Theater, Musicals
Rent at New World Stages
Photograph: Joan Marcus LOST VERIZON Shingledecker, left, listens in on Chanler-Berat's call.

Decades before Hamilton, the hardest ticket to get on Broadway was for Jonathan Larson’s RENT, a reinvention of Puccini’s La bohème set in New York City’s east village during the 1990s. Though the AIDS crisis at the heart of the play may be somewhat abated today, the larger issues of health, homelessness, love and sexuality remain extremely pertinent. This 20th anniversary touring production is presented by Broadway in Austin.

By: Andrew Friedenthal


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