Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock’s beloved Fiddler on the Roof is widely considered the last of Broadway’s “Golden Age” musicals. Before its premiere, some producers were concerned that it was "too Jewish" to attract mainstream audiences. However, the touching story and beautiful score proved to capture “the essential human longings for love, community, success, freedom, and family.” Join instructor James Sokol for a one-time exploration – filled with interesting facts, delightful tidbits & nostalgic video clips – of this perennial favorite! Come for the songs; stay for the fun!
Praise for our Exploring Broadway: Fabulous "Fiddler" class:
"As always you took us on an amazing journey, this time through a most treasured musical of all time...thank you for two hours of intense emotions..." -Jocy M.
"What a marvelous afternoon of Fiddler and I learned so much!" - Ann B.
"Thank you! Your presentation of Fiddler today was the best!! I feel so privileged to be able to "join in" to your remarkable programs/programming. It was so enjoyable and educational...the music, the "soundbites," and the "tidbits." - Elaine F.
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