Rent's Aussie review mirrors parody: a comedic take on urban struggles.

Characters in Rent lack depth, leaving audiences craving more resolution.

Rent's score veers between brilliance and inconsistency, lacking cohesion.

Rent's legacy endures despite criticism of its portrayal of marginalized communities.

 Performances in Rent are passionate yet uneven, undermining the production.

Rent's impact reverberates through subsequent works, shaping musical theater.

Set in gritty 90s NYC, Rent's portrayal of urban life feels both raw and incomplete.

Rent's exploration of love and loss resonates, but its execution falls short.

Despite flaws, Rent's rebellious spirit still captivates audiences.

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