Rent, winner of the 1996 Pulitzer prize in Letters, Drama & Music demonstrates the consequences of the HIV/Aids epidemic of the 1990's. However, this lesson surrounds its origin, playwright & composer, songs, history of the Broadway musical and a mini-lesson the Tony Awards. This lesson suitable for an arts integration in an AP language arts or Honors social studies or drama class.
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