Puccini's La bohème from Boston Lyric Opera
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The last date listed for La bohème - A Special Performance for Young Professionals was Saturday November 10, 2007 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre
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Featured review from Karen
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There was a great crowd and the opera was flawlessly performed. It was a wonderful evening all around. There were English translations displayed at the sides of the stage that were helpful but not distracting. I will definitely return to the BLO with Goldstar.
Music by Giacomo Puccini
Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica
Co-production with Opera Theatre of St. Louis
Sung in Italian with projected English translation
The approximate running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
It’s Christmastime in Paris as Puccini’s beloved classic La bohème kicks off Boston Lyric Opera’s 2007-2008 Season. Puccini’s lush and romantic music permeates this story of ill-fated love set against the carefree and reckless lifestyle of 19th century bohemian Paris. Come see, hear and feel one of the great romantic stories of all time.
Rodolfo, Sean Panikkar, tenor
Mimì, Jill Gardner, soprano
Marcello, Tim Mix*, baritone
Musetta, Kimwana Doner*, soprano
Schaunard, Andrew Garland*, baritone
Colline, Matthew Burns*, bass-baritone
Conductor, Ari Pelto*
Stage Director, Timothy Ocel
Set Designer, Erhard Rom
Costume Designer, Robert Perdziola
About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Lyric Opera
Boston Lyric Opera (BLO) is New England’s most popular opera company. Founded in 1976, BLO is recognized for its artistically excellent productions of a diverse repertoire that entertain and inspire audiences and which feature emerging operatic talent. Its mainstage productions at The Citi Shubert Theatre, live broadcasts on WGBH radio and its traveling production of a fully staged, one-hour English version of a popular opera for schools and families reach some 200,000 people a year.