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“So, you know, lately, I’ve been hearing this sound. Everywhere I go, like a tick, tick, tick … Like a time bomb … The fuse has been lit. The clock counts down the seconds as the flame gets closer, and closer, and closer, until … all at once … [boom].”
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BYU student spreads awareness about her rare disorder

Marfan syndrome is a life-threatening condition that affects the body’s connective tissue and only a few BYU students suffer from it. You would never know that Allegra Sturdevant, a 21-year old public relations student was suffering from a genetic condition that affects many aspects of her life. “Marfan syndrome is...
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Andrew Garfield’s newest movie just hit Netflix

Andrew Garfield’s latest project Tick, Tick… Boom! has premiered on Netflix. The film also stars Alexandra Shipp, Robin de Jesús, Vanessa Hudgens, Joshua Henry, Judith Light, Jonathan Marc Sherman, Bradley Whitford, Joanna P. Adler, Noah Robbins, Ben Levi Ross, Beth Malone, Joel Grey, Richard Kind, Mj Rodriguez, Kate Rockwell, and Utkarsh Ambudkar.
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‘Rent’ creator’s friends reveal tragic, true tale of ‘Tick Tick … Boom!’

“Tick, Tick … Boom!” — an early musical by Jonathan Larson, who created “Rent” — was born of sadness, anger and frustration. In the late 1980s, Larson learned that Matt O’Grady, his best friend from childhood, had contracted HIV. Working in the theater, Larson knew several people who had AIDS. Now it was threatening someone he’d known most of his life.
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How did Jonathan Larson die? What was his cause of death? | Films | Entertainment

Larson was just 31-years-old when he produced his second show, Tick, Tick… Boom! The semi-autobiographical piece showcased the writer talking about his feelings of rejection after his first piece, Superbia, was denied creation. The show has now been adapted into a Netflix musical of the same name. Just a few years later, in 1993, Larson produced a musical update of La Boheme, titled Rent. On the day before Rent’s preview performance, Larson died.
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How did Jonathan Larson die? What was his cause of death?

Larson was just 31-years-old when he produced his second show, Tick, Tick… Boom! The semi-autobiographical piece showcased the writer talking about his feelings of rejection after his first piece, Superbia, was denied creation. The show has now been adapted into a Netflix musical of the same name. Just a few years later, in 1993, Larson produced a musical update of La Boheme, titled Rent. On the day before Rent’s preview performance, Larson died.
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