The great thing about Jonathan Larson, the creator of Rent , is that this tragic man was a true artist. All artists believe that about themselves, but some are truer to themselves than others. Larson was crazed on music, uncompromised, passionate, idealistic, naïve–a downtown bohemian in an age when the word “bohemian” seems quaint. His Read More
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