Andy Señor, Jr.

actor, director, filmmaker, subject of the new film Revolution Rent

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Nearly 25 years ago, “Rent” took Broadway by storm. The show focuses on struggling artists in the East Village during the late 1990s, dealing with the AIDS crisis.

New HBO documentary follows staging Broadway sensation ‘Rent’ in Cuba

Nearly 25 years ago, “Rent” took Broadway by storm. The show focuses on struggling artists in the East Village during the late 1990s, dealing with the AIDS crisis.

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