“Rent,” opening Tuesday at Bass Hall, is loosely based on a Puccini opera. “It spawned a whole new generation of Broadway musicals,” says Julie Larson of her brother Jonathan Larson’s defining work.
“Rent,” opening Tuesday at Bass Hall, is loosely based on a Puccini opera. “It spawned a whole new generation of Broadway musicals,” says Julie Larson of her brother Jonathan Larson’s defining work. Carol Rosegg
“Rent,” opening Tuesday at Bass Hall, is loosely based on a Puccini opera. “It spawned a whole new generation of Broadway musicals,” says Julie Larson of her brother Jonathan Larson’s defining work. Carol Rosegg

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