“I am interested in physical architecture and three-dimensional space, and how figures exist in it,” explains Christopher Oram, the UK-based set/costume designer for the 2006 London revival and new Broadway production of Evita. “This was my preoccupation, along with telling the story visually articulately and legibly.” Thus, New York is “based on the work we started in the London design but has been refined and embellished for Broadway,” Oram adds. The iconic moment in Evita is the balcony ...
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