Solea Pfeiffer and the company of ‘Evita’ at New York City Center. (Photo: Joan Marcus)
By Matthew Wexler
Happy 72nd birthday to Andrew Lloyd Webber! Here are 10 of our favorite performances from the Tony Award-winning composer’s repertoire.
Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda accepts the play-off challenge to deliver “Everything’s Alright” from Jesus Christ Superstar.
Here’s “Everything’s Alright” from Jesus Christ Superstar.
Your move, @OfficialALW,
aka A-L Dubs.
(And of course, imagine a red bucket on this piano labeled https://t.co/d5YxoarPgB) https://t.co/ijOty38ymF pic.twitter.com/MTyCPMvqI2
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 20, 2020
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat from the 1982 Tony Awards, featuring Lauri Beechman and Bill Hutton.
Director Sammi Cannold reimagined Evita for New York City Center, starring Maia Reficco and Solea Pfeiffer as Eva Peron and Jason Gotay as Che.
Glenn Close performs “With One Look” from Sunset Boulevard.
A legacy of performers have tackled “Memory” from CATS. Here, Jennifer Hudson sings the memorable number on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Aspects of Love lasted less than a year on Broadway, but “Love Changes Everything” has endured.
John Legend and Sara Bareilles co-starred in the recent televised production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Phantom of the Opera, has been playing for more than 32 years.
Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote a sequel to The Phantom of the Opera in 2009 titled Love Never Dies.