The new work, a portrayal of the legendary and divisive Eva "Evita" Perón, is part of the Dance Festival at New York City Center.
Ballet Hispánico will perform Doa Perón, a new full-length production, at New York City Center from April 1-3 as part of the inaugural City Center Dance Festival.
An inside peek at rehearsals and an interview with choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa can be found in the video above.
The work, which is set to an original score by Peter Salem, is a portrayal of the legendary and controversial Eva "Evita" Perón, whose ambition and conflicting desires fueled her life as a feminist leader and activist.
Instead of a smorgasbord of companies, the City Center Dance Event is a springtime counterpart to the two-week Fall for Dance Festival; instead of a smorgasbord of organizations, this festival focuses on four leading New York companies.
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