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Director Bartlett Sher’s critically acclaimed revival of the 1964 Broadway classic “Fiddler on the Roof” brings the tale of Tevye, a poor Jewish dairyman living in Tsarist Russia, and his family to Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. Tevye (Yehezkel Lazarov) is a peasant who tries to marry off his five daughters to prospective husbands in hopes that…

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On Friday, November 12, I saw “Fiddler on the Roof” at the Fox Theatre, a story about traditionalism versus change. It was originally a Broadway musical, one many people would consider iconic because of its multiple awards and phenomenal reviews. In the beginning of the story, the most pressing problem of change was marriage, with…

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The classic Tony-winning Broadway musical “Fiddler on the Roof,” with music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and based on a book by author Joseph Stein follows dairyman Tevye in his struggles to balance tradition with modernity, along with his journey to find his five daughters suitable husbands. The production, which has been a…

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Based on Roald Dahl’s novel, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” is a psychedelic visual spectacle that is sure to please all age groups. With its cotton candy palette, trippy set pieces, and mature tone, the Broadway musical is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. At least, up until the second act. Adapted by David Greig,…

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