La Boheme, Baz Lurhmann Style

Friday, December 13, 2002

La Boheme is one of the three most popular works in the traditional opera canon.
Puccini's story about doomed love in a Parisian garret has now been catapulted
onto the Broadway stage for an unlimited run. The man behind it is Australian Baz Lurhmann, a film maker best known for his romantic, flamboyant spectacles. WNYC's Judith Kampfner reports.
For more on Baz Lurmann's La Boheme, click here.

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