Initially based on Scenes de la vie de boheme (1851), La boheme follows the trials and tribulations of young artists struggling to make ends meet. Despite their circumstance, they celebrate small wins, while seeking love and opportunity. La boheme is an Italian opera that centers a group of up-and-coming artists. This includes Rodolfo, a poet, Mimi, a seamstress, Marcello, a painter and Musetta, a singer. Together, they attempt to earn a living from their respective crafts. Rodolfo and Marcello struggle to maintain their relationships with Mimi and Musetta, who are likely to attract wealthier suitors. In the midst of romance troubles and a professional drought, Mimi's health becomes a cause for concern. La boheme is a captivating story about friendship, love and survival. Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica's opera offers a compelling narrative with memorable moments. It's a romantic tale that highlights hope in the face of tragedy. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of La boheme is both modern and readable.