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  Rent Tickets at StubHub!
Rent tickets are available for venues around the country, and if the success of the Broadway tickets sales for the show in New York is any indication, these theater tickets will be as sought-after as any theater tickets on the market.
Rent has won four Tony Awards, and is one of the longest-running shows in the history of Broadway.
Rent is a musical that's actually an adaptation from the classic opera La boheme, and the show takes a close look at several young and struggling residents of New York City as they grapple with disease, rejection and financial struggles over the course of a year.
www.stubhub.com /rent-tickets   (406 words)

  Economic Rent Experiences @ TheBottomDollar.com (The Bottom Dollar)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It is not a true rent, because there would have to be an expectation of earning back the original investment in order to induce the original investment, and, if the original investment was not repaid, the specialized asset may be allowed to wear out, without repair or replenishment, in such use as could be obtained.
Rent can be viewed as an estimate of how much market prices for an input would have to change, before the allocation of that particular input would change.
This corresponds to the notion of a producers' surplus or "scarcity rent." This type of economic rent arises because of scarcity in the supply of inputs.
www.thebottomdollar.com /encyclopedia/Economic_rent   (1161 words)

 rent. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Objects are rented for a limited period of time and are generally expected to be returned in their original condition.
Critics of Ricardian theory, such as Henry George, argued that monopolistic control of rent was the cause of poverty, which could only be cured by converting private rights into public by the medium of a single tax on land.
Ground rent is paid to a landowner for the lease of property, often under long-term leases (such as a 99-year lease).
www.bartleby.com /65/re/rent.html   (492 words)

 Rent (musical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rent was one of the first Broadway musicals to feature clearly gay, bisexual, and lesbian characters on stage.
Benny arrives and tells Mark and Roger that he will let the rent slide and sign papers saying that they can live in the apartment rent-free if they get Maureen, a performance artist, to cancel her protest against his plan to develop the lot, which is currently the site of a homeless tent city.
Rent was adapted into a movie, filmed on location in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and Santa Fe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rent_(musical)   (3762 words)

 Rent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Renting, a system of payment for the temporary use of something owned by someone else
Economic rent, in economics, a payment to a factor of production in excess of that which is needed to keep it employed in its current use
Rent (film), a 2005 movie version of the same musical, directed by Chris Columbus
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rent   (159 words)

 Rent Control, by Walter Block: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics: Library of Economics and Liberty
Rent control, like all other government-mandated price controls, is a law placing a maximum price, or a "rent ceiling," on what landlords may charge tenants.
Paradoxically, then, even though rents may be lower in the controlled sector, they rise greatly for uncontrolled units and may be higher for rental housing as a whole.
Because tenants outnumber landlords and are usually convinced that rent control is in their best interests, they are likely to invest considerable political energy in maintaining rent control.
www.econlib.org /library/Enc/RentControl.html   (1902 words)

 :: rogerebert.com :: Reviews :: Rent (xhtml)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"Rent" on film is missing a crucial element of its life-support system: a live audience.
When needed, he threatens eviction, sics the cops on their rent strike, is partly responsible for the riot after Maureen's performance, does evict them, padlocks the door, confiscates their possessions, and then relents and lets them move back in.
I think there is an audience for the movie version of "Rent," and that would be fans of the stage versions.
rogerebert.suntimes.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051122/REVIEWS/51116001/1023   (1096 words)

 Consumer Price Indexes for Rent and Rental Equivalence
The CPI Housing Survey is the source of the data on residential rents used to calculate changes in rents for the Rent of primary residence index.
Rental equivalence measures the change in the implicit rent, which is the amount a homeowner would pay to rent, or would earn from renting, his or her home in a competitive market.
Because the rent and rental equivalence indexes measure the change in the price of the shelter service provided by both renter-occupied and owner-occupied housing, segments were selected with probability proportional to estimated total expenditures for rent and implicit rent.
www.bls.gov /cpi/cpifact6.htm   (2405 words)

 Rent (2005)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is the film version of the Pulitzer and Tony Award winning musical about Bohemians in the East Village of New York City struggling with life, love and AIDS, and the impacts they have on America.
Rated PG-13 for mature thematic material involving drugs and sexuality, and for some strong language.
But just because it seems "dated" does not mean it has gone away.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0294870   (877 words)

 Concepts & Issues: Rent Seeking - general features
Rent seeking requires that it be possible and advantageous for the relevant actor to do something which is not advantageous for the system as a whole.
Rent seeking is extensively linked with corruption (although politicians’ favours to clients or lobbying by interest groups are not in themselves corrupt behaviour - a certain exchange of information between politicians and the population is essential for the functioning of the system).
Rent seeking can be described as corruption at the point where politicians and bureaucrats specifically exploit their current opportunities to manipulate the existing institutional framework so that in future it serves their own private interests.
www.edcnews.se /Research/RentSeeking.html   (1049 words)

