New York City
Capturing both the 1996 Tony Award for Best Musical and that year’s Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Jonathan Larson’s ground-breaking rock musical is the story of a group of friends attempting to protect a squatters camp and maintain residency in an East Village building. With powerful performances and a score blending rock, ballads, R&B, and salsa, Rent has reinvented musical theater.
$20 tickets for the first two rows of the orchestra are sold at the box office, cash only, two hours before each performance. There is a limit of two tickets per person, and tickets are subject to availability.