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RENT at The Bridewell Theatre

RENT posterRENT, with Book, music & lyrics by Jonathan Larson: ‘an anthem to life, love and loss

Winner of four Tony Awards including ‘Best Musical’
Based on Puccini’s ‘La Boheme’, RENT tells the story of artists living in 90’s Alphabet City coping with the struggles of life, disease and poverty through friendship, love and their art.

Since opening in 1996 off-broadway, RENT has been iconic in bringing to light topics that were previously unexplored in musicals – HIV, Sexuality and the hardships that faced those living in New York’s Lower East Side. These topics bear as much reverence today as they did nearly twenty years ago.

Jonathan Larson’s (writer of Tick, tick…BOOM!) hard hitting rock score coupled with a re-imagined raw and emotional book make this one of the best loved musicals of recent times.

CAST:
Roger – Paul Christopher
Mimi – Rachel Clark
Mark – Chris Cahill
Collins – Luke James Leahy
Angel – Paul Brookland Williams
Joanne – Saratha Rajeswaran
Maureen – Skyla Loureda
Benny – Chris Foxwell

Ensemble: Alexis Rose, Anna Bosanko, Beth Appleton, Beth Kempen Bailiff, Dan Saunders, Emma Newman, Franciscus Prins, Gemma Louise Zirfas, Nelson Santos, Nick Dore, Richard Staplehurst, Tashan Nicholas, Victoria Greenway, Victoria Davis and William Moss.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. on behalf of Music Theatre International of New York.

Director: Matt Hudson
Musical Director: Adrian Hau
Choreographer: Natalie Demain
Assistant Director: Emma J Leaver

Performances Tuesday 17th – Saturday 21st November @ 7.30pm
Saturday Matinee 2.30pm

The Bridewell Theatre, 14 Bride Lane, London EC4Y 8EQ
www.centrestagelondon.co.uk
Unreserved Seats – £15.00
Reserved Seats – £17.50
Concessions (Over 60s) – £12.50

Please note this show contains scenes of a strong sexual nature, swearing and drug use and is not recommended for under-18s

Friday 2nd October 2015

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