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Rent is the late Jonathan Larson's version of Puccini's La Boheme, the ever-popular opera in which a group of French artistes struggle to survive in the garrets above Paris. Larson changed the locale to New York City's East Village, updated the characters occupations (a songwriter and filmmaker as opposed to a poet and painter, for example) and chose a subplot of social activism. Along the way he's managed to change the face of musical theater in America.
Rent opened at Broadway's Nederlander Theatre on April 29, 1996 following a successful run at off-Broadway's New York Theatre Workshop. Rent is also the recipient of the 1996 Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for drama.
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Mark, a filmmaker and the show's narrator, is spending a cold Christmas Eve in the Lower East Side industrial loft he shares with his roommate Roger, a musician. They receive several phone calls -- the first is from Mark's mother consoling him over the loss of his girlfriend Maureen, a performance artist, to Joanne, a Harvard Law School graduate. The second is from their friend Tom Collins who is detained by muggers. The last is from their landlord Benny demanding the rent. The power blows and so do Roger and Mark's tops.
Outside, Collins is reeling from the mugging. He is comforted by Angel, a street musician, who offers him a helping hand -- both HIV+, Angel and Collins head out for a night on the town and a life support meeting.Read the full Rent Article