Fiddler on the Roof is here!

 

Tevye: David Kravitz. Photo by Ben Moore-Coll.

Tevye (David Kravitz)

Photo by Ben Moore-Coll

 

Photo by Janet Moore-Coll.

The Daughters

Photo by Janet Moore-Coll

 

 

Photo by Ben Moore-Coll.

Tevye (Kravitz) and

Fyedka (Peter Lake)

Photo by Ben Moore-Coll

 

Photo by Janet Moore-Coll.

Tevye (Kravitz) and

Lazar Wolf (Joe Duquette)

Photo by Janet Moore-Coll

 

Tevye: David Kravitz, Hodel: Julia Ebner. Photo by Janet Moore-Coll.

Hodel (Julia Ebner) and Tevye (Kravitz)

Photo by Janet Moore-Coll

 

Photo by Natalie Korvetz.

Tevye's Dream

Photo by Natalie Krovetz

 

Perchik: Clayton Brown, Hodel: Julia Ebner. Photo by Janet Moore-Coll.

Perchik (Clayton Brown) and

Hodel (Ebner)

Photo by Janet Moore-Coll

Photo by Ben Moore-Coll.

The Fiddler (William Hines)

Photo by Ben Moore-Coll

 

 

A sneak peek at Fiddler on the Roof

in rehearsal

 

Meet Maestro Mark Sforzini

 

Meet Tevye

 

 

The Daily Progress celebrates Fiddler's 50th anniversary!

“Fiddler on the Roof” is turning the big 5-0 this year, but its tradition of making audiences laugh, cry and sing along never seems to age.

 

More gold than gray can be detected in songs like “Sunrise, Sunset,” “Tradition,” “If I Were a Rich Man” and “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” — especially when they’re being sung by young voices. And although the Jerry Bock-Sheldon Harnick musical is based on Sholem Aleichem stories set in Anatevka, a Russian Jewish village, at the turn of the 20th century, any audience member who has been a parent or a child can relate to the everyday squabbles and delights the family faces. Click here to read more

Bock and Harnick’s

 

Fiddler on the Roof

 

Jul. 31, Aug. 2m, 3m, 6, & 8

Fiddler on the Roof has been a hit since it opened on Broadway in 1964 – winning nine Tony Awards, spawning four Broadway revivals, and inspiring a three-time Academy Award winning film adaptation in 1971.

 

Now in its 50th anniversary season, you and your family will want to sing along with one hit tune after another, including “Tradition,” “If I Were a Rich Man,” “Matchmaker, Matchmaker,” “To Life,” and “Do You Love Me.”

 

Set in Tsarist Russia, this timeless tale of the triumph of humor and love over hardship is an experience you will want to share with your entire family.

 

We are grateful for the generous support of

 

 

 

July 31 3 at 7:30 - $47, 57, 65

August 2 at 2 pm - $47, 57, 65

August 3 at 2 pm - $47, 57, 65

August 6 at 7:30 - $42, 52, 60 (mid-week discount)

August 8 at 7:30 - $47, 57, 65

 

For all performances: Youth $12, Students $16.50

 

Ticket holders are invited to attend a free lecture 45 minutes before every performance.

 

Click here to purchase tickets

 

To purchase tickets by phone, call the Paramount Box Office at 434.979.1333. The Paramount Theater Box Office is open weekdays from 10 am – 2pm.

Farewell SUSANNAH!

 

Stay tuned for the return of

 

Amahl and the Night Visitors on December 13, 2014!

 

We are grateful for the generous support of

 

 

BROWN AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

 

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