Opera’s greatest love story comes to life for two performances only. Puccini’s captivating opera travels the seasons of life, love and loss. A chance encounter on a cold, winter night changes everything for Mimì and Rodolfo, while the fiery Musetta joins her on-again off-again lover Marcello. Follow the bohemian revolution of the late 19th century, in the Latin Quarter of Paris. Based on "La Vie de Bohème" by Henri Murger.
Immerse yourself in a vivid original production, fully staged with orchestra and chorus.
La Bohème Preview Event
March 3 | 2:00pm
St. Leo Education Center Auditorium, Bonita Springs
Join Gulfshore Opera for an insider’s look at the upcoming La Bohème. Musicologist Dr. Tom Cimarusti provides insights into Puccini’s passionate love story that follows the Bohemians in the Latin Quarter of Paris at the turn of the century. Gulfshore Opera Artists in Residence will perform highlights of the score to accompany Dr. Cimarusti’s lecture. Following the lecture and performance, enjoy French pastries and coffee in the courtyard of the St. Leo campus.
March 13 | 7:00pm
Charlotte Performing Arts Center, Punta Gorda
Tickets: $65 Premium Seating, $50 Preferred Seating, $35 Standard Seating
March 18 | 7:00pm
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers
Tickets: $75 - $25.
*If you would like to add on the bus package to already purchased tickets, please contact 239.529.3925
Lighting & Projections Designer
Music Preparation & Chorus Master
Mimì, a seamstress
Rodolfo, a poet
Musetta, a singer
Marcello, a painter
Colline, a philosopher
Schaunard, a musician
Benoit, the landlord & Alcindoro, a state councilor
Parpignol, a toyseller