Deep in the heart of Paris’s Latin Quarter—where music and dancing swirl nightly at the Café Momus—Mimì, a lovely seamstress of delicate health, meets handsome poet Rodolfo. Eccentric singer Musetta flirts and feuds with painter Marcello. And Colline, a philosopher, and Schaunard, a musician, do their best to distract the landlord from the rent. This timeless tale of young bohemians struggling to fulfill their dreams and find love during a harsh Parisian winter returns to the Opera House in a brand-new production that shifts the story’s traditional 1830s setting to post-World War I.


Nov. 1–15 | Opera House

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