Entertaining, Great singing, Edgy, Absorbing, Great acting
About the Show
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.
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.