Based on Puccini's operaLa Boheme, Jonathan Larson'sRENT tells the joyous, inspiring story, and often heartbreaking story of a group of East Village artists and friends struggling to find their voices—and love—in today's tough world. With a talented young cast singing some of Broadway's most powerful songs, this dynamic rock musical is sure to thrill audiences of all ages.
Awards and accolades
1996 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
1996 Tony® Award for Best Musical
1996 Tony® Award for Best Score
1996 Tony® Award for Best Book
1996 Tony® Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical
1996 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Musical
1996 Drama League Award for Best Musical
“Reinventing Broadway.” “A raw and riveting milestone in musical theater.” Peter Travers,Rolling Stone
“Shimmers with hope for the future of the American musical.” Ben Brantley,New York Times
“The most exuberant and original American musical to come along …” Richard Zoglin,Time
- Admission to matinee or evening performance ofRENT
2 hours, 45 minutes
All seats are located in the Orchestra section of the Nederlander Theatre; rows and seats may vary by performance.
This performance may be inappropriate for individuals younger than 14. Children younger than 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
|After you book your tickets, follow these 3 easy steps:|
1. Print your voucher; locate the voucher in your travel confirmation e-mail or in the My Trips/My Itineraries link on the site.
2. Follow the redemption instructions on your voucher; it iscritical to do this before you depart.
3. Take all vouchers with you; you must redeem one voucher per person.
Exchange your voucher for tickets:
Tickets are held at the theater box office under your last name as displayed on voucher. Voucher and photo identification must be presented to the box office prior to entry to the theater. You should arrive 15 to 35 minutes prior to the beginning of the performance; everyone entering the theater must have a ticket.
|Terms and conditions|
|Please note that some shows will not seat late arrivals until a suitable pause in the performance. Late seating is entirely at the theater management's discretion. Some theaters will not admit children younger than 4 years old; please inquire. Under New York City law, all cell phones and pagers must be turned off prior to the start of the show.|