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Fiddler on the Roof
By Douglas E. The original production of Fiddler occurred under the watchful eye of famed choreographer and director Jerome Robbins in New York during the s. The plot draws out themes of change and progress. Set in Anatevka, a Russian village, on the eve of the revolution, the show places the overall change of Russia in balance with the change of "tradition" within individual towns and families.
Conflict erupts in Anatevka when the first daughter of Tevye, a milkman, decides that she'd rather marry Motel, a tailer, than Lazar Wolf, a butcher who was selected by Yente, the town's matchmaker. Tevye is forced to place his view of tradition in balance with his daughter's well being, and the predictable outcome ensues.
In one scene, as men and women dance together for the first time the horror! The second act is paced much faster, with two more very quick marriages and the encroachment of the Russian government on the daily lives of the Jews.
It's in this act that the play seems to become rushed, even though it times in at two and a half hours. What is missing from MTG's production of Fiddler is its grasp of the larger scale of events. The conflict between the Jews and Russians is forced and unemotional; unfortunate, since a little more development in this area by director Seth Bisen-Hersh '01, who decided to emphasize the play's humor, could have made the performance much more meaningful.
The casting is very good for most parts. Jake Yara '93 Tevya provides the strongest performance of the night; it is worth seeing the production merely to see his extraordinary grasp of the role. Breaking frequently into pensive soliloquies where he questions the traditions of his native Anatevka, Yara pulls the show along, providing the most emotional performance.
Unfortunately, some of the most important parts are rather unemotional. Daniel Bedard '02 Perchik reads his lines strongly, but at times that's all he's doing, and on emotion alone he would fail to win the townspeople over in real life. Some of the dancing is very strong; some is very overdone and almost too dramatic.
Of particular note, however, is the dancing by Daniel P. Gonzalez '02, Santiago Rivas '99, and Jeremy Zucker, who all do an excellent job at portraying the differences between the Jews and the Russians in dance. Perhaps the most depressing performance is by the Fiddler Erica Peterson '02 , whose actions are more symbolic than anything. The role is a hard one to play, since it has no speaking lines, but is emotionally supposed to show the state of the town. It's even harder when the height limitations in Sala force the "roof" to be only about three feet up over the main state.
While the Fiddler performed excellently on her solos, at other times she attempted to fake playing with the orchestra. This failed miserably. The technical aspects of the play were excellent. Lighting, designed by Chris Lyon '02, was particularly strong in highlighting Tevya's soliloquies. Costuming, by Anna M. Galea G, effectively noted the time period and the differences between the Jews and the Russians, perhaps overstating it in a few cases. The set, designed by Elissa Schwartzfarb '02, was simple yet complex, and readily rearranged itself to suit the show's needs, but allowed backstage sound to leak in.
And the cast could actually be heard over the orchestra, conducted by Jason W. Krug, a rarity for recent shows in Sala. MTG's performance is definitely worth seeing; overall it's a pretty strong performance of the musical. While some parts could use a bit more tuning up, overall the performance moves along and highlights some very talented actors and actresses. Boston Weather: PDF of This Issue. Only Vol. PDF: VN
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By Douglas E. The original production of Fiddler occurred under the watchful eye of famed choreographer and director Jerome Robbins in New York during the s. The plot draws out themes of change and progress. Set in Anatevka, a Russian village, on the eve of the revolution, the show places the overall change of Russia in balance with the change of "tradition" within individual towns and families. Conflict erupts in Anatevka when the first daughter of Tevye, a milkman, decides that she'd rather marry Motel, a tailer, than Lazar Wolf, a butcher who was selected by Yente, the town's matchmaker. Tevye is forced to place his view of tradition in balance with his daughter's well being, and the predictable outcome ensues. In one scene, as men and women dance together for the first time the horror!
Fiddler on the Roof
Tackles the universal theme of tradition in ways that reach. Avram tevye you forgot my order for the sabbath. Young performers will love its humor warmth and honesty.
It was one of the last big successes in an era of great musicals on Broadway. Following its debut on September 22, , at the Imperial Theatre, Fiddler ran for performances, achieving the longest run for a musical up to that time. Fiddler is based on short stories written by Sholom Aleichem , a Jewish writer who wrote primarily in Yiddish. Many critics agreed. Stein would remember these stories when he was called upon to develop the musical that became Fiddler on the Roof.
Theater Review: Fiddler on the Roof
The story centers on Tevye , a milkman in the village of Anatevka, who attempts to maintain his Jewish religious and cultural traditions as outside influences encroach upon his family's lives. He must cope with the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters who wish to marry for love; their choices of husbands are successively less palatable for Tevye. An edict of the Tsar eventually evicts the Jews from their village. The original Broadway production of the show, which opened in , had the first musical theatre run in history to surpass 3, performances. Fiddler held the record for the longest-running Broadway musical for almost 10 years until Grease surpassed its run.
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