PHOTO CALL: Baz Bohème's Broadway Opening: A Little Red Bow

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Photo by Aubrey Reuben

L-R, Daniel Okulitch as musician Schaunard, Daniel Webb as philosopher Colline, David Miller as Rodolfo, Ekaterina Solovyeva as Mimi, Ben Davis as Marcello and Chloe Wright as Musetta, the opening night cast of Baz Luhrmann's La Bohème, bows for the first-night audience at Broadway's Broadway Theatre, Dec. 8.

Baz Luhrmann's staging of the classic Puccini opera about doomed bohemians is set in 1957 Paris opened at the Broadway Theatre Dec. 8 after a pre-Broadway run in San Francisco. Luhrmann's interpretation is triple-cast with color-coded rotating casts — the "Red" (Ekaterina Solovyeva as Mimi and David Miller as Rodolfo), the "White" (Wei Huang as Mimi and Alfred Boe as Rodolfo) and the "Blue" (Lisa Hopkins as Mimi and Jesus Garcia as Rodolfo).

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