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Fiddler on the Roof
Tue, 13. Feb 2024, 19:00

In the shtetl of Anatevka, somewhere in eastern Europe, life is strictly defined by Jewish tradition. Tevye the milkman struggles with this. And with his God. And with his three oldest daughters and their stubborn ideas about love. Until one day, when the entire community is forced to flee the pogroms ...The book for Fiddler on the Roof was written by Joseph Stein, based on the famous Yiddish tales penned by Sholem Aleichem from 1894 to 1916. Fiddler on the Roof depicts both humour and human suffering caught somewhere between catastrophe and indomitable vitality, in one of the twentieth century’s most life-affirming tragicomedies about love, life, and marriage. After Barrie Kosky’s production premiered at Komische Oper Berlin, The New York Times wrote that ‘this is quite possibly the most convincing—and least embarrassingly cliché-ridden— Fiddler imaginable.’

Jerry BockMusical based on the tales of Sholem Aleichem [1964]With the express permission of Arnold PerlBook by Joseph SteinMusic by Jerry BockLyrics by Sheldon HarnickGerman text by Rolf Merz and Gerhard HagenProduced for the stage in New York by Harold PrinceOriginal stage production and choreography in New York by Jerome Robbins

12 - 74 €