe), in which performers notoriously donned roller skates to portray anthropomorphic toy trains; the show ran in London for more than 17 years.


Andrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice Excerpts From EvitaAndrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice Excerpts From EvitaAndrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice Excerpts From EvitaAndrew Lloyd Webber And Tim Rice Excerpts From Evita

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