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Fiddler on the Roof tickets have been amazingly popular since the original Broadway premiere in 1964, for which it won 9 Tony Awards including Best Musical. It was the first show ever to run for more than 3,000 performances on Broadway and it has since spawned several international productions and an Academy Award-nominated 1971 film adaptation. It is a timeless story with ever-relevant themes, most notably the replacement and evolution of tradition. Its compelling characters and poignant treatment of social issues make it an essential theater experience. Originally directed and choreographed by Broadway's legendary Jerome Robbins, Fiddler's infectious, traditional dancing is both refined and exciting. With a perfect blend of riveting dramatic scenes, impressive spectacle, and a touch of humor, it is no wonder that this show is continually produced all over the world. Check out the Fiddler on the Roof schedule and get your tickets today; this is one tradition you won't want to miss.

Review "Fiddler on the Roof is a must-see for Broadway fanatics because it is such an influential part of musical theatre history..." Read the full review >> Plot Synopsis:

At the turn of the twentieth century in the Russian village of Anatevka, Tevye, a poor, Jewish milkman, lives with his wife and five daughters. The villagers have reverence for the traditions of their ancestors and live their lives in the old way, but change is slowly penetrating the community. Yente, the village matchmaker, brings news that the wealthy butcher, Lazar Wolf, wants to marry Tevye's oldest daughter, Tzeitel. But Tzeitel wants to marry her childhood friend, Motel the tailor. After Tevye promises Tzeitel to Lazar Wolf, he eventually relents to the breaking of tradition and allows her to marry Motel, much to Lazar Wolf's chagrin. Meanwhile, a brash, young radical named Perchik arrives and is given shelter in Tevye's home in return for tutoring his youngest daughters. When he falls in love with Tevye's second daughter, Hodel, Tevye once again resists but eventually caves in, allowing the marriage even though it is traditional for a matchmaker to arrange unions. When Tevye's third daughter, Chava, falls in love with a Russian non-Jew, Tevye puts his foot down and refuses to bless the marriage, disowning his daughter when she elopes. While domestic traditions seem to be replaced by modern ways, the residents of Anatevka also endure anti-Jewish violence which threatens their safety and ability to remain in their hometown. Get your Fiddler on the Roof tickets today to see the entire gripping story.

Run Time: 2 hours and 50 minutes with a 15-minute intermission Advisory: Suitable for all ages (minor violence and depictions of ghosts) Awards: 1965 Tony Awards: 10 nominations, 9 wins 1972 Special Tony Award for becoming the longest-running Broadway musical 1981 Tony Awards: 1 nomination 1991 Tony Awards: 2 nominations, 1 win 2004 Tony Awards: 6 nominations 2004 Drama Desk Awards: 3 nominations 2008 Olivier Awards: 2 nominations Creative Team: Music Jerry Bock Lyrics Sheldon Harnick Book Joseph Stein Based on writing by Sholem Aleichem Original Broadway Director and Choreographer Jerome Robbins Fiddler on the Roof News: May 6, 2011 Fiddler on the Roof will be touring from 2011 into 2012! Grab your Fiddler on the Roof tour tickets now!
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