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Sing-Along Fiddler on the Roof


JOIN US DECEMBER 24th for an alternative Christmas Eve. That's right - It's time for our 6th Annual, anything-goes Fiddler On the Roof Sing-a-Long!

Belt out your holiday spirit … or your holiday frustrations. Either way, you'll feel better as you croon along to all-time favorites like “TRADITION”, “IF I WERE A RICH MAN”, “TO LIFE”, “SUNRISE SUNSET”, “DO YOU LOVE ME?” and “ANATEVKA”, among many others.

The evening includes trivia, prizes, and by all means -- we encourage you to come in costume! Guaranteed fun for all. Children are welcome (Fiddler is rated "G") though some themes may be challenging for young children.

Prices this year start at $18 for General Admission with discounts for students and seniors ($15), and Premiere Card holders ($12 /$10). Typically, Fiddler sells out … so don't miss the buggy!

ABOUT THE FILM:

Originally based on Sholem Aleichem’s short story “Tevye and His Daughters,” Norman Jewison's adaptation of the long-running Broadway musical is set in a Russian village at the beginning of the twentieth century. Israeli actor Topol repeats his legendary London stage performance as Tevye the milkman, whose equilibrium is constantly being challenged by his poverty, the prejudice of non-Jews, and the romantic entanglements of his five daughters.

Jewison's adaptation of the long-running Broadway musical is set in the Ukranian ghetto village of Anatevka (the film was actually lensed in Yugoslavia). Israeli actor Topol repeats his London stage role as Tevye the milkman, whose equilibrium is constantly being challenged by his poverty, the prejudicial attitudes of non-Jews, and the romantic entanglements of his five daughters.


Whenever the weight of the world becomes too much for him, Tevye carries on lengthy conversations with God, who does not answer but is at least more willing to listen than the milkman's remonstrative wife Golde. After arranging a marriage between his oldest daughter Tzeitel and wealthy butcher Lazar Wolf, Tevye is forced to do some quick rearranging when the girl falls in love with poor tailor Motel Kamzoil. Fancying himself more broad-minded than his gentile oppressors, Tevye cannot accept the notion that his other daughter Chava would want to marry Fyedka, a non-Jew. And after shouting the praises of "tradition," Tevye must change his tune-and his entire life-when he and his neighbors are forced out of Anatevka by the Czar's minions. Topol's co-stars include Norma Crane as Golde, Yiddish theater legend Molly Picon as Yente the matchmaker, and Leonard Frey as Motel.

~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Played at

Royal, 12.24.13 - 12.24.13
Music Hall 3, 12.24.13 - 12.24.13
Playhouse 7, 12.24.13 - 12.24.13
Town Center 5, 12.24.13 - 12.24.13
Claremont 5, 12.24.13 - 12.24.13
NoHo 7, 12.24.13 - 12.24.13
Rated G
Runtime: 179 min
Language: English

Director: Norman Jewison
Cast: Leonard Frey, Molly Picon, Norma Crane, Topol