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Fiddler On the Roof




Fiddler On the Roof


Book by Joseph Stein
Music by Jerry Bock
Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
Directed by Al Edick
September 7-16, 2007
Dunham Auditorium, Brevard College

Cast

Tevye.......................... Bob Stacy
Golde ................... ......Cheryl Walkup
Tzeitel ................... .....Brittany Toups
Hodel ......................... Brittany Curtis
Chava ........................ Hally Haynes
Shprintze ................... .Jennifer Moser
Bielke ......................... Ellie Rudd
Lazar Wolf ...................James Dawsey
Motel ......................... Dwight Chiles
Perchik ...................... .Ray Huth
Fyedka ........................David Lobdell
Grandma Tzeitel ...........Merylee Band
Fruma-Sarah ................Sarah Moser
Yente .......................... Sandie Kay
Rabbi .......................... Max Bernson
Mordcha ..................... Mark Thompson
Avram ........................ Pete Kuehne
Mendel ....................... Andy Thompson
The Fiddler ................. .Sophia Robbins

Village People & Chorus: Abby Arnold, Sonia Arnold, Renee Braun, Benjamin Brewer, Lynn Brewer, Molly Brewer, Terry Brewer, Penny Coleman-Crandall, Jeanne Denon, Scott Elliot, Kathleen Elliot, Brian Hatter, Katie Hatter, Katie Honer, Doug Huth, , Abby McKee, Jennifer Monterisi, August Nye, Gary Nye, Tamara Nye, Lindsey Pangle, Hannah Shealy, Luke Shealy, Ed Shields, Emily Shields, Oliver Shields, Ann Strother, Sandi Thompson, Julia Van Horn, Jack Van Horn, S. Michael Wilson, Amparo Wright

The Wedding Dancers: Kristen Pangle & Lee Starr

The Orchestra: Patti Black (Conductor & Keyboard), David Fox (Percussion), Joel Helfand (Clarinet & Flute), Diana Zerby (Violin), Jerry Zink (Trombone)


Synopsis

Attempting to live a normal life filled with Jewish traditions in early Twentieth Century Russia, Tevye, a dairyman, is searching for appropriate husbands for his three eldest daughters -- Tzeital, Hodel and Chava. In a break of tradition, his daughters refuse to accept the wishes of the matchmaker, Yente, and their father. Instead, they marry men that they love. Meanwhile, Russians are instigating terrible pogroms against the Jewish people in Russia. In the end, the Jews of Anatevka are forced to leave their homes and Tevye is determined to start a better life in a new land.