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Why See Fiddler on the Roof?

An Authentic Yiddish Revival Of Fiddler On The Roof

Beloved musical theatre classic Fiddler On The Roof smashed records when its first 1964 run on Broadway surpassed over 3000 performances, garnering a total of nine Tony Awards for its humour, warmth, honesty and celebration of the proud Jewish tradition. Now the Jerome Robbins and Harold Prince penned hit enjoys an all new Yiddish language staging of the iconic musical thanks to the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and a creative team including Oscar and Tony Award-winning director Joel Grey.

A chance to witness an authentic rendition of the rousing tale of Tevye and his daughters, the North American premiere of The Fiddler In Yiddish chronicles the struggles of the poor Jewish milkman in the rapidly changing world of the early 1900s, against the backdrop of the pogroms and forced expulsions of Jewish shtetls in Russia. Three of his five headstrong daughters are determined to marry for love, but Tevye is as equally determined to make them stable matches that align with their traditions, aware that the balance of their lives is as precarious as a fiddler perched on a roof.

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Opening night: 17 July 2018

Cast and Creative


Steven Skybell as Tevye
Jackie Hoffman as Yente 
Jennifer Babiak as Golde
Cameron Johnson as Fyedka
Ben Liebert as Motel Kamzoil 
Stephanie Lynee Mason as Hodel 
Rosie Jo Neddy as Chava
Maya Jacobson as Bielke 
Raquel Nobile as Shprintze 
Bruce Sabath as Lazar-Wolf 
Drew Seigla as Perchik 
Rachel Zatcoff as Tzeitel 

Cast also includes
Joanne Borts, Doug Chitel, Michael Einav, Lisa Fishman, Lydia Gladstone, Jessica Rose Futran, Kirk Geritano, John Giesige, Josh Kohane, Abby Goldfarb, Moshe Lobel, Jonathan Quigley, Nick Raynor, Grant Richards, Adam B. Shapiro, Jody Snyder, James Monroe Stevko, Lauren Jeanne Thomas, and Bobby Underwood. 


Directed by Joel Grey
Musical staging and choreography by Stas Kmiec 
Scenic design by Beowulf Boritt
Costume design by Ann Hould-Ward
Lighting design by Peter Kaczorowski
Sound design by Dan Moses Schrier
Hair and wig design by Tom Watson 
Musical directon by NYTF artistic director Zalmen Mlotek 
Casting by Jamibeth Margolis

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