 Rent (2005): Reviews
Rent isn't nearly as transporting a film as the Oscar-winning adaptation of "Chicago," but its energies and passions compensate for a lot of its deficiencies.
Yes, Rent is the movie about AIDS, heroin addiction, homosexuality, strippers, marijuana, cross-dressing, and bisexuality audiences can take their grandparents to go see safe in the knowledge that any lingering trace of danger or authenticity has been carefully removed by director/co-writer Chris Columbus.
Rent is commodified faux bohemia on a platter, eliciting the same kind of numbing soul-sadness as children's beauty pageants, tiny dogs in expensive boots, Mahatma Gandhi in Apple ads.
www.metacritic.com /film/titles/rent   (1417 words)

 NYS DHCR - Rent Administration
Rent control is in effect in New York City and various cities, towns and villages in Albany, Erie, Nassau, Rensselaer, Schenectady and Westchester counties, while rent stabilization exists in New York City and in various municipalities in Nassau, Rockland and Westchester counties.
In New York City, a rent regulated tenant in occupancy before the conversion to cooperative ownership under a non-eviction plan remains regulated as long as he or she continues in occupancy as a non-purchasing tenant.
Where a tenant fails to pay rent, is causing a nuisance, damaging the apartment or building, or committing other wrongful acts, the owner may proceed directly to court after the service of the proper notices.
www.dhcr.state.ny.us /ora/ora.htm   (2241 words)

Rent is Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning rock musical, inspired by Puccini's La Boheme.
Set in New York City's East Village, Rent is a documentary of the interwoven lives of a group of young Bohemians and misfits.
Known as a "rock opera", Rent also encompasses blues, salsa, pop ballads and other contemporary styles of music.
www.nederlander.org /rent/rent.html   (190 words)

 AfterEllen.com - Review of Rent   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Not only was Rent my introduction to the Great White Way, it was also a big reason for the first of many trips with my partner to New York City.
Rent is a complete and utter success, and it stands as one of the best and most electric movies of the year.
For the uninitiated (shame on you) Rent focuses on a year in the lives of a group of modern bohemians living in New York City's East Village.
www.afterellen.com /Movies/2005/11/rent.html   (585 words)

 Review: RENT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
RENT fans, and there are a large number of devoted ones, will have opinions of where Columbus went right and wrong.
RENT is a year-in-the-life of eight New Yorkers.
RENT is mediocre and recommended only to those who can claim a familiarity with the play.
movie-reviews.colossus.net /movies/r/rent.html   (867 words)

 "Rent" - Salon
There's very little that's remotely musical about "Rent": The songs are like a vaudeville performer's idea of that newfangled rock music the kids are so nuts about these days.
Larson wrote "Rent" as a reimagining of "La Bohéme," an exploration of the beauty and pain of being young, poor and artistically inclined and striving to express yourself.
It's a fine idea in theory, but in the end, "Rent" is about nothing more than the oppressiveness of other people's self-expression.
dir.salon.com /story/ent/movies/review/2005/11/23/rent/index.html   (515 words)

 Amazon.com: Rent (1996 Original Broadway Cast): Music: Jonathan Larson,Jeff Potter,Anthony Jackson,Daniel A. Weiss,Ira ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"Rent" is one of those musicals where Barbra Streisand is never going to cover any of the songs on one of her Broadway albums.
This would make sense since "Rent" was inspired by Puccini's opera "La Boheme," but knowledge of the "original" is not at all necessary, although when Collins loses his coat ("You Okay Honey") that will bring a smile of recognition to those who are in the know as will a couple of guitar riffs.
In "Rent" we have a full cast with real and meaningful people without the false truths and lies that were around in the late 1960.
www.amazon.com /Rent-1996-Original-Broadway-Cast/dp/B000005ALT   (1433 words)

 Rent - Rotten Tomatoes
RENT is mediocre and recommended only to those who can claim a familiarity with the play.
Rent is commodified faux bohemia on a platter, eliciting the same kind of numbing soul-
Whatever qualities powered Rent to its numerous theater awards and long run onstage are missing from this charmless floperetta.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/rent   (997 words)

   f   o   r   g   e   t   -   r   e   g   r   e   t ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Original cast members, including Jesse L. Martin, Adam Pascal, Anthony Rapp (who is featured in the inaugural interview), and Daphne Rubin-Vega, reflect on the impact Rent had on the American cultural landscape and reveal the intimate, emotional impact the material has had on their lives.
Rent’s rabid fans, the Rent-heads, who are also featured in an interview will take us into the community of followers who have forged deep and intimate friendships based on their mutual love of the landmark musical.
RENT: The Podcast interviews were conducted by Cara David, senior newswriter for Broadway.com; Rob Kahn, theater writer for Newsday; and Danielle Monaro, co-host of Z100’s “Elvis Duran and the Z Morning Zoo.”
www.forget-regret.net /news.php   (583 words)

