Tickets to Baz Luhrmann's production of Puccini's La Boheme will go on sale Sept. 15.
For information, call Telecharge at (212) 239-6200; outside metro New York (800) 432-7250; Groups: (212) 541-8457; outside metro New York (800) BROADWAY. Tickets prices range from $20 to $95.
La Boheme opens at the Broadway Theatre on Dec. 8 after previews from Nov. 26 and a tryout in San Francisco.
Joining the previously announced actors who will alternate in the roles of Mimi (Lisa Hopkins, Wei Huang and Ekaterina Solovyeva) and Rodolfo (Alfred Boe, Jesus Garcia and David Miller) are Daniel Webb as Colline, Daniel Okulitch as Schaunard, William Youmans as Alcindoro and Adam Grupper as Benoit.
Like Mimi and Rodolfo, the principal roles of Marcello and Musetta will also be played by multiple performers. Marcello will be portrayed by Eugene Brancoveanu and Ben Davis; Jessica Comeau and Chloe Wright will share the role of Musetta. The ensemble of La Boheme comprises Enrique Abdala, Christine Arand, Janinah Burnett, Gilles Chiasson, Charlotte Cohn, Michael Cone, Vanessa Conlin, Sean Cooper, Patricia Corbett, Evangelia Costantakos, Lawrence Craig, Dan Entriken, Graham Fandrei, Bobby Faust, Katie Geissinger, Jennifer Goode, Paul Goodwin-Groen, Joy Hermalyn, Robb Hillman, Adam Hunter, Tim Jerome, Katherine Keyes, Laurice Lanier, Morgan Moody Marcus Nance, Daniel Neer, Debra Patchell Patricia Phillips, Jamet Pittman, Martin Sola, Radu Spinghel, David Steinberg, and Mark Womack. The production will also feature an ensemble cast of 16 children.