The cast is lead by Paul Michael Glasser who plays Tevye, a poor milkman who lives with is wife and five daughters. Indeed, Glasser is no stranger to this show, having played revolutionary student, Perchik in the 1971 film. The show takes place in the small village of Anatevka in 1905 Tzarist Russia and provides insight to the small Jewish community who live there. Tevye, like most of the community lives his life by tradition and each member of the family knows their place. Tevye's three oldest daughters Tzeitel (Emily O'Keefe), Hodel (Liz Singelton) and Chava, (Claire Petzal) decide to break tradition and marry for love. Tevye must decide between his traditions and his daughters' happiness. Worst of all, he must decide how to tell his wife!
It was truly an incredible wholehearted performance from the entire cast. A candid performance which brought with it an array of emotions.
Mazal Tov, Mazal Tov to the whole cast and crew on such a flawless performance!
Cast: Tevye - Paul Michael Glasser Yente/Fruma Sarah - Sussannah Van Den Berg
Golde - Karen Mann Mordecai (Inkeeper/Constable) - Eamonn O'Dwyer
Tzeitel - Emily O' Keefe Rabbi - Neil Salvage
Hodel - Liz Singleton Mendel (Rabbi's son) - Michael Paver
Chava - Claire Petzal Avram (bookseller) - Tarek Merchant
Motel - Jon Trenchard Sasha - Jeff Smyth
Perchik - Steven Bor Grandma Tzeitel - Lilly Howard
Lazar Wolf - Paul Kissaun
Fyedka - Daniel Bolton
The Fiddler - Jennifer Douglas
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