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Fiddler on the Roof   

New York State Theatre, (7/09/1981 - 8/23/1981)
First Preview: Total Previews: 3
Opening Date: Jul 09, 1981    
Closing Date: Aug 23, 1981 Total Performances: 53

Category: Musical, Comedy, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Anatevka, a small village in Russia. 1905, on the eve of the Russian Revolution.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
Produced by Eugene V. Wolsk and James M. Nederlander; Associate Producer: Stella Saltonstall and Cheryl Raab
Originally produced by Harold S. Prince
Book by Joseph Stein; Music by Jerry Bock; Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick; Based on stories by Sholom Aleichem; Musical Director: Richard Vitzhum; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Vocal arrangements by Milton Greene; Dance arrangements by Betty Walberg
Directed by Jerome Robbins; Choreographed by Jerome Robbins; Associate Director: Ruth Mitchell; Choreography reproduced by Tom Abbott
Scenic Design by Boris Aronson; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Hair Design by Patrik D. Moreton
General Manager: Charles A. Eisler
Production Stage Manager: Ed Preston; Stage Manager: Sally Hassenfelt
Sholom Aleichem's stories used by special permission of Arnold Perl; Musical Supervisor: Kevin Farrell; Musical Coordinator: Marty Grupp
Assistant to Mr. Robbins & Ms. Mitchell: Stephen Helper
National Public Relations Director: Alpert / LeVine; Press Associate: Mark Goldstaub; Casting: Mary Jo Slater; Dance Captain: Vito Durante; Advertising: SHOBIZADS; Photographer: Roger Greenawalt; Additional casting by Cheryl Raab
Cast
Herschel Bernardi
Tevye
the Dairyman
Maria Karnilova
Golde
Eydie Alyson
Bielke
Tevye's daughter
Fyvush Finkel
Mordcha
the Inkeeper
Jay Fox
The Fiddler
Paul E. Hart
Constable
Lori Ada Jaroslow
Tzeitel
Tevye's daughter
Ruth Jaroslow
Yente
the Matchmaker
Liz Larsen
Chava
Tevye's daughter
Ken Le Roy
Mendel
the Rabbi's son
Paul Lipson
Lazar Wolf
the Butcher
Alvin Myerovich
Rabbi
Donalyn Petrucci
Hodel
Tevye's daughter
Tog Richards
Avram
The Bookseller
Joel Robertson
Fyedka
A Russian
Susan Sheppard
Shprintze
Tevye's daughter
Grandma Tzeitel
Michelan Sisti
Motel
the Tailor
Ralph Vucci
Nachum
the Beggar
James Werner
Perchik
the Student
Bradford Dunaway
Fruma-Sarah
Sasha
A Russian
Ensemble
Jimmy Ferraro
Ensemble
Michael Fogarty
Ensemble
Margo F. Gruber
Ensemble
Michael Lane
Ensemble
Mark Manley
Ensemble
Elaine Manzel
Ensemble
Joyce Martin
Fruma-Sarah
Ensemble
Bess Meisler
Shandel
Motel's mother
Ensemble
Robert Parola
Ensemble
Thomas Scalise
Ensemble
Charles Spoerri
Ensemble
Marsha Tamaroff
Ensemble
Susan Tilson
Ensemble
Tim Tobin
Ensemble
Stephen Wright
Yussel
the Hatmaker
Ensemble
Robert Yacko
Ensemble
Swings: Frank Colardo and Debra Timmons
Standby: Paul Lipson (Tevye)
Understudies: Eydie Alyson (Grandma Tzeitel, Shprintze), Jimmy Ferraro (Nachum, Rabbi), Fyvush Finkel (Lazar Wolf), Margo F. Gruber (Fruma-Sarah), Mark Manley (Mendel), Bess Meisler (Golde, Yente), Robert Parola (The Fiddler), Tog Richards (Mordcha), Charles Spoerri (Constable), Susan Tilson (Hodel), Debra Timmons (Bielke, Chava, Tzeitel), Timothy Tobin (Fyedka), Ralph Vucci (Avram), Stephen Wright (Motel) and Robert Yacko (Fyedka, Perchik)
Tony Award®
1982 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Herschel Bernardi
music by Jerry Bock; lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
ACT 1 Sung By
Tradition Full Company
Matchmaker, Matchmaker Chava, Hodel and Tzeitel
If I Were a Rich Man Tevye
Sabbath Prayer Family and Villagers
To Life Lazar Wolf, Tevye and Village Men
Miracle of Miracles Motel
The Tailor, Motel Kamzoil Tevye, Golde, Grandma Tzeitel, Fyedka and The Villagers
Sunrise, Sunset Family and Villagers
Wedding Dance The Villagers
ACT 2 Sung By
Now I Have Everything Hodel and Perchik
Do You Love Me? Golde and Tevye
I Just Heard Yente and The Villagers
Far From the Home I Love Hodel
Anatevka Tevye, Golde, Yente, Lazar Wolf, Mendel and Avram
Epilogue The Entire Company