Most of these artists and musicians spent most of their time living in Lower East Side of New York City during the period of Bohemian Alphabet City. All this things were happening under the looming shadow of AIDS. This paper provides a review of musical rental, including an argument about its relevancy to the contemporary world. The musical rent describes the life of young adults who chose to live in Bohemian lifestyle. This appealing song has been performed under a series of stage designers, performers and directors (Larson & Ed 56). Despite of the numerous productions under different directors, the play has been appealing to the audience for a very long time. This play addresses several types of social issues such as sexual problems, alcohol and drugs among the young adults. The theme of the play is not presented in the form of a fiction but it is realistic, and the characters discuss the social issues in the play. Most of the young adults in the play have adapted the Bohemian lifestyle, but they still thrive in poverty (Larson & Ed 56). Most audiences’ hearts are touched by the struggle and love stories of different young couples in the play. The School of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, this year performed this play, and it was an remarkable job. The director of the play might have considered several factors about how the play will be performed.