Fiddler on the Roof– an amazing show

Fiddler on the Roof was all that it promised to be. This classic piece of theater was a pleasure to watch and was thoroughly enjoyed. The music of Jerry Bock’s and Sheldon Harnick’s lyrics, along with Joseph Stein’s book (based on “Tevye and his Daughters” by Sholem Aleichem) are joined together to create one of the most enduring and well known works of theater to date.

The leading character, milkman Tevye, struggles with himself, talks to God, and tries to deal with the changes in the world around him. A kind-hearted man, he wants to do well by those around him and be an honest person. Living in the Russian village of Anatevka with his wife and five daughters, Tevye (please read the rest of my article below)
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Godspell- Live on Broadway

There is nothing quite like a modern day Socrates checking their status and quoting great works of days of old- an amazing way to start the classic show with a cult following, “Godspell”. When the first notes of “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord” were sung- the audience was ready to dance along as well. I don’t think one can have a pulse and one want to dance when Godspell is preformed in front of you
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Fiddler on the Roof- Live at the State Theater!

Tomorrow we will be at the show, and are excited to tell you all about it.

Fiddler on the Roof is slated to show at the State Theater in New Brunswick February 17-18. Fiddler on the Roof has been entertaining audiences from the youngest ticket holders upwards for generations. Few shows have captivated audiences like Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s Fiddler on the Roof. Even modern pop culture shows such at “The Wonder Pets” have referenced this Broadway standard, exposing even the youngest of children.
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