RENT: School Edition

SCEGGS Darlinghurst

RENT: School Edition

Thursday, June 13th 2013 at 7:30pm to Saturday, June 15th 2013 at 7:30pm

York Theatre, Seymour Centre, Sydney, Australia


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Rent: The musical

SCEGGS Darlinghurst's production of RENT, with Cranbrook, St. Aloysius and Sydney Grammar.

Show 1 - Opening Night: Thursday, 13th June, 2013 @ 7:30pm
Show 2 - Friday, 14th June, 2013 @ 7:30pm
Show 3 - Closing Night: Saturday, 15th June, 2013 @ 7:30pm

Prices: Adult: $30 Concession/Child: $25
Duration: 2 hours and 30 mins (with one interval)

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So basically, Rent is about "homos, lesbians and cross dressers too". Its great! There are scenes that will have you clutching your sides laughing and scenes that will have you balling (literally.... as witnessed in rehearsals). Don't miss your opportunity to see Henry walk in heels! Get your tickets soon because they are selling fast :).

Main Cast (in order of appearance):
Jane Cohen - Stephanie Reese
Rodger Davis - Jasper Holmes
Tom Collins - Lachie Pringle
Benjamin "Benny" Coffin III - James Pettaras
Joanne Jefferson - Charlotte Richardson
Angel Durmott Schunard - Henry Wright
Mimi Marquez - Madeline Temple
Maureen Johnson - Seri Feldman-Gubbay

Liv Capelin, Isla Collee, Gigi Cook, Eliza Davis-Beard, Charlotte Friels, Olivia James, Marlo Kelly, Tannia Koh, Nic Langsworth, Tabitha Lee Eloise Mack, Tara Mackenzie, Eliza Perkins, Antony Robinson, Isabelle Ryan, Emma St John, Jack Sutherland, Alastair Wright

RENT is a Pulitzer Prize and multiple Tony Award winning rock opera, with music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson, based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera La Bohème. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York’s Lower East Side in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of AIDS.

In New York’s East Village in the late 1990’s, a community of artists, writers and musicians struggles to cope with life, love and living with HIV/AIDS. Jane is trying to write her perfect film but can’t seem to connect to the world around her. Her roommate Roger is trying to write his perfect song, and has not left his apartment in six months until he meets the tragic Mimi. All around them their friends fall in and out of love and experience the extreme loss of a close friend. Through their relationships to one another, in addition to the ever present sombre reminder of how brief life can be, the friends begin to find a meaning to life and remind us that there is “No day but today”.