yale dramat, nov 10-13, 2010

in a single night, everything can change.  redefining the show that defined a generation, this is our RENT. there's no room for fear, and no day but today.

Photos by Sam Hough


(additional photos: Eva Galvan & Stephanie Ravkin)



book, music and lyrics by jonathan larson / designed by: caite hevner (sets), anya klepikov (clothes & puppets), ji-youn chang (lights), sharath patel (sound) / with: sam bolen (mark), miles jacoby (roger), sam tsui (angel), scott hillier (collins), matthew mccollum (benny), sarah rosen (maureen), devon martinez (mimi), liz dervan (joanne), sara hendel (ensemble), carol crouch (ensemble), bonnie antosh (ensemble), ian janer (ensemble), sean hilton (ensemble), nathaniel dolquist (ensemble), alexander oki (ensemble) / music directed by keiji ishiguri / produced by martha burson / directed by mike donahue


“a forward-looking and wildly inventive talent… mike donahue’s the kind of landlord to whom we’d gladly give RENT.”

-chris arnott, new haven advocate (full story)

“truly magical… even the most cynical among us will be clapping their hands and mooing along by the end.”

-simon chaffetz, the yale herald (full story)

“the decision to re-imagine the show as a rock concert is brilliant.”

-luke connell, midnight at yale (full story)