Based on the Puccini opera La Bohème, this contemporary classic explodes from a dingy, disheveled loft apartment in New York's East Village and, wrote Rolling Stone, depicts "young ... artists struggling to celebrate life in the shadow of drugs, poverty and AIDS." Jonathan Larson's score blends pop, salsa, rhythm and blues, gospel, and rock into one of the most compelling musicals in American theater history. Winner of the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Directed and choreographed by Mary Jo Lodge.

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