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NEDERLANDER THEATER

208 West 41st Street, New York, NY 10036

RENT

Ended 7 Sep 2008 after 12 years

Rent is the smash hit musical that's infusing and reinventing Broadway nightly it with its own brand of youthful energy. Jonathan Larson's rock musical is the joyous, breathtaking and inspiring story of a group of New York City East Village artists struggling to find their voices and find love in today's tough times.

Closed 7 Sep 2008
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
Rent rocks,
Jul 09, 2006
reviewer: from New York
Rent is the most amazing show i have ever seen.Theres finally a show on broadway the has some heart and soul.When you see rent and your walking out of the theater you feel like a changed person like you want to go out and live eveyday as if it was your last Rent is about Love and life It has breath taking music and a young hott cast It is a MUST seeIf you cant afford to see it or would rather save your money try the Rent Lotteryall you have to do is come 2 hours before the performance and see if you get randomly selected Its a great experience in allRent=love
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
No day but today!!,
Sep 16, 2006
reviewer: from New York
I've seen RENT 5 times and am seeing it again in a few weeks. It is an awesome show well worth seeing more than once. I have the soundtrack and know practically every word by heart . . . you will leave the show with this one thought "Forget regret or life is yours to miss . . . no day but today!"
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
This is was such a good musical!,
Oct 26, 2006
reviewer: from Bronx,NYC USA
My family and I loved rent, I would go back and see it if it wasn't to sexual for my kids.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
I LOVE RENT,
Dec 03, 2006
reviewer: from Anytown, AT 55555
Rent is the best musical you could ever see.It makes you think about the other people out there.I couldn't stop crying the words to each song were so true and I loved them.You will never forget this musical I have the movie and I've watched over 100 times and I've seen the show 3 times and want to see it more.Go see Rent.Change your life.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
True to life, awesome musical~!,
Dec 16, 2006
reviewer: from Boston, MA
This was where we decided to spend part of our 10th year anniversary and coincidentally the 10th year of RENT's showing. We love RENT. Both the musical and movie but nothing compares to the live musical. We would have loved to see the original musical cast but the newer cast members are awesome and definately leave you feeling in awe. This show is a MUST SEE~! Real life issues, real life music. The show is laid back and makes you feel very comfortable. You'll have no regrets in going to see this show~! Just don't be afraid to MOO along~!

 

Definate if you're in NYC. Children are a must take as long as you don't mind opening their eyes to real world issues. Our seats were great, Front Mez AA, but theater is small enough to enjoy from any seat~! Red Lobster and Hard Rock are within a few minutes.
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