Bulgari have announced that they will celebrate the much anticipated return of “Evita” to Broadway with an exclusive private event and performance benefitting Save the Children's HEART program, dedicated to Healing and Education through the Arts.

Starting April 25, tickets will be available to the public for this exclusive celebration package including a private event on June 25 hosted by Bulgari at their flagship store on Fifth Ave. where guests will enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while they mingle with “Evita” stars Ricky Martin, Elena Roger and Michael Cerveris. Guests also will have the opportunity to purchase one of 10 specially engraved rings made for this partnership, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to HEART. Afterwards, guests will head to the Marquis Theatre where they will enjoy a special performance of “Evita” from prime orchestra seats and be treated to a post-show talkback with members of the cast.

To purchase a ticket to this event, click here. As an added effort, 5 percent of all “Evita” tickets for any performance can be donated to HEART when purchased here.

Bulgari has been supporting Save the Children’s global education efforts since 2009, raising funds that have totaled nearly $16 million, partly through the sales of these special-edition rings.

Save the Children’s Healing and Education through the Arts ( HEART) program is a new and innovative global education program. HEART brings the proven power of artistic expression — drawing, painting, music, drama, dance and more — to some of the world’s most vulnerable children, helping them heal and learn so they can reach their highest potential. HEART is currently carried out by Save the Children in preschools, primary schools, and after-school programs in Haiti, Malawi, Mozambique and Nepal. For more information, visit www.savethechildren.org/HEART.

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