As timeless as love itself
Lose your heart to the timeless love story that has moved audiences for generations. In Puccini’s classic tale, six young Parisian artists survive on nothing but their friendship and the promise of a love so strong it transcends even death. Heartwarming and heartbreaking in equal measure, this time-honored story – the inspiration behind RENT – is one of the most popular romances of all time.
Preliminary run time of 2 hours and 34 minutes, including two intermissions.
Sung in Italian with English translations projected above the stage.
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Cast & Creative Team
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Giacomo Puccini was born into a family of court composers and organists in the historic city of Lucca, Italy. With a strong feeling of tradition in the Puccini family, it was expected that Giacomo would assume his deceased father’s position as Maestro di Cappella when he came of age. By 14 he already was playing organ in a number of the town’s churches.Read more...
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