For the end of December, the repertoire of the Croatian National Theater in Zagreb includes a rebuilt performance of the famous Puccini's opera La Bohème, according to director Arnaud Bernard's scenery. The rebuilt opera La Bohème was performed by 28., And it will still be aroused by 30. December at 19,30 hours.

La Boheme was premiered in December 2009 .; after nearly five years of outbreak, the stormy story of the love of the fragile and weird poet returns to our stage. La Boheme's performances are overshadowed by the Croatian premiere of the opera Frédéric Verrières Mimi directed by Guillaume Vincent, a free adaptation of Puccini's opera. Namely, Mimi returns to the repertoire of HNK in a new performance setting - since January 2016. Mimi will perform Croatian singers for the first time in Zagreb.


Puccini's fourth opera La Bohème is one of the most popular Italian opera. Each of her performances after her premiere in Italy, and then throughout the world, had an exceptional reception of criticism and audience. Opera's melodies and the earthquake story sketched out of immediate life deserved the epithet of one of the most popular and most famous opera in general. Libreto was created according to the novel Scenes from the Life of Bohemian Henri Murger, depicting the student and art world of the Paris Latin Quarter.

Conductor is Nikša Bareza, director and scenographer Arnaud Bernard, and this season's performances include Stjepan Franetović, Renzo Zulian, Siniša Hapač, Krzysztof Szumanski, Luciano Batinić, Dalibor Hanzalek, Berislav Puškarić, Matija Meić, Davor Radić, Tamara Franetović Felbinger, Martina Zadra, Marija Kuhar Šoša, Ivana Lazar, Tanja Ruždjak, Mia Domaćina, Kristina Anđelka Đopar, Ivica Trubić, Ozren Bilušić, Robert Palić, Tvrtko Stipić, Ivan Šatalić, Antonio Brajković, Kristijan Beluhan, Neven Mrzlečki and others.