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"Like no other musical before or since." — New York Times

Based on Sholem Aleichem stories by special permission of Arnold Perl
Book by Joseph Stein
Music by Jerry Bock
Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
Produced on the New York Stage by Harold Prince
Original New York Stage Production Directed and Choreographed by Jerome Robbins
Directed by Dennis Razze

JUNE 11 - JUNE 29 | MAIN STAGE

With nine Tony Awards and a historic, record-setting Broadway run, Fiddler on the Roof has been called "the greatest musical of all time." It has been performed the world over in nearly every language. Tevye, the indomitable milkman and father of five daughters, faces a rapidly changing world that challenges the traditions he cherishes and the faith that defines his life. Timeless songs – "If I Were a Rich Man," "Sabbath Prayer," and "Sunrise, Sunset" – underscore a universal story about family, love, and the struggle against oppression. Dennis Razze, associate artistic director who directed last season's acclaimed Oklahoma! will direct. Recommended for ages 6+


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Extras

  • Opening night, Friday, June 13. Join the PSF actors and staff for a friendly post-show champagne toast.
  • Meet the actors for an informal talk-back after the show Thursday, June 19 and 26.
  • Dinner with Dennis and Deb: specialty dinner themed to the play with behind-the-scenes insights Saturday, June 21, 5:30PM.

Show Information

Reviews

Lehigh Valley Press

"A rousing 'Fiddler.'"

"You have probably not seen a "Fiddler On The Roof" as fine as that of Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's."

"…Absolutely stunning on a number of levels, starting with the extraordinary performance of Joe Vincent in the lead role of Tevye."

"Vincent not only plays the role with immense humanity, his robust and versatile voice plumbs the depth of meaning in dialogue and song…. A tour de force for Vincent."

"'The Dream' scene is hilarious and incredible all at once"

"...Truly amazing. The bottles are not attached (I asked). There is no trickery. Just skill, emblematic of the entire PSF production."

"Don't miss PSF's stupendous production. PSF's "Fiddler" is triumphant."

Reading Eagle

"Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's 'Fiddler' has all the right tricks."

"Powerful."

"All three of the elder daughters - Jennifer Apple, Leah Scofield and Christine Baglivio - are miraculous. The Russian dancers, particularly Sean Bell and Ben Delony, provide spectacularly gymnastic moves."

Newsworks/WHYY

"Sweet and smart."

"Lustrous."

"Endearing and such fun."

"Superb."

"Joe Vincent is everything a Tevye should be."

The Morning Call

"Rich with energy, heart."

"Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival has hit the jackpot with Joe Vincent."

"Charming."

"Tour de force."

"Exuberant."

"A joy."

"Fabulous."

Cast

Tevye, the Dairyman:
Joe Vincent*

Golde, his wife:
Anne Kanengeiser*

Tzeitel:
Jennifer Apple

Shprintze:
Catherine Scheidel

Yente, the Matchmaker:
Patti Mariano*

Motel, the Tailor:
Hunter Ringsmith

Perchik, the Student:
Jonathan Raviv*

Lazar Wolf, the Butcher:
John Ahlin*

Mordcha, the Innkeeper:
Gordon Gray

Rabbi:
Robert Cohen

Mendel, his Son:
Leonardo Altafini

Avram, the Bookseller:
Jonathan Wallace

Nachum, the Beggar:
David A. Smith

Grandma Tzeitel:
Amanda Steckerl

Fruma-Sarah:
Valerie Berger

Constable:
Dave Scheffler

Fyedka:
Matt Kleckner

Shaindel, Motel's Mother:
Caitlin Dailey

The Fiddler:
Louis Jannuzzi III

Sasha:
Sean Bell*

Yakov:
Ben Delony*

Musician:
Andrew Barr

Musician:
Mark Marano

Musician:
David A. Smith

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Sean Bell*

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Cody Davis* (Dance captain)

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Ben Delony*

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Leonardo Altafini

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Brendan Doyle

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Dane McMichael

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Hal Miers

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Kevin Riddagh

Male Dancer/Ensemble:
Kyle Schumaker

Ensemble:
Valerie Berger

Ensemble:
Caitlin Dailey

Ensemble:
Audra Fryberger

Ensemble:
Maria Pfender

Ensemble:
Amanda Steckerl

Ensemble:
Andrew Barr

Ensemble:
Mark Marano

Ensemble:
David A. Smith

Yeshiva Boy:
Matt Enters

Yeshiva Boy:
Dane McMichael

Production

Book by Joseph Stein
Music by Jerry Bock
Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick

Director:
Dennis Razze

Musical Director/Conductor:
Nathan Diehl

Original Choreography Recreated by:
Stephen Casey

Scenic Designer:
Will Neuert

Lighting Designer:
Eric T. Haugen

Costume Designer:
Sam Fleming

Sound Designer:
Ian P. Carr

Fight Director:
J. Alex Cordaro

Production Stage Manager:
Kate L. Ferdinandi*

Producing Artistic Director:
Patrick Mulcahy

* Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Stage Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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