 NYC Rent Guidelines Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A rent stabilized apartment which becomes vacant and could be offered at a legal regulated rent of $2,000 or more per month is no longer subject to rent regulation.
Since the legal regulated rent that could be charged is $2,000 or more, the apartment is no longer subject to rent regulation, and the owner would be free to charge whatever the market can bear.
For example, even if the rent that could be charged following a vacancy is at least $2,000, the apartment remains stabilized for at least the duration of the receipt of the applicable tax benefits.
www.housingnyc.com /html/guidelines/decontrol.html   (591 words)

Your excitement, enthusiasm, and dedication to the RENT movie have been overwhelming, and it's been wonderful providing a venue for the voice of the fans.
My journey with RENT began the summer going into my Junior year of High School where I was given a burnt CD to listen to.
I remember so many times that year listening to RENT (driving my roommates and friends crazy) and realizing how relatable it was to the changes my life was going through.
www.sonypictures.com /movies/rent/blog   (2837 words)

"Rent" will be strong in major markets but needs crackerjack marketing to draw a broad young audience to the film.
"Rent," which Larson, its author and composer, did not live to see became a worldwide success, focuses on a group of impoverished young artists and musicians, struggling to survive in New York's East Village neighborhood in the 1980s under the shadow of AIDS.
Something in "Rent," though, hooked him emotionally for the movie represents his best work -- confident of the material inherited from Larson, true to that legacy yet willing to make changes and expand the possibilities for the screen.
www.hollywoodreporter.com /thr/reviews/review_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1001525054   (945 words)

 Receipt for Payment of Rent: Iowa
Rent receipts are the best way to prove that rent has actually been paid.
A rent receipt is the only way that tenants can prove that they have paid the rent in case of a dispute.
Several states also mandate that landlords must provide rent receipts for payments made by check or credit cards if requested by the tenant.
www.socrates.com /real-estate-forms/leases-and-landlording/Receipt-for-Payment-of-Rent-IA.aspx   (177 words)

 Rent Tickets | Rent Information on Broadway.com
Rent is the classic Broadway musical about love, friendship and community.
Jonathan Larson's rock musical is the joyous, breathtaking and inspiring story of a group of New York City East Village artists struggling to find their voices and find love in today's tough times.
Based on Giacomo Puccini's classic 1896 opera, La Boheme, Rent boasts a talented and hot young cast singing some of Broadway's most powerful songs, broaching controversial themes like homelessness, AIDS and drug addiction with compassion, and thrilling audiences of all ages with its moving tale of hopes and dreams.
www.broadway.com /gen/show.aspx?SI=1257   (461 words)

 RENT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
RENT is a musical written by Jonathan Larson which has inspiration from the opera La Bohème. It's an emotionally stirring story of a community of young artists struggling to live in the unforgiving New York City's East Village.
It's nothing spectacular, but it does have some neat little RENT tidbits to look at.
RENT is the 8th longest running show in the history of Broadway with 3,585 performances.
www.thealmightyguru.com /Reviews/Rent/Index.html   (200 words)

 Amazon.com: Rent: Books: Jonathan Larson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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I wasn't a big fan of "Rent" until I saw the movie, and when I read this book, it gave me a bigger meaning to the play/movie.
Daughter is "Rent Head" she cried of happiness when she received for Christmas so That gets 5++++ Stars in my book.
www.amazon.com /Rent-Jonathan-Larson/dp/0688154379   (1271 words)

 RENT The Worlds Best Musical
RENT has to be the best musical I have ever seen.
Yep you guessed it 1st month home I was on my way to the Shaftsbury Theatre London, where RENT was rumoured to be playing.
The cast start to hang their heads out of the window and begin 1/2 an hour of singing and dancing in the streets.
www.angelfire.com /musicals/allaboutclaire/rentpage.html   (310 words)

 Rent The Musical on Broadway and on National Tour - Broadway Tickets
Rent The Musical on Broadway and on National Tour - Broadway Tickets
Attention RENT fans in the New York area: Want to have RENT perform at your school?
This Month's Rent: A Conversation with Merle Dandridge and Anthony Rapp
www.siteforrent.com   (100 words)

Rent's Musetta's Waltz Guitar Tab *** You need a tabbing program called "Tab It" to read this file***
Rent References This explains all the references in La Vie Boheme 's cool
There is about a foot and a half of snow on the ground, but i will be checkin out Rent at 2:00 this afternoon.
members.aol.com /RentFreak6/Rent.html   (1330 words)

 Rent References
This document is an attempt to explain some of the references in Rent's song "La Vie Boheme" ("the bohemian life").
Roger in Rent might be interested in Stein's remark on composition: "The composition is the thing seen by everyone living in the living they are doing, they are the composing of the composition that at the time they are living is the composition of the time in which they are living."
Anthony Rapp of the Rent cast described it as a "a haven for performance art [and] a landmark of the downtown art scene." Bill Krauss, the original sound man for the band They Might Be Giants, described it this way: "It was the greatest club in the world for about two years.
pirmann.quuxuum.org /rent.html   (1854 words)

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