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La bohème was an Italian opera by Giacomo Puccini created during Earth's late 19th century. Characters included Mimi.

In 2256, Paul Stamets offered to accompany Hugh Culber to see La bohème at a Kasseelian opera house on a moon near Starbase 46. (DIS: "Into the Forest I Go")

Anthony Rapp and Wilson Cruz, who play Stamets and Culber, appeared in the musical Rent, which is based on La bohème.

Data sang the first three lines of Che gelida manina, an aria from La bohème for Jenna D'Sora. (TNG: "In Theory")

The Vulcans T'Penna and Soral once preformed La Bohème, with T'Penna playing Mimì and Soral playing Rodolfo.

The Doctor once tried singing the duet O, soave fanciulla from this opera with a holographic recreation of Giuseppina Pentangeli, a famed 22nd century opera diva. But the hologram of Pentangeli also duplicated her vanity and demanding temperament which made her near impossible to work with. The Doctor considered singing with Maria Callas next time instead. (VOY: "The Swarm")

According to the Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 1, p. 450), this opera was written in 1896.

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