September 2024

Book, Music, and Lyrics: Jonathan Larson

Additional Lyrics: Billy Aronson

Based on: La bohème by Giacomo Puccini

Premiere Performance: January 25, 1996—New York Theatre Workshop

Broadway Premiere: April 29, 1996—Nederlander Theatre, New York

Loosely based on Giacomo Puccini’s beloved opera La bohème, Rent is the story of one year in  the lives of poor, defiant, young artists as they find their creative voices and learn to love. Set in New York City’s East Village, Rent  reflects the agony of the 80s, a time shattered by the HIV/AIDS epidemic“Light My Candle,” “Goodbye Love,” and “Take Me or Leave Me,” broke new ground on Broadway with music that resonates even today.

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Date + Times

Performance runtime: approximately 3 hours—Act I: 70 minutes | Intermission: 25 minutes | Act II: 85 minutes
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Roger Davis
Angel Dumott Schunard
Benjamin "Benny" Coffin, III
Marueen Johnson
Joanne Jefferson


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