CCM’s “Rent” Cast Fundraises For Worthy Cause

Cast members from CCM's production of 'RENT.'

Cast members from CCM's production of 'RENT.'

The 24 member cast of CCM’s Mainstage Production of Rent raised money in support of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS throughout the show’s sold out run. The cast ultimately raised over $6,000 for this worthy cause, thanks to the generosity of our audience members.

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CCM Slideshows: Rent

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Jackie Demaline provides a preview of CCM’s Mainstage production of Rent here. Select tickets are still available for the recently added March 2nd performance. Contact the CCM Box Office at 513-556-4183 or boxoff@uc.edu for more information.

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CCM Adds Additional Performance to ‘RENT’s Sold-Out Run

Due to overwhelming demand, CCM has added an additional performance to the previously booked-up run of Jonathan Larson’s Rent, which opens on February 24 in Patricia Corbett Theater. Tickets are now available for an 8 p.m. performance on Wednesday, March 2This additional performance will include ASL interpretation for deaf and hearing-impaired patrons.

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“Rent” Originators Inspire Current CCM Cast

"Rent" actor Anthony Rapp gives a master class for CCM's "Rent" cast members. Photography by Ashley Kempher.

"Rent" actor Anthony Rapp gives a master class for CCM's "Rent" cast members. Photography by Ashley Kempher.

Producer Kevin McCollum and actor Anthony Rapp, two of the talents involved in the original Broadway run of Jonthan Larson’s RENT, recently stopped by CCM Village to spend time with the cast of CCM’s upcoming revival. You can learn more about their unique visits here.

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CCM Students Connect to Characters Embracing Life and Celebrating Love in Groundbreaking Musical “Rent”

Photography by Chris Blem.

Photography by Chris Blem.

As CCM prepares for its first production of Jonathan Larson’s revolutionary musical Rent – which runs February 24-27 and March 3-6 in the Patricia Corbett Theater in CCM Village – the young cast is finding energy and excitement in portraying characters their own age who embrace life in a city where many will one day live.

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