This groundbreaking musical about poor young artists in New York City's Lower East Side during the AIDS/HIV crisis won the Tony Award for Best Musical as well as The Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama. More…
This musical, loosely based on Giacomo Puccini's opera, 'La Bohème,' is the story of various young artists attempting to survive in in the Lower East Side, during the AIDS/HIV crisis. This show quickly became a sensation, becoming the eighth longest-running show in Broadway history.
See it if You can! Do whatever you can. I have seen it 4x and know the entire program by heart. No day but today!!
Don't see it if You have ever walked out of a show because you felt uncomfortable.
See it if You love a rock opera on Broadway - to me this is the best I have ever seen!
Don't see it if youre looking for something traditional/for the family - this deals with large social issues and sex + drugs and may not be for everyone
See it if You love an original work created from personal experience. This show is all heart, and is one of the best of all time.
Don't see it if You don’t want to be confronted by the pain and injustice Jonathan Larson was experiencing/witnessing when he wrote this.
See it if Viva la vie Boheme. Rapp, Pascal, Menzel, Diggs, and Rubin-Vega...career defining. Larson will always be with us. Angel Dumott Schunard.
Don't see it if Don't believe AIDS is real and that it doesn't discriminate.
See it if you love a great story about friendship & love, & if you love great music, & if you want to be reminded how much you've always loved it.
Don't see it if Realizing that it is on its 20 year anniversary tour makes you feel very old and depressed (although even then, go see it).
See it if You have a heart. It's dates and has many issues but it remains a must see. Anniversary cast is exquisite.
Don't see it if Plot holes anger you or if you have no soul.