Great Performances: Season 22, Episode 15

La bohème (8 Jun. 1994)

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In the 50's, in Paris, the neighbors Rodolfo and Mimi meet each other when Mimi's candle blows out in a cold and dark night. They immediately fall in love for each other, in times of ... See full summary »

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Cheryl Barker ...
David Hobson ...
Roger Lemke ...
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Gary Rowley ...
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In the 50's, in Paris, the neighbors Rodolfo and Mimi meet each other when Mimi's candle blows out in a cold and dark night. They immediately fall in love for each other, in times of financial difficulties in the post-war. Rodolfo introduces Mimi to his close friends Marcello and his beloved Musetta; Colline; and Schaunard and together they have a good-time in Café Momus. Some time later, Mimi tells Marcello that she can not support the jealousy of Rodolfo any longer and when Marcello discuss with Rodolfo, Mimi overhears the real reason for the behavior of her beloved Rodolfo. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Among the grafitti seen on the walls and doors of the bohemians' garret are: "Non, je ne regrette rien" (1956 song made popular by Edith Piaf), "Bonjour Tristesse" (1954 novel by Francoise Sagan), and "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" (from Rene Magritte's 1929 painting "The Treachery of Images"). See more »

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Stunning
17 December 2002 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Boheme always makes me cry (a lot), but I don't recall any of the dozens of performances I've seen having this effect on me. I'm quite used to suspending reality when looking at large, mature singers portraying teenagers, but when you have singers who not only look the part but can act... it makes 'big name' productions a bit like too much wedding cake all at once...

Just wonderful, especially David Hobson. Buy it. Now.


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