Rent is set in Manhattan in the 1990s and inspired by Puccini’s opera La Bohème, this rock musical by Jonathan Larson follows a group of young East Village artists, performers and philosophers as they struggle through the hardships of poverty, societal discord and the AIDS epidemic in the search for life, love and art. With a song list that includes the iconic “Seasons of Love,” Rent tells a story as relevant today as when it took Broadway by storm more than 25 years ago.
This tour includes lunch at the famous Anna Mae’s located in Millbank, Ontario and a rear balcony seat at the Festival Theater for the Broadway musical Rent. The Festival Theater is a thrust stage so there is not a bad seat in the house. Lunch consists of a choice of broasted chicken or roast beef (must decide two weeks before which one you would like), mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner roll, relish tray, coleslaw, home made pie or cheese cake for dessert and coffee or tea.
Cost $169.00 per person!