Tonight the final curtain falls on RENT

havana-live-rent-logoHAVANA, 30 Mar. Tonight, in Havana, Cuba, an exciting piece of history comes to an end. The final curtain will fall on RENT, the first musical to be performed in the country, in 50 years.

It opened on December 24, 2014 and played an entire sold-out run, which ends tonight. Andy Senor, Jr. directed the production, presented by Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment.
Andy made his professional debut in the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical by Jonathan Larsen and served as Associate Director to Michael Greif on the Off-Broadway revival and re-staged the production in Tokyo.

Tonight In Havana, The Final Curtain Falls on RENT; Richard Jay-Alexander Spends Time With Andy Senor, Jr.Being of Cuban heritage, he was born and raised in Miami, Florida and, this Wednesday, April 1st and Friday, April 3rd, be sure to check out BroadwayWorld’s EXCLUSIVE Special Two-Part ALL EYES ON feature with Andy Senor, Jr. Richard Jay-Alexander spent a number of days with him during these past few weeks talking about Cuba, RENT and LOTS MORE!

Jay-Alexander’s Mother was from Havana and he has returned to visit, since spending early childhood years there. He and Andy met on Miami Beach’s famous Lincoln Road, again in New York City and at his home in Miami Beach. will also be there when 7 principals from the Havana Cast will first step foot on U.S. soil, this coming week. Andy was honored last night, by FIU, his Alma Mater, at the 14th Annual Torch Awards, held in Miami Beach’s legendary Fontainebleau Hotel.

This morning, he is on a plane, headed directly to Havana’s Jose Marti Airport to join his cast for tonight’s historic closing. You won’t want to miss this upcoming special edition (two-parter) of ALL EYES ON later this week, with exclusive photos and footage.