“The projections in Evita provide historical information, an emotional tone, and a sense of movement, or lack thereof,” explains projection designer Zachary Borovay, who, like lighting designer Neil Austin, joined the creative team for the Broadway version. “The beauty of the design is that it is very deceptive, especially the transitions,” he says. “Projections turn into scenery, scenery morphs between interiors and exteriors, actors magically appear and disappear, and costume changes ...

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