First performed in 1896, Giacomo Puccini’s (1858-1924) Italian opera is about a group of wild but impoverished young artists struggling to make it in Paris. “La Boheme” focuses on the love between a terminally ill seamstress called Mimì and a poet named Rodolfo.
The opera was an inspiration for the Tony winning 1996 Broadway musical “Rent”.
Presented by the Pittsburgh Opera, the eighth oldest company in the United States with a rich legacy of music-making.
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