Sammi Cannold is directing 'Evita' at City Center. (Photo: Michael Kushner)
At the front of a warm rehearsal room, director Sammi Cannold stands with a pen pressed to her lips, studiously surveying her actors and then diving pen-first toward her legal pad as inspiration strikes.  The actors that Thursday include two Eva Perons, the older and the younger, played by Solea Pfieffer and Maia Reficco, respectively, in Cannold’s revisioned “Evita,” premiering at New York City Center mere days after this rehearsal. And with two Evas plus one mistress now sharing the stage in “Another Suitcase in Another Hall,” there are still some details to be worked out.  For example, is the…

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