Production Photos of RENT at Wagner College Theatre (Photos)

No Day But Today. Last week, RENT returned to Wagner College Theatre for the first time since it was award the Stanley Drama Award in 1993. This was the year right before RENT went on to be produced at the New York Theatre Workshop Off-Broadway and then followed into a successful Broadway run within the following years. Luner on Theatre has brought you information all along and today we continue that! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you a look at some production photos of Wagner College Theatre’s RENT!

Olivia Puckett (MiMi) and Robby Haltiwanger (Roger)

Olivia Puckett (MiMi) and Robby Haltiwanger (Roger)

Seasons of Love Soloist Rhea Francani

Seasons of Love Soloist Rhea Francani

The Cast of Rent

The Cast of Rent

La Vie Bohème

La Vie Bohème

Alex Boniello (Mark) and Robby Haltiwanger (Roger)

Alex Boniello (Mark) and Robby Haltiwanger (Roger)

The Cast of Rent

The Cast of Rent

RENT is officially rocking out at Wagner College in the historic Main Hall Theater kicking off the department’s third production of the Main Stage Season! Click here to check out our official blog post filled everything you need to know and moreRENT is now running in it’s second week of performances running from March 6th to March 10thAll performances begin at 8:00 PMMarch 9th has a 2:00 PM matinee in addition to the 8:00 PM show. The March 10th closing performance is at 2:00 PM. For tickets, call  (718)-390-3259. For more information, check out Wagner College Theatre’s Official Website. Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

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2 comments

  • I just returned from the Friday, March 8th showing of RENT at Wagner, and left the theater buzzing; it was a fine performance! The play was truely meant to be done by actors of that age group, and this cast did not disapoint in the least. Each one of them put their hearts into their roles-and the audience fell in love with each of them. It is so gratifying to see a young group of actors sing their hearts out. I love this play; it teaches us to relish LIFE to the FULLEST ! The lyrics are amazing, there truly is ” no day but today!” God Bless Jonathan Larson! He comes alive with each performance of his play.

  • I saw Rent yesterday and I really enjoyed it. Better than a broadway show. The cast was excellent! I was laughing and crying. Thank you for a terrific performance. Makes us realize that we should live for today and not judge too much how others live their lives. Keep up the fantastic job.

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