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The cast of 'Rent'

The return of 'Rent', a musical about personal growth and freedom

This multi-prizewinning rock musical by Jonathan Larson will be at Onyric Teatre Condal from 23 March.

A Spanish-language version of Jonathan Larson’s Rent, the story of a group of struggling actors set against the backdrop of Manhattan’s East Village, is back for another spell at Barcelona’s Onyric Teatre Condal. Based loosely on Puccini’s La Bohème, Rent became a runaway success, both on and off Broadway with its hard-hitting focus on themes like poverty, the struggles of marginalised people to realise their dreams, love, death and living in the shadow of the AIDS epidemic.

This Spanish-language version of the musical, which is directed by Daniel Anglès, will be at Onyric Teatre Condal for over two months. The preview performances are scheduled to begin on Saturday 23 March and the official premiere is set for Tuesday 2 April. The musical features a cast of 17 artists, including Iñaki Mur, Víctor Arbelo, Júlia Bonjoch, Albert Boela and Peter Vives, and the music will be played by a live rock band led by Miquel Tejada.

Additional information is available at the following link.

Publication date: Wednesday, 20 March 2019
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