Writers: Tim Rice Andrew Lloyd Webber


Act One

"A Cinema in Buenos Aires, 26 July 1952" – Crowd

--Replaced by "Junin, 26 July 1952" for the Japanese productions, London and Broadway revivals.

"Requiem for Evita" – Chorus

"Oh What a Circus" – Ché and Crowd

"On This Night of a Thousand Stars" – Magaldi

"Eva and Magaldi" / "Eva, Beware of the City" – Eva, Magaldi, Evita's Family

*"Buenos Aires" – Eva and *Crowd

"Good Night and Thank You" – Ché, Eva, Magaldi, Lovers

"The Lady's Got Potential" – Ché (often cut from productions)

"The Art of the Possible" – Perón, Generals, Eva

"Charity Concert" – Perón, Ché, Magaldi, Eva

"I'd Be Surprisingly Good for You" – Eva and Perón

"Hello and Goodbye" – Eva

"Another Suitcase in Another Hall" – Perón's Mistress, Men's Chorus

"Peron's Latest Flame" – Ché, Aristocrats, Soldiers, Eva

"A New Argentina" – Eva, Ché, Perón, Crowd

Act Two

"On the Balcony of the Casa Rosada" – Perón, Ché, Crowd

"Don't Cry for Me Argentina" – Eva

"High Flying Adored" – Ché and Eva

"Rainbow High" – Eva and Dressers

"Rainbow Tour" – Perón, Advisers, Ché

"The Actress Hasn't Learned the Lines (You'd Like to Hear)" – Eva, Aristocrats, Ché

*"And the Money Kept Rolling In (And Out)" – Ché and Crowd

"Santa Evita" – Children and Chorus

"A Waltz for Eva and Ché" – Eva and Ché

"You Must Love Me" – Eva --Written for the 1996 film, "You Must Love Me" was added to the 2006 London production and has been used in other post-film productions. Its placement varies from right after "Waltz for Eva and Che" to right before "Eva's Final Broadcast."

"Peron's Latest Flame" - Soldiers

"She Is a Diamond" – Perón

"Dice Are Rolling" / "Eva's Sonnet" – Perón and Eva

"Eva's Final Broadcast" – Eva

"Montage" – Eva, Che, Perón, Chorus

"Lament" – Eva, Embalmers, Che

A song with an asterisk (*) before the title indicates a dance number; a character listed in a song with an asterisk (*) by the character's name indicates that the character exclusively serves as a dancer in this song, which is sung by other characters.

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