Rent - The Musical Tickets - 2019 Schedule

Rent - The Musical Tickets
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2019 Rent - The Musical Schedule

Venue City Date(s)  
BJCC Concert HallBirmingham AL Feb 17 2020 → Feb 17 2020
Durham Performing Arts CenterDurham NC Jan 28 2020 → Feb 02 2020
Fabulous Fox Theatre - St. LouisSt Louis MO Feb 21 2020 → Feb 23 2020
Hackensack Meridian Health TheatreRed Bank NJ Feb 13 2020 → Feb 14 2020
Kirby CenterWilkes Barre PA Feb 11 2020 → Feb 11 2020
Lyell B Clay Concert TheatreMorgantown WV Feb 12 2020 → Feb 12 2020
Majestic Theatre San AntonioSan Antonio TX May 01 2020 → May 03 2020
Mead Theatre - Schuster Performing Arts CenterDayton OH Jan 21 2020 → Jan 26 2020
Merriam TheatrePhiladelphia PA Oct 18 2019 → Oct 20 2019
Music Hall at Fair ParkDallas TX Apr 14 2020 → Apr 19 2020
National Arts CentreOttawa ON Oct 22 2019 → Oct 27 2019
National TheatreWashington DC Nov 12 2019 → Nov 17 2019
Neal S Blaisdell Concert HallHonolulu HI Dec 26 2019 → Dec 29 2019
Neal S. Blaisdell CenterHonolulu Hawaii Dec 24 2019 → Dec 24 2019
San Diego Civic TheatreSan Diego CA May 08 2020 → May 10 2020
Shubert Theater - CTNew Haven CT Nov 22 2019 → Nov 24 2019
Shubert Theatre-MABoston MA Oct 29 2019 → Nov 10 2019
State Theatre Center for the Arts (Easton)Easton PA Feb 09 2020 → Feb 09 2020
Stranahan TheatreToledo OH Feb 04 2020 → Feb 04 2020
Temple Buell TheatreDenver CO Feb 29 2020 → Mar 01 2020
The Community Theatre at Mayo Center of the Performing ArtsMorristown NJ Feb 07 2020 → Feb 08 2020
Times Union Performing Arts - Moran TheaterJacksonville FL Jan 17 2020 → Jan 19 2020
Rent the rock musical, is a story of struggling young artists and musicians trying to survive in New York. Playwright Billy Aronson wanted to create a played based on Pucinni's opera, La Boheme and some how replace the story line with the coarseness of New York. John Larson started to collaborate with Aronson. Larson wanted to write a rock opera to bring musical theatre to the MTV generation. Larson incorporated many of his personal challenges as a starving artist into the show.