2012 Young Adult Production
Book, Music and Lyrics by Jonathan Larson
Follow our production behind-the-scenes on our RENT Facebook page.
Set in the East Village of New York City, RENT is about falling in love, finding your voice and living for today. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this musical has become a pop cultural phenomenon with songs that rock and a story that resonates with audiences of all ages. Based loosely on Puccini's La Boheme, the show follows a year in the life of a group of friends struggling to make it in the big city under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. This Young Adults Production will feature performers ranging in age from 18 to 25. Not recommended for children. Directed by Kathleen Clarke Horrigan.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday performances are $20. Thursday performances are $10. Click here to purchase tickets online.
Indiana AIDS Fund Benefit Tickets
The cast of RENT is proud to support the Indiana AIDS Fund and The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis. By purchasing your tickets for one of the two special performances below, 25% of your ticket price is returned to Indiana AIDS Fund. Representatives will be on hand at these and other performances, and you'll have an opportunity to make an additional contribution.
Make sure you purchase your tickets from one of the two links above and select "Teen Damien Benefit" in the ticket list.
No Day But Today: The Making of RENT at Footlite Musicals
No Day But Today is our behind-the-scenes documentary series. Find the latest episode below, and check out them all on our YouTube page.
Young Adult Production
RENT is Footlite Musicals' Young Adult Production, featuring performers ages 18 to 25. Open auditions are held in May for interested performers. Participants must be high school graduates in 2012.
Recent Young Adult Productions have included Bat Boy: The Musical, All Shook Up, The Wedding Singer, Once On This Island, The Will Rogers Follies, Footloose, The Secret Garden, Seussical and Ragtime.
Roger Davis: Logan Moore
Mark Cohen: Adam Nagy
Tom Collins: Jordan Donica
Benjamin "Benny" Coffin III: Justin Klein
Joanne Jefferson: Jennifer Rife
Angel Dumott Shunard: Damon Clevenger
Mimi Marquez: Gigi Aldridge
Maureen Johnson: Andrea Heiden
Soloist #1: Alexandria Warfield
Mrs. Cohen: Tara Roberds
Mrs. Davis: Audrey Stauffer
Alexi Darling from Buzzline: Shelley Mitchell
Mr. Jefferson: Zach Morris
Mrs. Jefferson: Miranda Nehrig
Mr. Grey (Allison's Father): Evan Wallace
Paul (Support Group Leader): Anthony O'Donovan
Waiter: Matt Hook
The Man: Grant Conrad
Squeegeeman: Matt Rohrer
Homeless Person: Brandon Merriweather
Christmas Bells Carolers: Ervin Gainer Jr., Samantha Harms
Maureen's Backup Singers: Amy Roberds, Ashleigh Harms
Coat Vendors: Tara Roberds, Jawanna Joi Blalock, Rachel Konchinsky-Pate
Pastor: Logan Niccum
Police Officers: Nick Heskett, Jeffrey Hunnicutt
Ensemble: Kristine Caswelch, Jowi Estava, Angela Hetrick, Amy Kleiman, Shelley Mitchell, Elysia Rohn, Dorothy Vanore
in "Contact": Jeffrey Hunnicutt, Grant Conrad, Evan Wallace, Ervin Gainer Jr., Nick Heskett, Amy Roberds, Tara Roberds, Audrey Stauffer, Shelley Mitchell, Ashleigh Harms
in "Santa Fe": Jeffrey Hunnicutt, Grant Conrad, Evan Wallace, Amy Roberds, Tara Roberds
Producer: Zach Rosing
Director: Kathleen Clarke Horrigan
Musical Director: David Barnhouse
Choreographer: Trish Roberds
Associate Producer: Tim Alan Thompson
Scenic Design: Ryan Mullins
Costume Design: Curt Pickard
Lighting Design: Ryan Mullins
Sound Design: Zach Rosing
Hair and Makeup Design: Daniel Klingler
Production Stage Manager: Michael T. Long
Technical Director: Ryan Mullins
Assistant to the Director: Rashida Bonds
Property Mistress: Nicola Liss
Assistant Stage Manager: Abby Sachs
Assistant Costumer: Sharon Kirts
Prompter: Nicola Liss
Video Production Intern: Kyle Shumaker
Sound Technician: Spencer James